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"Inspiring the hope of our future"

Welcome

I am delighted to welcome you to St Cuthbert’s Church of England Infant School website. We are a happy, kind and caring school that insists on putting children at the heart of all we do. Our children, as are children the world over, beautiful, intelligent, funny, creative, thoughtful, intuitive and truly amazing. We cherish their differences and want for them to find their element to be truly happy and excel. read more 
Mrs Naomi Philp

Notice Board

Moving Up Day For New Reception Children Starting September 2017: On the 4th July there will be a change in our arrangements for our moving up day. All new reception children are now invited to attend for the whole morning between 9:30 - 11:45.

Moving Up Day For Year Two Children: Please bring your children to Infant school as normal on July 4th and we will take them across to the Junior school. 

Family Fun Quiz Friday 14th July: Friends of School are hosting a Family Quiz Night at The Square Soft Play Centre. Door open 5pm and the quiz starts 5:30pm. £5 per adult and free entry to soft play for children. Maximum of 6 adults to a team. Tickets must be purchased in advance from the school office by Friday 30th June.

Sun Cream and Sun Hats: You are welcome to send sun cream into school for your children, but unfortunately we are unable to apply it for them. We recommend you apply sun cream before school and we then encourage them to put some on themselves just before lunch. Please ensure sun hats and sun cream are clearly named.

Music/Instrumental Lessons:At St Cuthbert's Infants School. These are available to book with Mr Gill at lessons@allangill.co.uk


News

By Zoe Adams 12 Jun, 2017
We had a really lovely treat on Wednesday: Falconry Workshops. Many children got to fly owls, falcons and a kestrel around our school hall while others had the owls fly just over their heads or run along after them. Learning should be amazing and this was magical, starting our terms theme of World wildlife with real excitement
By Zoe Adams 09 May, 2017

 Our site is still looking so lovely after Fridays make over, it felt like a ‘home improvement episode! Plus, we have had more help again this week finishing off bits, which is brilliant! Sue Frary definitely worked really hard to finish making our EYFS area safe and stick free! It was a pleasure to walk around the site with our Chair of Governors, Christine Raphael, to show her all that had been achieved.  Our year 2’s are busy writing letters of thanks to be sent out to all those who helped and donated. Please spend your money with those friendly businesses.

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