Jesus said, ‘I am the Good Shepherd… I know my sheep and my sheep know me.’ John 10.14

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Wear it Wild Day details

On Monday 27th March we will be holding our Wear It Wild day. For a suggested minimum £2.00 donation, children may come to school dressed as an animal. They needn’t go wild (excuse the pun) and buy a fancy animal costume, they could just wear animal accessories with their own clothes if they wish to. …

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The children choose a charity

Today Dr Foster met the house captains and vice-captains to discuss our charity fund-raising for this term. At the beginning of term the children had chosen WWF as their spring charity, and today they decided that the best way to raise money to support WWF would be to hold a special day towards the end …

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World Book Day 2023

This year we will be celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March 2023. As usual, we have lots of exciting things planned for the day which we hope will encourage our children’s love of books and reading! We will be asking children to dress up as their favourite book characters this year. They will …

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FOBS Spring Raffle fundraiser!

FOBS are organising a fantastic Spring Raffle to raise funds for the school. Money raised will help maintain and upgrade playground equipment and support projects in each class. We’ll have information about tickets next half term, but right now we could really do with your help if you, or your business, can donate a prize: …

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The Bayford Bugle February 2023

The latest issue of the Bayford Bugle, our termly school newsletter, has now been released. It’s sent by email to parents, but anyone is welcome to download it here. Topics in the latest edition include:

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Winter health update

As children return to schools and childcare settings, we expect to see many more cases of flu, COVID-19 and other infections that affect children’s breathing (known as ‘respiratory infections’). There also continue to be high numbers of scarlet fever cases, which can spread quickly, but can be easily treated with antibiotics. Geraldine Bruce, Head of …

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