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

Image showing the date of World Book Day 2023

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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Photograph of the new books for Bayford School library

New reading books

Miss Brazier recently attended a conference on ensuring Diverse Representation Across the Primary English Curriculum. It’s a real priority for us at Bayford to make sure that no one is left out or marginalised in any way, and also to make sure that we prepare our children for life in today’s world by helping them …

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Portrait photograph of author Karen McCombie with covers of some of her children's books

Author Karen McCombie to visit

Karen McCombie, children’s author, will be visiting us in school on Tuesday 26th April. Karen will talk to the children about how she became an author, the books she has written, and where she finds inspiration for her work. There will also be workshops during the day for Class 2 and Class 3. Karen has …

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Graphic art illustrating the magic of reading

Reading Event for Parents

Find out how to support your child’s reading! An evening with Michelle Nicholson from Herts for Learning Save the date: Wednesday 4th May, 5:30 to 7:30 pm Reading is one of the most important things our children will ever learn to do: it helps them to discover the world, take a full part in adult …

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Graphic illustration for World Book Day

World Book Day 2022

World Book Day takes place on Thursday 3rd March and we hope you’ll join us as we come together to encourage every child in our school to be a reader and love books. To celebrate World Book Day, we will have plenty of fun activities taking place throughout the day including: Inviting children to bring …

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