On Tuesday, with the weather on our side (just) we were able to go ahead with our ‘Big School Clean...
Eliza (6G) and Hugo (4R) ran the Surrey Half Marathon Kids 2km run. Eliza came first of 299 girls and...
Year 3 were challenged with creating their own ‘Snakes and Ladders’ board game with a focus on times tables. We...
Congratulations to Jacob (R) and George (R) for achieving their Micro Duke Awards, and to Poppy (2R) for achieving her...
Many thanks to all those who came BACK TO SCHOOL for the 2023 Quiz Night. Mr and Mrs Perkins transformed...
Congratulations, Joel (8G), for completing the ‘Number Up’ challenge. All children are tasked to complete increasingly difficult levels of maths...
On Wednesday 15th March, our U11A team won the PGS Tournament beating 10 teams. Well done to Xanthe (6R), Sophie...
“If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe, then man would have only four years of life left....
Just like our bodies learn how to recognise a pathogen that has invaded our body, last week the boys in...
Congratulations to the following children who have been awarded their pen licences this week: Jessica (3R), Reuben (3R) and George...
Many congratulations to the following Year 8 children who have been awarded Green Commendations: Gabriel, Harry, Josh, Huw, Alex, and...
As part of our habitats topic, Year 4 headed on a trip to Pulborough Nature Reserve, an RSPB Wetlands Centre....
Year 1 has had such an exciting week. There have been so many amazing activities for the children to enjoy...
Well done to Josh (5G), who not only received his silver 5 but has also completed his Gold Junior Duke,...
Congratulations to our MTech winners, Felix (5R) and James (5G).
Honeysuckle (3R), Hannah (3R)
Thomas (4G), James (4G), Sami (4G)
Jasper (5R), Delilah (5G), Edward (5G), Josh (5G), George (5G)
Arthur (6G), Fletcher (6G), Josh 6G)
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26 May 2023: Year 4 and Year 7
Thank you, you raised £289.00 on this drizzly morning!
Class Reps 2022-23
Nursery: Elizabeth Freeman, Caroline Brett-Field
Kindy: Sarah Dickinson
Reception: Alex Jenkin, Charlotte Reynolds
Year 1: Rebecca Reed, Alex Muir Wood,
Year 2: Beth Atakan, Maddy Chenery
Year 3: Julianne French, Laura Steele
Year 4: Simone Green, Gabrielle Shaw
Year 5: Rosemary Cresswell, Emmah Klein
Year 6: Jenny Dunlop, Becky Foxall
Year 7: Anthony & Lisa Tugwell, Lucy Barbour
Year 8: Liz Hughes, Marja van Ravenstein
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Please note that lost property will be out on the Lower for parents to look through from Wednesday afternoon.
Swim School over Easter
Sally Crathern who teaches swimming to Pre-Prep, operates a swim school from King Edward’s Witley where she will be running a four day intensive swimming course from April 3rd to 6th. This is for half an hour each morning, any time between 9.00 am and 11.00 am. This course is perfect for any children over the age of 4, from nervous non swimmers to strong club standard. The cost is £44 per child for the four days or £66 for the stronger swimmer doing a 45 minute class. Group sizes are small with teachers in the water with young/weak swimmers. The aim in to improve water confidence, learn new skills and improve on stroke technique. All teachers are DBS checked and have up to date life saving qualifications. For more details about class descriptions and booking forms please click here.
Notifying all fans of delicious coffee!
A new local coffee business is launching from the Milford Heath car park very near the school on Tuesday 14th March. From a converted horse box they will be barista crafted coffee and a range of Pastries and Cakes (Sausage Rolls, Pastel de Natas, Danish Pastries, GF Brownies etc..).
They will be offering a mega 50% off everything on opening day (14th March) and will be open Tuesday – Friday mornings. The perfect coffee spot for after dropping the kids off! Their details and socials can be found below. Website: www.collectorscoffee.co.uk
Please could we kindly remind you about the following school uniform:
Hair accessories, including scrunchies, should be either burgundy or blue.
Any hair that is below the shoulder should be completely tied back.
Hair should not be dyed.
Children should not have coloured braids in their hair.
All earrings should be small plain studs.
Thank you for your support in enforcing that the children arrive to school in the correct uniform.
Bacon Butty Stall
We kindly ask that children do not bring food and hot drinks in to school buildings that have been purchased on Friday morning from the Bacon Butty stall. The food tends to be dropped along corridors and in classrooms and the hot drinks are a concern when being carried around the school – particularly to younger children. Thank you.
Primary Times – latest edition is found here.
Food and Drink in Chapel
We kindly ask that you do not bring food or drink into Chapel, thank you.
Cancellation of Fixtures
If fixtures are cancelled due to adverse weather, please be assured that we will notify you as soon as we are aware of the change.
Term dates can be found on the school website https://www.barrowhills.org/news-events/term-dates/
Absence Request Form
This Absence Request Form must be completed for any reason that a child is not in school, other than illness. These are also found on the Parent Portal. Thank you.
Please can we remind you that the majority of the communications are sent via the parent portal on a Tuesday. Communications will vary for each child dependent on a variety of factors e.g. class, gender, sets. The Prep team sheet can be changed at any time therefore we encourage you to check the portal on a regular basis.
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