St Leonard's C.E. Primary School

"Enjoying Success"

Welcome to St. Leonard's C.E. Primary School

COVID-19 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

“It is my great pleasure to welcome you to St Leonard’s CE Primary School. If your child is joining us for the first time, we welcome you as parents or carers and look forward to a happy and successful association over the coming years. If you already have a child here, we are pleased to cement these links between us. We hope your child will have a happy and rewarding time here before moving on and continuing their education.”

Mrs Kay Ferriday – Head Teacher

Paper copies of all policies and documents are available from the School Office.

Competition!

Autumn Term – Our autumn term competition has a historical link and invites all pupils from St. Leonard’s to write a diary entry as though they were living in a different era, this could be the Stone Age, Iron Age or a different period in time, the choice is yours.

Diary entries must be no more than one A4 side and every year group is invited to take part. Winners will be announced on the Weekly What’s On. 

Please give your entry (clearly labelled with your name and class) to your teacher by Friday 4th December . The winning diary will be read out in classes and runners up will be displayed on our school website.

First, second and third prizes to be won.

Good luck!

 

Thank You Tesco!

On Thursday 4th June we were really pleased to receive a donation of 150 bottles of water, along with labels for names, from our local Tesco branch. We are very grateful as we cannot use our water fountains under the current situation.

The children and staff want to thank Carly Smith, Store Manager who went out of her way to arrange this and deliver them to school. She is pictured here, on the left, with Mrs Ferriday, Head Teacher and 2 of our Key worker children – Alison and Finlay

 

We Miss You!

 

NSPCC Number Day!

Everyone here at St Leonards had an excellent day participating in number day on Friday 7th February. Having counted up the money, we raised £316.32 for the NSPCC.

Safety Talk

Year 1 and 2 had a visit from our local Community Service Officer for a Strange Danger Safety Talk.

 

 

Contact Us

Schools Prevent Statement and Policy


Please click on the buttons below to see St Leonard’s CE Primary Prevent Strategy and Statement.

Prevent School Statement

Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy