With reference to the London Bridge terrorist incident, detailed and widespread media coverage means it is highly likely that children and young people will have seen, heard or read about what happened. Hearing about terrorist attacks like the one in London can lead to children and young people feeling anxious or scared. Please follow the below link for advice and tips on speaking to your children if they ask about it:
A special guest found the time to nip into our Year 1 class! The children have been reading 'The Gingerbread Man' story in class and so were thrilled that he found the time to drop by! #TeamMCA#spreadthehappiness... See MoreSee Less
This year we are supporting 'Santa's Pyjama Army' ran by The Nappy Project. On Friday 13th December we are asking that all pupil's come to school in their Pyjamas with a donation of £1 to support this great cause. There is more information about this charity available in the office.
Our Breakfast and Books club has been a great success so far. It is fantastic to see so many parents and pupils joining us to start the day and further inspiring a love of reading. Feel free to pop along on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8.15am - the more the merrier! #TeamMCA#spreadthehappiness... See MoreSee Less
Well done to all of our children who brought their favourite book to school as part of our first big book share! The children thoroughly enjoyed reading together and talking to their classmates about all the different books they discovered. #TeamMCA#spreadthehappiness... See MoreSee Less
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