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  • Winter Food Parcel Support

    Published 05/10/20

    Support for parents who might require foodbank support over Christmas.

    If you are self isolating and vulnerable due to Covid-19 you can complete the form for a free food parcel.

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  • Black History Month

    Published 05/10/20

    Homework for all year groups:

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  • Hello Yellow!

    Published 07/10/20

    Hello Yellow


    On Friday 9th October 2020  we  will be raising money for a charity organisation called ‘Young Minds’, which supports young adults with mental health issues. ‘Hello Yellow’ is a National Project, where the country raises awareness of Mental Health in schools amongst pupils. On this day we will have a non-uniform day and we would love to see your children dressed in yellow!


    Thank you, 


    Ms Hussain & Ms Khonat

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  • Family Maths Learning

    Published 28/09/20
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  • Is your child 3?

    Published 23/09/20

    We still have places available at our nursery. 

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  • Back to School Arrangements

    Published 26/08/20

    Here are the September arrangements for your child.

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  • Watch Videos From Our Teachers

    Published 16/07/20

    Follow the link below to watch videos your teachers have made for you

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  • COVID-19 Support for Newham Families

    Published 14/07/20
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  • Video from Shaftesbury Staff

    Published 21/05/20

    Our members of staff have created this lovely video to let you know that we're all still thinking about you and can't wait to see you soon!

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  • Story Time for Shaftesbury

    Published 14/05/20

    Dear Parents/Carers,

    It's safe to say the coronavirus has had a huge impact on all our lives.  In a blink of an eye, life has become a little different for our children at Shaftesbury. 

    We are sure the children have been enjoying some more time with you and hope you have enjoyed finding the time to be able to do the things we don't usually get the chance to do.  We know the children have shown amazing courage and resilience throughout this period, despite losing the structure and stability of being at school and seeing their friends and relatives.

    As a well done ‚Äčto the children for staying positive during these uncertain times, we wanted to find them a little treat.  We have been in touch with a professional storyteller, Vanessa Wolf who works with schools and is wonderful at retelling stories in an exciting and engaging way.  We will encourage the children later to undertake some activities based on her readings.  She has agreed to do a live recording on Youtube for Shaftesbury children only this week on Thursday 14th May at 2pm for EYFS/KS1 pupils and at 3pm for KS2 pupils followed by more storytelling on Friday 15th May  at 11am for EYFS/KS1 and 12 pm for KS2 children. In order to access these stories for your children to listen to you will need to follow the links below on the days mentioned above. There will be an opportunity to chat to Vanessa and ask her questions if you wish.

    Research has shown that story telling sessions and author events inspire children and help them on their journey to a love of reading and enjoyment of writing.  So we hope that your child will enjoy and benefit from this exclusive story telling session.  There will be two stories aimed at KS1 and two for KS2 but of course the children are welcome to enjoy all four.  It will cover lots of other areas of the curriculum so will definitely tick some learning jobs for the day too!

    Here are the private links to access the stories:
    Thursday 14th May at 2pm Henry croft(younger kids)

    Thursday 14th May at 3pm Lady of Stavoren(older kids)

    Friday 15th May at 11am calabash Boy (younger kids)

    Friday 15th May at 12pm freedom bird (older kids)

    We hope you enjoy the sessions and look forward to hearing about what the children thought of it.

    Yours sincerely,

    Mrs O’Connor
    Head of School

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  • Click Here for Home Learning

    Published 30/03/20

    Keep your children busy at home, click this link to find plenty of home working activities for them to do.

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