Welcome to Orchard Primary
Welcome to Orchard Primary School
Diary dates for the week commencing 5th November
Friday - World War 1 Assembly, 9.10am. Parents/carers welcome to attend. Peace Party at 2pm (on the playground, weather permitting). Pupils return from Y5/6 School Journey at approx. 4.30pm.
Note for Nursery Parents/Carers - if you are applying online for a place for your child to start in Reception Class at Orchard Primary in September 2019, the closing date is 15.1.2019.
Road Safety Week
All week Orchard will be taking part in activties linked
to road safety. The new JRSO's will be announced as well.
Year 3 Class Assembly
You are invited to come and watch Year 3's
class assembly. Discover what they have been learning
this half term.
Thursday 29 November @ 2.45pm
Tea, Talk & Toddler Time
Parents, grandparents & carers are welcome to come
to our new Thursday morning Tea, Talk & Toddler Time session.
Come along and make friends
9.15 to 10.15
For More Information Click Here.pdf
Read about our first session below in Recent Events
Nursery Stay & Learn
Parents & carers are invited to attend a
Maths session with Nursery.
Come along and join in with the fun.
Wednesday 28th November @ 9.15 to 10am
Teaching Assistant/Midday Supervisor required – maternity cover post for Spring and Summer Terms 2019. Please email email@example.com for a pack. Closing date: Monday 12th November at midday.
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