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Welcome To Carrington Junior School

  

Carrington provides a modern, relevant schooling set firmly in the mainstream of good educational practice.

A happy and secure environment ensures each individual achieves his or her full potential.

Extra-curricular activities flourish, particularly in sport and music.


The school caters for boys and girls aged 7 to 11. We accept children primarily from the area west of

Flackwell Heath but have some from much further afield.

The school has a pleasant, semi-rural location on the edge of the village. Originally the site was a cherry
orchard, owned by the Carrington family - hence our logo. 

 

 

HEADTEACHER'S NOTES FOR THE WEEK

 

This week Year 5 are having their Saxon day in the hall on Thursday.  I know an amazing time will be had by all and there will be pictures available for the newsletter so look out for them.

 

For those of you unable to come to the Information evening on the 11th, all of the documents are up on the website in the Parent Information Documents section. In addition, photos from our Autumn Term Good Work Exhibition are also now on the website under 'Children - Whole School Events - Good Work Exhibition'.  I am sure all of you who attended will agree, there was an amazing range of excellent work on display.

 

Thank you to all of you for completing the Survey for school priorities.  This will be followed up later in the week once the analysis has been done with a ranking exercise to rank the priorities for improving our school. We appreciate the time all of our stakeholders have given to completing the surveys - it really does mean that everyone has their say in the future of our school.

 

Full details will be in the newsletter at the end of the month but over £380 was raised for Children In Need with all of your amazing efforts and contributions.

 

I wish you all a good, and fingers crossed, dry week.  No sign of the American snow yet – let’s hope it stays that way.

  

Kind regards

 

Amanda Fell

 

SATs Results 2014 - Level 4 is National Average.

 

Reading Level 4+ = 98%        Writing Level 4+ = 98%        Maths Level 4+ = 97%

Reading Level 5 = 61%         Writing Level 5 = 40%          Maths Level 5 = 45%

                                   Writing Level 6 = 2%          Maths Level 6 = 11%

 

               

                                                                  

                                                     Tips from the Eco Committee

 

 

 

 

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