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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. 

 

 

ACTING HEADTEACHER'S NOTES FOR THE WEEK

 

Welcome back!


I hope you have all enjoyed a restful and fun Easter holiday, at least we had some sunshine and it looks as though there is more to come. Dare I say get ready with sunhats and sunscreen?  This is my first week as Acting Headteacher and I hope to see many of you at the gate to welcome you all back to school.

 

We have some exciting events happening soon including a theatre production next Tuesday at 9.30 am, A Twist in Time.  Year 3 will be visiting the Look out Discovery Centre on April 24th, Year 6 will be visiting Hazard Alley on April 28th and Year 5 will be visiting The Living Rainforest on April 30th.  In addition, film nights will be starting up soon, run by the PTA, so please come along and support the school.


This is a very busy term, so look out for more events in the diary in the next full newsletter.

Mrs Gardener 

               

                                                                  

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