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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

  

The forecast is for a heat wave, so please ensure children have sunscreen before coming to school, along with hats and water bottles.  Let's hope the good weather continues for this weekend’s Summer Fayre. 

Events this week include the 11+ Year 5 parents' information evening at 6pm in the school hall.

 

This Friday, 3rd July, there will be a Mufti Day when children can wear mufti to school if they bring in at least 2 bottles or more for our Summer Fayre on 5th July.  For more information about what can be brought in, please look under our Calendar dates. 

 

Our new interim Headteacher, Mrs Allyson Woodhouse, will be attending Sports Day on 10th July to enable families and parents to meet her.

 

Mrs Gardener

 

               

                                                                  

                                                     Tips from the Eco Committee

 

 

 

 

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