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What is Educate Together?

The charter of Educate Together commits us to uphold the following core principles.

• Multi-denominational
• Co - educational        
• Child centred              
• Democratically run    


Our school promotes the holistic development of each child. We encourage children to reach their true potential through a broad and balanced curriculum. We aspire our pupils to develop opinions, views and beliefs in a safe, inclusive learning environment.

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Today in the Birch Class we celebrated DLD Awareness Day! Everyone wore purple and yellow as these are the colours of DLD. Each class learned about communication at assembly and tied a purple/yellow balloon to the railing at the front of the school to celebrate!

Fancy Dress Fundraiser on 23/10/2020

Our Annual Fancy Dress Day is going ahead next Friday 23/10/2020. We are hoping all boys, girls and staff come in wearing costumes, the more creative (or handmade) the better! As we cannot go ahead with our traditional Cake Sale, we are asking that each child bring in a slice of cake, muffin, cupcake or Continue Reading

PTA Update 16/10/2020

Hi Everyone! Our newly elected PTA Committee had our first meeting on Wednesday! It was a really positive meeting, whereby we decided roles within the PTA, organising WhatsApp Groups for new classes and as a means of communication and discussed possible targets for the year. Roles in our PTA Committee; Maribel Siewierska is our Chairperson.  Continue Reading

Maple Class Update!

The Maple class created projects on 3 different religions; Sikhism, Buddhism and Islam. We then presented these projects to the class. You can see them on the Learn Together wall. We created a ‘Slice Of Cake’ for Maths Week. We first practiced drawing the new of a triangular prism, then we drew the measurements onto Continue Reading

4th Class Update!

4th Class enjoyed Maths week completing Maths Trails and Maths Eyes projects. They came up with brilliant questions and they used their Maths eyes at home and at school. 

Letter from DES re statistics in schools

Below is a letter from the DES which includes, among other information, statistics on Covid-19 transmission in the schools’ context. I hope that it may provide some reassurance to our school community

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