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Summer Term 2022

An Update from Juliet Coleman, on our Support to the Children of Ukraine

Firstly, thank you for your kind donations of toys for the Table Top Sale for Ukraine held at The Thomas Cranmer Centre in Aslockton Village. I took 3 car loads of toys, books, puzzles and games to the sale and was helped on the day by a team of pupils from Archbishop Cranmer Academy – Ruby, Ashaya, Grace, Priya and Harry Max. We raised £55.

In addition, I took several bags of the soft toys we did not sell to a centre in Bottesford which was collecting toys to fill a large van heading for a Ukranian orphanage (100 children aged between 18 months and 15 years tragically orphaned by the war– so terribly sad.) They were delighted with our contributions.

Finally, I took the remaining books and toys to Barnados in Bingham – as I do Gift Aid they have since told me that the toys have already raised over £30.




Spring Term 2022

Year 5 enjoyed catching the train to our local  town for a land use survey with local residents.

year 2  enjoyed writing and receiving letters from the children at  our partner school through The Linking Network

Our local cricket community club supports us with our Chance to Shine cricket and we look forward to joining their programs too. We also enjoyed a visit to our local Trent Bridge to watch the final Test Cricket match!

Celebrating Chinese New Year with our local community.

Autumn Term 2021

We created this beautiful stained glass window as part of our local community Window Trail and the finale window to be revealed for the Christmas Eve service at St Thomas'



Delighted to work alongside local charity,  the Rosie May Foundation to support our  community this autumn and great to see our young leaders and school parliament in action too! #courageousadvocacy #takecareofeachother #takecareschool






It was wonderful being joined by Madam Mayor Sue Mallender for our very own Horticultural Show. The children were delighted to be  awarded  with certificates and rosettes. Inspiring self-sufficiency and future farmers, gardeners, florists and crafters!











Thank you Rosie May Foundation for your generous food donations which we will share with our local community!








What a wonderful welcome service for our new children in Foundation. Thank you to all who were involved in this special service, Year 6,Mrs Stevens, Rev Tim, parents and the stars of the morning Foundation. So exciting to welcome you to our school community, we are so proud of you all.