Kendrick School and/or Reading School 2019 admissions.

The admission tests for Year 7 entry will consist of two papers, each of which assess verbal, numerical and non verbal ability.  Applicants are expected to show competence in skills appropriate to Key Stage 2 English and Mathematics, and to be able to apply these skills creatively.  A familiarisation paper will be available on the schools’ websites from April 2018. The tests will take place on Saturday 15th September 2018, and parents will be required to register their child online

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Fundraising for Sport Relief, Easter Egg Ruffle & more…

Sport Relief 2018 Pupils took part in various sporting activities during the day.  Thanks for everyone taking part and we raised a whopping £550 for Sport Relief. Easter Egg Ruffle We had over 70 Easter eggs in our raffle and we raised £183, to buy new equipment for use during break times. We are really proud our our fundraising and help our local community.  See below some of our previous fundraising efforts.

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Year 1 – Bucklebury farm visit

On Thursday 22nd march 2018 Year 1 went on a trip to Bucklebury Farm. The children had an amazing time and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The main focus of the trip was to look at how seasonal changes effects animals and the environment. They had the opportunity to feed some animals, hold some pets and learn about the different animals which are born in spring. The children also had the opportunity to go on a nature and wild walk, where

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Sport Relief 2018

This year to raise money for Sports Relief, St Mary & All Saints will be having a non-school uniform day on Friday 23rd March. Your child is invited to wear something sporty! For example, their favourite sports team kit, a tracksuit or even a tutu! As part of Sports Relief we aim to be active by having a sponsored Fun Run. There will be prizes up for grabs for the children to win! To help raise money for Sports Relief,

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Newsletter 11 now out…

The terms’ seem to be flying past since my arrival which is both exciting and frightening at the same time! As a staff we are working really hard to ensure your children continue to receive great learning opportunities in order for them to make progress and achieve.  Thank you for your continued support with this by; reading everyday, coming to school everyday and on time. I thoroughly enjoyed the ‘certificate assemblies’ this week for Key Stage 1 and 2. Lots

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Year 2 visits the Oxford Natural History Museum

On Thursday the 8th, Year 2 visited the Oxford Natural History Museum to support their understanding of history and science. They had a fantastic time looking at the fossils, skeletons, mini-beasts and various other engaging exhibits. Marcel from Dog Class said “My favourite part was looking at the model of a severed hand, it was brutal!” Tyeisha from Cat Class stated “I really liked that we could touch the fossils and not just look at them” The Year 2 teachers

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Year 3 – Science trip

Year 3 set off for the Look Out Discovery Centre in Bracknell to enjoy a Science trip. You may have seen on Twitter that Ladybirds and Caterpillars were at The Look Out Discovery Centre on Tuesday 6th March to learn more about the Topic of Forces and Magnets.  We had a fantastic time with the hands-on science activities on offer and were able to launch a hydrogen rocket and send a huge, hot air balloon skyward as well as investigating

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Newsletter 10 now out…

Welcome back to Term 4 and thank you for your support with the 2 teacher training days last week. We were able to make a good start to creating a more inviting and engaging school environment in classrooms and corridors for children to see when they returned on Wednesday. We were also able to have some training from fellow teaching professionals on the opportunities and education entitlement that our SMAS children should receive. This training will be followed up in

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