December Newsletter

Whilst you sit indoors on another dark evening, pondering in the long, dark teatime of the soul and vaguely wondering if it'll ever stop raining, why not download the latest newsletter and have a quick peruse. You know you want to. All you have to do is click right here.

November Newsletter

Trick or treat? Doorbell munchkins and carved out pumpkins. Slightly less spooky, but obviously no less exciting, the November newsletter. Happy halloween. Download it here.

October Newsletter

October is here and that means a few things. Autumn is properly incoming, you'll be trick or treating before you know it and there's a new newsletter. Download it here.

Welcome to the New School Year

We hope everyone has had a lovely summer and is looking forward to starting a brand new school year! A few useful pieces of information are below to help you get started…

New Prospectus is available here.

The September newsletter here.

Fees can be downloaded here

Warwickshire schools dates for your diary are here.

And finally, key Nursery Studio dates can be downloaded here.

Have a great year, everyone!

July Newsletter

And now the end of term is near… but still time for the July newsletter and hopefully, the weather to get itself together and realise that it's getting on summer time and it should sort itself out. Download and read on here…

June Newsletter

Summer is just a few weeks away and it's time to think about holidays, time off and a few lazy days. But before then, the June newsletter is here.

May Newsletter

May! Bank Holidays and is it Spring? Or Summer? Or still Winter? The weather might not be able to make up its mind, but we're definitely and definitively letting you download a copy of the May Newsletter right here.

Scarlet Fever Information

Scarlet Fever

Public Health England warns that at this time of year there is often an increase in the number of cases of scarlet fever. Usually a mild illness, it is highly infectious. Parents and carers are advised to be on the lookout for symptoms, which include a sore throat, headache and fever with a characteristic fine, pinkish or red body rash with a sandpapery feel. If signs of scarlet fever are suspected, it is important to contact local GPs or to call NHS 111.

The disease is spread by inhaling or ingesting respiratory droplets or by direct contact with nose and throat discharges especially during sneezing and coughing.

Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said: 'We have seen more cases of scarlet fever in the last few years than we’ve been used to – we’re unsure why this is, but if a patient thinks that they, or their child, might have symptoms, then they should seek medical advice.'

Further information on scarlet fever here:

A table outlining the periods of exclusion from school due to infectious conditions can be downloaded here:

April Newsletter

Spring has sprung. Well, temporarily at least. The clocks have gone forward and long lazy evenings in the garden beckon and as one 3 year old once said in response to "What time is it?", it will soon be "Pimm's o'clock!". Not my child, obviously. What would that say about how we raised our children?

Anyway, enough from the rambling mind of the web development team… here's the April newsletter. Click here.

March Newsletter

Wasn't it just Christmas? Basking in the sunshine before the storm of the incoming weekend, take a moment to enjoy the March newsletter. Click right here…

February Newsletter

Efficiency. That's the name of the game. Or something. But, whatever, early is the new on time, so here's the February newsletter. Click right here…

January New Year Newsletter

2019! Happy New Year everyone and welcome to another term and fresh new year. Here's the January newsletter for you to download. Clickity click right here…