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School News & Events

A school newsletter is sent home by Mr Rawling fortnightly. It is sent to parents electronically or sent home with their child. Please see our previous newsletters below.

Near the start of each half-term, parents / carers receive a class newsletter. The newsletters typically have class-specific information about the learning your child will experience that term and how you could support them further.  This is in addition to occasional letters which are sent home whenever there is important news.

We send home paper copies of essential communications. However, we increasingly use other ways to communicate. There are various ways for you to receive our news and updates electronically. You can subscribe to our news articles via RSS or by email. If you use Twitter, you will soon be able to follow us there. We also use text messages for shorter notices directly to your phone – contact the school office if you don’t yet benefit from communications using mobile phones and email.

13th January 2017

8th December 2016

25th November 2016

7th October 2016

23rd September 2016

10th September 2016

29th April Newsletter

Parent Voice

We have always been very well supported by our parents. Something I am very proud to report back to my Headteacher colleagues from other schools. We have achieved a great deal since our school opened in September 2012 and many changes and developments made due to the useful feedback from families.

Tuesday 15th March Newsletter

As a school, we are supporting a nationwide alert system called Child Rescue Alert. It is run by the National Crime Agency, the charity Missing People and technology company Groupcall and has the potential to save a child’s life in the event that a child is missing and believed to be at imminent risk of serious harm or death. Registration is free and takes just minutes to complete, online or by text; by registering you will receive alerts to tell you that a child is in danger in your local area.

Friday 26th February Newsletter

Following on from our school’s involvement with the official opening of the Repton Park play areas, Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon Homes would like to invite the pupils at Repton Manor Primary School to take part in a competition to design the signage for each play area.

Friday 5th February 2016

We at Repton Manor are excited about a new programme we will teach this year. The programme is Positive Action, a curriculum to enhance selfconcept. Self-concept is described as the way we feel about ourselves. Positive Action teaches that when we act in positive ways, our self-concepts improve.

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