Pupil Premium

Posted on November 4th, 2016 by brometadmin

In addition to the school funding received from Hertfordshire County Council, the school is able to claim a £1,300 grant from Central Government each year called the Pupil Premium for children whose parents or carers receive any of the benefits below:

  • Income Support
  • Income Based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Pension Credit Guarantee Credit Element
  • Income Related Employment Support Allowance
  • Child Tax Credit

We ask that all parents and carers complete the attached form in order that we can register the details and receive the grant.

The information you supply will be treated confidentially and your child will not be identifiable to others.

Pupil Premium Form

>> Read "Pupil Premium"

Clubs Autumn 2016

Posted on August 5th, 2016 by brometadmin

As requested, we are pleased to be able to offer the following clubs for the Autumn Term. We are still waiting on some clubs to confirm their details and will release them when we can.

Bookings must be made on the School Gateway, and please return the relevant club form to school to ensure they have all the details to keep your child safe. These forms will be held by the clubs during the sessions as the school office may not be available.

Following parent requests, all clubs will be available to book from August 8th and bookings will be available on a first come first served basis at this time. Please note that the school office is closed until 1st September.

For each club there is also a waiting list option. If you are unable to book onto a full club, please add your details to the waiting list as we can assess the demand and see how we can help.

Full Details and the forms can be downloaded below;

Clubs Letter Autumn 2016

>> Read "Clubs Autumn 2016"

Clubs and Activities

Posted on February 11th, 2016 by brometadmin

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Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Before School


Years 5&6


Years 1-6


Years 1-6


Football Team

Years 5&6


Lego Club

All Years


Running Club

Years 2-6

 Summer Sports

Years 1&2



Years 2-6

Chess Club




After School
 Art Club

Years 5&6


Years 3,4,5,6


Years 1-6


Cookery Club

Years R-4

 Art Club

Years 1&2



 Craft Club

Key Stage 1


Homework Club

Key Stage 2

 Art Club

Years 3&4



Mad Science

Years 1-6

Magical Maths

All years

Astronomy Club

Years 1 & 2

Homework Club

Key Stage 2



Tag Rugby

Years 4-6

>> Read "Clubs"


Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin

Children can choose to have school lunches which are prepared and cooked on site. We run a pupil choice menu where children select their lunch daily and wear a lunch band representing their choice. Every day, children may choose from a meat option (red band), Vegetarian option (green band) and a packed lunch option (blue band).  All children in KS1 are entitled to free school dinners.



Packed Lunches

Children who do not have school dinners must bring a packed lunch to school. We encourage healthy eating ask that NO nuts or chocolate spread be sent in packed lunches due to allergies. Children must bring their lunch in a clearly labelled packed lunch box and will need a non fizzy drink to have with their food.

>> Read "Meals"


Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin

School uniform makes an important contribution to the ethos of the school and the work and attitude of the children. Wearing a school uniform reinforces a sense of community belonging and avoids their best clothes being spoiled. Please ensure that your child is dressed in clothes that he/she can easily manage. Younger children benefit from pull-up trousers and skirts and non laced shoes.

Our school uniform is based on the school colours of green and grey. Children must wear:

  • grey trousers/ shorts or skirt,
  • white polo shirt,
  • green cardigan or jumper with school logo,
  • green and white checked summer dress,
  • white or grey socks.

School uniform can be purchased from Beat School Uniform.

The children will need green or black shorts and a green T-shirt for P.E. and games. A complete PE kit can be purchased from the school office. P.E. lessons in the hall are usually done in bare feet, but plimsolls or trainers and a track suit are required for outdoor lessons. Please ensure your child is provided with suitable kit. It is a county health and safety rule that jewellery is NEVER worn whilst doing physical activities and long hair must be tied back.

Children must also have a school book bag, a water bottle in school at all times, a coat when it is cold and a sun hat in hot weather.

Your co-operation in ensuring that your child wears uniform to school is essential.

>> Read "Uniform"

School Gateway

Posted on April 29th, 2015 by brometadmin

School Gateway is the convenient way to pay for school dinners, milk, uniform and school trips.

Click on the link below to access this with your log in details.


>> Read "School Gateway"


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