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  • Children in Need

    Published on Nov 14th
    Its wonderful to see all the children supporting Children in Need today!  We love your spotty tops and Pudsey ears.  Thank you to all our families for their support we hope to have raised lots for the charity.
  • Fireworks this Saturday!

    Published on Nov 08th
    Join Southwater schools for the annual firework display on Saturday 9th November 2019, a fundraising event for the PTFA.
  • Half term

    Published on Oct 25th
    We are looking forward to seeing all the children back on Tuesday 5th November!  Have a wonderful half term break.
  • Harvest Celebrations

    Published on Oct 17th
    What a lovely assembly today from our Year 1 children!  We are looking forward to seeing our Year 2 and EYFS perform next week.  The FSIA cafĂ© will be open from 9am selling homemade cakes and refreshments.
  • Open Morning

    Published on Sep 23rd

    We are looking forward to meeting prospective parents at our open morning tomorrow, we start at 9.15am please contact the office if you would like to attend.

  • Welcome Back

    Published on Sep 04th

    Welcome back to our Year 1 and Year 2 children and families.  We look forward to seeing our new EYFS pupils on Friday 6 September!

  • Happy Summer Holidays

    Published on Jul 23rd

    Thank you for all your lovely gifts!  Wishing our Yr2 leavers the best of luck at The Junior Academy.  We look forward to seeing our  Yr1 and Yr2 children on 4 September and welcoming our new EYFS children on 6 September. 

  • The Bee Musical

    Published on Jul 19th

    What a wonderful production from our Year two children!  We hope you enjoyed.

  • Summer Reading Challenge

    Published on Jul 16th

    Thanks to Nat from Horsham Library who came into assembly to tell us about the 'Space Chase'  reading challenge!

  • Sports Days

    Published on Jul 15th
    What an amazing week of sport!  Well done to all our children.

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