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March

4th - School re-opens for second half of Spring Term.

4th - Gifted & Talented Sports Academy at St Mary's Swimming Pool.

13 - All Stars Cricket taster session.

14th - Year 5/6 Hi 5 Netball Competition, 1 - 3pm.

15th - Red Nose Day. Pyjama Day - £1.00 contribution.

21st - Parents Meeting for Year 3/4 residential visit to Carlton Lodge at 3.15pm.

22nd - Key Steps Gymnastics Finals at Northallerton Leisure Centre.

26th - Year 3/4 Quicksticks Hockey Competition at Thirsk School, 1 - 3pm.

28th - Year 5 Curriculum Enrichment Day at Thirsk School & Sixth Form College.

29th - North Yorkshire Games Cross Country Finals at Dalby Forest.

29th - School Disco, 6 - 7.30pm.

 

April

3rd - Scholastic Book Fair at School, parents invited 3.15 - 4pm.

4th - Scholastic Book Fair at School, parents invited from 3.15 - 4pm.

5th - Vision checks for Year Reception pupils.

5th - Scholastic Book Fair at School, parents invited from 3.15 - 4pm.

9th - Parent Conversation Meetings, 1 - 5pm.

10th - Parent Conversation Meetings, 3.30 - 6.30pm.

11th - Topcliffe's Got Talent, 1.45pm + non-uniform day for Freddie's Fight.  £1 donation.

12th - Easter Services at St Columba's Church, 9am.

12th - FOTS Chocolate Tombola, 1 - 2pm.

12th - School Closes for Easter Holidays, 2pm.

29th - Staff Training Day.

30th - School re-opens for start of Summer term.

 

Future Key Dates

7th May - 8th May - Year 3/4 residential visit to Carlton Lodge.

W/C 13th May - Year 6 SATS week.

7th June - School Sports Day, 1.30pm.

W/C 1st July - Thirsk Induction Week for Year 6 pupils.

19th July - End of Year Celebration Service at St Columba's Church, 10am.

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Vision:

Our Christian values of community, compassion, friendship and trust support the spiritual and moral development of our children as we grow and learn together.

 

Our aims:

Children, staff, governors and parents have high expectations of one another and themselves. As a school family, we aim to recognise and nurture the needs, strengths and talents of each and every child, providing opportunities to think independently, love learning and reflect on the wonder of God’s creation. We aim to build self-esteem so that children develop the confidence to have open hearts, open minds and respect others, whilst having the courage to be true to themselves. Through high-quality, creative teaching, we inspire, stimulate and challenge children to fulfil their potential.  We aim to create curiosity and prepare children for life in an ever-changing world.

 

School prayer

Dear Lord, guide us with your love to:

C are for everyone in the community and the wider world

H eal the past and grow the future

R espect one another

I nspire one another to be the best we can

S trengthened by your Holy Spirit

T ogether we are a family and will do our best to live the way you taught us.   

Enjoy half term and se you all back from 8.30am on Monday, 4th March 2019.

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Welcome to Topcliffe C of E Academy…

At Topcliffe C of E, our motto is `Growing, believing, achieving together’ and we pride ourselves in sharing this with the children every day.

There is something very special about our school and we all feel incredibly proud of it. The children describe being at Topcliffe Academy as ‘being part of a school family’.

As headteacher of Topcliffe C of E Academy, I feel privileged to work with such keen learners, both children and staff, and to be well supported by an enthusiastic governing body who work hard to ensure the best for everyone in our school.

At Topcliffe Academy, we are all passionate about sport and our sporting teams achieve highly in local competitions.  We provide a range of after school clubs to give children extra sporting time! We also love music and this is reflected in our high quality productions. We look for any opportunities to enjoy extra music, whether it’s through maths and science or when we spend time together in Collective Worship. We have specialist sport and music teachers that encourage the children to be active and enthusiastic.


We hope you will feel when you visit Topcliffe C of E Academy that it is a truly special place to learn and see why people choose to come to our school.


Mrs Abigail Clay
Headteacher

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 Topcliffe Church of England Academy  CHILD PROTECTION STATEMENT

 

This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare and safety of all children in school.  All North Yorkshire Schools, including Topcliffe C of E Academy, follow the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Board procedures.  The school will, in most circumstances, endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their child/ren.  However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with Child Protection procedures).  The school will, of course, always aim to maintain a positive relationship with all parents.  The school's child protection policy is available on this website.

The school is committed to preventing radicalisation and extremism. 

If you would like to discuss any of the above before making an application please email the Chair of Governors - Mrs Nicola Knowles at cofg@topcliffeacademy.org.

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