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					Chalgrove Community
   Primary School

    School Prospectus
                        Chalgrove Community Primary School
                                    High Street
                                    Chalgrove
                                    Oxfordshire
                                    OX44 7ST

                                Telephone 01865 890385
                                    Fax 01865 890749
                       E-mail: office.2452@chalgrove.oxon.sch.uk




            Acting Headteacher                           Miss Julie Quarrell

           Administration Officer                       Mrs Siobhan Stone
         School Business Manager                         Mrs Dawn Evans




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                             Page 2
                                                     Contents



  Contents ............................................................................................................................. 3

  Message from the Headteacher and the Governing Body .................................................. 4

  School Values and Aims ..................................................................................................... 5

  Admissions Policy ............................................................................................................... 6

  The School Day .................................................................................................................. 7

  The Curriculum ................................................................................................................... 8

  Chalgrove Curriculum Assessment KS1 2010 .................................................................. 11

  National Curriculum Assessment KS1 2010 ..................................................................... 12

  Chalgrove Curriculum Assessment KS2 2010 .................................................................. 13

  National Curriculum Assessment KS2 2010 ..................................................................... 14

  Special Education Needs .................................................................................................. 15

  Primary School Staff ......................................................................................................... 16

  General Information .......................................................................................................... 17

  Chalgrove School Association .......................................................................................... 20

  Complaints Procedure ...................................................................................................... 21

  Chalgrove Primary Governing Body.................................................................................. 22

  School Term and Holiday Dates 2010/11 ......................................................................... 23




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                                                               Page 3
   Message from the Headteacher and the
              Governing Body
                   Welcome to Chalgrove Community Primary School

Dear Parents and Carers,

On behalf of all the staff, governors and, most importantly, the pupils, may we welcome you
to Chalgrove School. The purpose of this prospectus is to give you an insight into Chalgrove
and how the school is run. We remain committed to raising standards and as part of this
process, we positively encourage parents to come and discuss any issues of concern. If you
feel that you need to clarify any matter, please do not hesitate to contact us.




Chalgrove Community Primary School prides itself on being at the heart of our village. The
school was originally opened in 1877 and has naturally evolved around the growing needs of
the community. There are three main buildings, including the purpose built Foundation Unit.
There is a large sports hall, which not only offers excellent facilities during the school day,
but is also extensively used for after school clubs.

The emphasis at Chalgrove is focused on a positive learning environment. Computers are
sited in the classrooms and networked throughout the school. Most computers have a direct
link to the Internet. We recognise the importance of computers and technology both now
and in the future, so we encourage their use in all subjects throughout the syllabus. We also
have an ICT suite, which can be used for the teaching of ICT skills.

During their time at Chalgrove your children will experience a learning environment where
they will be able to develop as individuals, gaining confidence and independence to become
flexible and creative learners. Please come and visit us!

Julie Quarrell, Acting Headteacher               Judith Bennett, Chair of the Governing Body

Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                      Page 4
                      School Values and Aims


At Chalgrove Primary School we intend:


 To provide a happy, secure and stimulating environment which enables all children to
  develop their full potential, both academically and socially;


 For all children to develop independence, initiative and pride in their own work, progress
  and achievements;


 To ensure all children, teachers and parents share high expectations of attainment and
  behaviour;


 To teach the pupils the significance of our school motto “Consideration, Co-operation,
  Commitment”;


 To encourage appreciation and understanding of other people’s cultures, faiths and social,
  intellectual and physical differences;


 To offer a broad and balanced curriculum with equal opportunity of access for all;


 To ensure all children develop a range of skills enabling them to become flexible. lifelong
  learners;


 To work in partnership with parents and the community to develop caring, responsible
  citizens of the future.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                     Page 5
                           Admissions Policy

There is now a co-ordinated admissions process in Oxfordshire. This means you can apply
for a place for your child at Chalgrove Community Primary School by using the application
available at the end of the booklet provided by the county or from the Oxfordshire County
Council website on www.oxfordshire.gov.uk. This application form is known as the CAF
(Primary).

The booklets are distributed in September direct to parents from OCC. If you do not receive
one, please contact the Admissions Team, Children’s Services, OCC on 01865 815175.


At Chalgrove Community Primary School we have:

      A Foundation Stage Unit within our school
      And a Foundation (Reception) Stage Class within our school.


Children may be offered a part-time place in the Foundation Unit in the term after their third
birthday.

Parents are encouraged to visit the school. Appointments may be made through the School
Office.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                     Page 6
                                 The School Day


8:45am *                   School day begins.
                           Children are expected to be in school ready and settled in their
                           classrooms for 8:55. Any late arrivals should go to the main
                           Reception. Parents will be contacted after three such
                           occasions.

10:30 – 11.50am            Playtime.
                           Children are encouraged to eat healthy snacks such as fruit or
                           raw vegetables at this time.

12:00 – 12:55pm            Lunch.
                           Cooked lunches and pre-prepared sandwiches are available on
                           a daily or weekly basis. Further details are available upon
                           request. Packed lunches can be brought in from home. No cans
                           or glass bottles are allowed for safety reasons.

                           Family Lunch.
                           Parents and carers are welcome to join their child for lunch on
                           Mondays & Wednesdays. See the School Secretary for details.

3:15pm                     School Finishes.
                           Parents and carers collect pupils from the playground. If the
                           parent or carer is unknown to the teachers, we would ask that
                           the teachers are informed of this prior to collection.

8.45-11.30am and           Foundation Stage Unit
12.30-3.15pm               Children are usually expected to spend at least 3 terms in the Unit
                           before starting full time school.




   *Please note that although the school is open before this time, this is to allow teachers to prepare their
   classrooms, and so CHILDREN SHOULD NOT ARRIVE AT SCHOOL UNTIL AT LEAST 8:35am.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                                   Page 7
                             The Curriculum
             The current Curriculum base is divided into three stages:

The Foundation Stage                                                           Ages 3- 5
Children in the Foundation Stage work towards attaining the Early Learning Goals

Key Stage 1                                                                   Ages 5 - 7
Pupils follow the Key Stage 1 National Curriculum at the beginning of Year 1. At the end of
Year 2, children complete the Key Stage 1 Standard Assessment Tests (KS1 SATs).

Key Stage 2                                                                   Ages 7 -11
Pupils in Year 3 move to Key Stage 2 and complete the Optional SATs at the end of every
year until they reach Year 6 where the children undertake the statutory Key Stage 2 tests.




The National Curriculum covers 11 subjects for all Primary School
children:

Core Subjects:
English
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Mathematics
Science

Foundation subjects:
Art/ Craft                               Physical Education
Geography                                Religious Education
History                                  Design and Technology
Music                         PSHCE (Personal, Social and Health & Citizenship Education)

Other Subjects we teach:
French
International Education

Foundation Stage Subjects:
Communication, Language & Literacy                     Mathematics
Knowledge and Understanding of the world               Creative Development
Physical Development
Personal, Social and Emotional Development



Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                   Page 8
English
English is taught within a dedicated Literacy Hour and within other curriculum subjects where
links can be made. Pupils work as a class, in groups or on an individual basis looking at a
variety of texts, sentence structure and word skills.

Children are given every opportunity to develop their skills in reading, speaking and listening.
All classes spend essential class time listening to adults and to each other, describing and
discussing events and opinions, learning to understand, and respect other individual’s views.

Reading is encouraged in the class, which helps develop pupils’ skills and confidence in
becoming more fluent readers.

Joined, continuous cursive script is taught from Foundation Stage with daily practice in the
lower year groups.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Computers and other technological aids are used throughout the school. ICT skills are
taught as a discrete subject and as a means of supporting other areas of the curriculum.
The children are encouraged to communicate ideas and information in a variety of forms,
where appropriate, using equipment and computer software to enhance their learning. The
school is Internet linked.
Visit our school web-site http://www.chalgrove.oxon.sch.uk/


Mathematics
The Government introduced the National Numeracy Strategy in 1999. This involves a
daily structured maths lesson based around mental arithmetic. Other modules in the
curriculum cover data handling, algebra, shape and space and measures. A great deal
of maths work is practical, developing the ability to estimate and solve problems, and so it
may not be recorded in a book. Early learning of number bonds and times tables are
vital, so we ask for your support at home in helping to develop your child.


Science
There are four main aspects to this subject: experimental and investigative science, life
processes and living things; materials and their properties; and physical processes. Children
are encouraged to explore each of these aspects through practical investigations and
activities. The use of scientific method and language is vital throughout. As a core subject
science is assessed and tested at the end of each school year from Year 2, with formal
SATs in Year 6.

Part of the science curriculum also deals with Health and Sex Education. This subject starts
to be taught in a very low-key manner, but develops through the school years in tandem with
your child’s development. Parents have a right to see exactly what is being taught and can,
of course, if they wish, withdraw their child from lessons, which deal with Sex Education.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                       Page 9
Art and Music
Our aim is to develop children’s creativity and
personal satisfaction in artistic involvement,
while at the same time providing all the
necessary, progressive skills when drawing,
painting, printing, modelling, making music and
singing. Children’s work is regularly displayed,
performed, praised and success shared
throughout the school.

We also encourage diversity, and study
various art forms from different cultures.

Geography and History
Our pupils learn about their surroundings and gain an understanding of the wider world. We
study weather, climate change developing geographical terms and essential concepts. In
history children are taught the importance of past events and interpretation of events in
history. Some modules are clearly dominated by one curriculum area; others are broader
based, particularly for younger children. Parents are informed of the topics to be studied at
the beginning of each term in a class newsletter, and visits are arranged to provide
supplementary learning opportunities. Family contributions of resources and ideas are
always welcomed.

Physical Education
Physical Education covers sport and fitness. We aim to develop co-ordination and motor
skills and those of co-operation and communication, knowledge about health, fitness and
safety. Classes all work through a modular programme covering, games, dance, gymnastics
and athletics.

Swimming is offered at Berinsfield Sports Centre. Key Stage 2, Years 3-4 swim for one term
within the academic year. The aim is for every child to be able to swim 25 metres whilst at
Chalgrove.

Religious Education
The children are taught about the importance of respecting different religions, focussing on
the Oxfordshire Agreed Syllabus. This is based on the Christian faith and two other religions
(Islam and Judaism). Although the syllabus is based on these faiths we do realise that other
religions should be researched and discussed. There is daily assembly for all our children.
There is a weekly Praise Assembly and each class presents an assembly once a term.
Written confirmation is required if you wish your child to be exempt from Assembly or RE
lessons.

Technology
We aim to provide the best possible environment for our children to develop their ability in
design and technology. All our projects ensure that pupils can use different materials and
equipment to enhance their learning whilst making it fun.



Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                   Page 10
       Chalgrove Curriculum Assessment 2010
Summary Report: Percentages

Key Stage 1 2010 : Chalgrove Community Primary School
These tables show the percentages of the Year 2 children achieving each level.

The number of children in Year 2 was 40.




       Task                 Level 2+             Level 2b              Level 3   Dis.   Abs.



    Reading                     66                   59                  28       0      0


     Writing                    69                   50                  16       0      0


  Mathematics                   81                   59                  22       0      0




Dis.=Disapplied under sections 364 and 365 of the Education Act 1996

Abs.= Failed to register due to absence




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                           Page 11
          National Curriculum Assessment 2010


National Results 2010: Key Stage 1

These tables show the percentage of year 2 children achieving each level nationally in 2010.




       Task                 Level 2+             Level 2b              Level 3   Dis.   Abs.



    Reading                     85                   73                  26       0      0


     Writing                    81                   60                  12       0      0


  Mathematics                   89                   73                  20       0      0




Dis.=Disapplied under sections 364 and 365 of the Education Act 1996

Abs.= Failed to register due to absence




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                           Page 12
       Chalgrove Curriculum Assessment 2010

Key Stage 2 2010 : Chalgrove Community Primary School

These tables represent the percentage of Year 6 children achieving each level in the school
in year.


The number of children in Year 6 was 25, 20% were on the SEN Register

Figures may not total 100% due to rounding



       Task                Level 3+              Level 4+              Level 5+   Dis.   Abs.



     English                   88                    72                  28        0      0


  Mathematics                 100                    88                  36        0      0




Dis.=Disapplied under sections 364 and 365 of the Education Act 1996
Abs.= Failed to register due to absence




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                            Page 13
          National Curriculum Assessment 2010


National Results 2010: Key Stage 2


These tables show the percentage of Year 6 children achieving each level nationally in 2007


Figures may not total 100% because of rounding.



       Task                Level 3+              Level 4+              Level 5+   Dis.   Abs.



     English                   93                    80                  32        0      0


  Mathematics                  94                    80                  34        0      0




Dis.=Disapplied under sections 364 and 365 of the Education Act 1996
Abs.= Failed to register due to absence




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                            Page 14
                      Special Education Needs
The Education Act of 1994 provided a Code of Practice for all local authorities and schools to
follow in respect of those children with Special Education Needs (included those identified as
‘gifted’).

There are five stages in the Code of Practice for schools as follows:


 Stage 1 - School Action
Teachers identify learning problems and provide extra help. If this is unsuccessful, then the
school’s SENCO is involved and more precise help is provided.

 Stage 2 – Formulation Of Individual Education Plan
The School formally involves parents in making provision for a child’s needs. An Individual
Education Plan (IEP) is put in place and reviewed each term.

 Stage 3 – School Action Plus
If the school’s approaches are unsuccessful, then support from outside agencies – the Local
Authority’s Support Service for example – is organised.

 Stage 4 – Multi Professional Assessment
If no progress has been made in resolving the child’s learning difficulties after Stages 1 and
2, then full scale assessment of the child’s physical and learning development and progress
are called for, leading to the possible issuing of a Statement of Needs.

 Stage 5 – Statement of Education Needs in place
Children placed on the new Code of Practice will be issued with Individual Education Plans
(IEPs) at every stage.

This school provides a teacher to co-ordinate work throughout the school for those children it
has identified as needing extra help.

Parents will, of course, be kept informed and involved at all stages if their children have
Special Education Needs, and will be offered regular opportunities to discuss their children’s
needs and progress with the Headteacher, the class teacher and the Special Needs Co-
ordinator.

All parts of the school are accessible to children with physical disabilities.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                    Page 15
                        Primary School Staff
Acting Headteacher             Miss Julie Quarrell

Teacher Staff

Foundation Unit                Mrs Sally Riley                    Head of FS
                               & Mrs Jane Crickmore

Year 1                         Mrs Nicola Peel

Year 2                         Mrs Laura Mitchell                 Head of KS1

Year 3                         Mrs Diana Drysch
                               & Mrs Louise Soper

Year 4/5                       Miss Kerry Hudson

Year 5                         Mrs Julie Tavender

Year 6                         Mr Steven Rose                     Deputy & Head of KS2

Support Teachers               Mrs Sally Eccleston                SENCo
                               Mrs Cheryl Reynard                 French

Teaching Assistants                                  School Business Manager
Mrs Louise Cartwright – HLTA                         Mrs Dawn Evans
Mrs Sandy Harpham – HLTA
Mrs Cherie Harris                                    Administration Officer
Mrs Sian Harris                                      Mrs Siobhan Stone
Mrs Kerry Hawkins
Mrs Sue O’Donnell                                    Caretaker
Mrs Lisa Richardson                                  Mr Adrian Winterbourne
Mrs Ros Sawyer
                                                     Kitchen Staff
(Foundation unit)                                    Mrs Pam Bowker
Nursery Nurse – Mrs Chris Tindall,                   Mr Wally Bowker
Mrs Syan Lavery,                                     Mrs Tracey Taylor
Mrs Tammy McIlwaine
                                                     Cleaners
Lunchtime Supervisors                                Mrs Kay Winterbourne
Mrs Kerry Hawkins                                    Mrs Tracey Taylor
Mrs Bev Ibell                                        Mrs Patsy Rockall
Mrs Teresa Macrae
Mrs Patsy Rockall                                    Lunchtime Supervisors
Mrs Ros Sawyer                                       (Foundation Unit)
                                                     Mrs Sam Dean
                                                     Mrs Michelle Gibbons

Chalgrove Community Primary School                                              Page 16
                           General Information
Home/School Agreement

As with everything, best results are achieved through a partnership approach. This is
particularly important with your child’s education and it is necessary for us to formalise this
by asking you to sign, and adhere to, a Home/School Agreement. This sets out a statement
of expectations and how both the School and you as a parent can work together to ensure
that your child develops a positive learning attitude and makes maximum progress at the
school.
We encourage homework throughout the year and ask parents to ensure that it is completed
promptly and neatly. If parents do feel in particular circumstances that their children are
having problems, then they should contact the class teacher.


School Uniform
There is a Uniform Policy: a full list is sent out to all new parents, but it is based on a Navy
Blue Sweatshirt (an approved sweatshirt with the school logo on it is available from the
School) or a Navy Jumper, White polo shirt, shirt or blouse. Black trousers or skirt, black or
dark coloured shoes (Not training shoes – unless for medical reasons). PE clothes are navy
or black shorts & plain white T shirt/ Polo shirt with plimsolls or trainers. Please ask the
School Secretary for a full version of our Uniform Policy.
All clothing should be named. Please don’t buy your child lace up shoes if s/he cannot yet tie
a bow!


In The Playground
The youngest children stay in the main area and courtyard. Older ones may play on the
paved area up the steps by the Community building. The end netball court is the playtime
football pitch, used on an age group rota basis. Balls are used only on that court, and tennis
balls are used by the games wall. Each age group uses the climbing equipment, which is
surrounded with a soft matting/grass surface to help ensure their safety; the grassed areas
and village recreation ground are used in dry weather. The children in the Foundation Stage
Class have the option to play in a separate area or to join our Key Stage 1 children.


Personal Property
Children are expected to be responsible for their own belongings. With this in mind we do
not encourage valuable items being brought into the school. Money should only be brought
in for visits or charity events and must be kept in a named envelope or purse. Jewellery
apart from the basics, i.e. watches, should not be worn. Stud earrings and rings are not
encouraged for safety reasons.

All items of jewellery MUST be removed for PE.
Earrings can be covered with tape if they cannot be removed.
Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                      Page 17
Behaviour
We use a positive system to reinforce good behaviour. Parts of the curriculum, which
reinforces this are PSHE, Collective Worship and our Values Education Programme.
Children work towards team points and gaining recognition for good behaviour in our Pat on
the Back Book. They also work towards certificates of excellence.

We have a clear set of guidelines issued in our Behaviour Policy; we expect parents to
support this policy.




Class Organisation
The School is organised around year groups. Classroom work is always focussed towards
the individual, and groups of ability are formed within the class for different subjects to
ensure that your children will make good progress throughout the year.

The teaching is based upon the National Curriculum and teachers plan work within their
Departments so that they can cater for all abilities.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                  Page 18
Emergency Contact Numbers
We need to ensure that parents keep us informed of their contact numbers in case of an
emergency. Please inform us if your contact details change.

Illness and absence
Please do not send your children to school if they are unwell. We would ask in the first
instance that you ring the school to let us know that they will be kept at home. This should
be followed on their return by a written explanation of their absence.

Please keep family holidays in term time to an absolute minimum. A maximum of two weeks
holiday per year may be granted; application forms are available from the School Secretary.

Medicine
We do not administer medicines in school and cannot store medicines on the premises.

Inhalers for asthma are kept in the classroom where the children can access them. They
should be clearly named. They are always to be taken to P.E. lessons and on visits, etc.

Head lice
Head lice turn up in every school at some point. We would therefore ask that you check your
child’s hair regularly, and if you do have a problem with them, please tell us so that we can
inform everyone to be vigilant and check their children’s hair.

Health Checks
Whilst your child is in Primary School, the following tests will be made:

Y1 Eye tests
Y6 Eye tests, including colour

Hearing tests can be carried out upon request, with parental permission, and general
development checks are pre-school, and thereafter upon request.

Charging for activities
Whilst it is acknowledged that visits undertaken as part of the National Curriculum cannot be
charged for, we do ask parents for a voluntary contribution towards these costs to help offset
some of the expenditure. Charges are levied for instrumental music tuition and hire/lease of
the instrument. Parents are asked to provide the recorder and relevant instrument book to
help their child’s progress.

Sometimes we ask for a contribution towards the cost of materials in crafts and cookery if
parents indicate a prior wish to own the finished product. Parents will also be required to pay
the full cost of repair of, or replacement for, any breakage or damage that has resulted from
a child misbehaving.

Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                     Page 19
         Friends of Chalgrove Primary School
Behind every school there is a committed group of individuals who do so much to raise funds
for the children. We are very fortunate to have such an enthusiastic group in the Friends of
Chalgrove School. Anyone can become a Friend: you don’t have to be a parent. The Friends
organise a wide range of social and fund raising activities in order to help provide the school
with extra facilities and equipment.

Major fundraisers include fetes, discos, non-uniform days, fashion shows and participation in
village events. The Christmas Draw sustains a travel fund, which enables us to supplement
the costs of trips and visits.

We welcome new ideas for activities or visits you would like to share with your child, if we
can organise them.

School Association (as at January 2010)

Joint Co-ordinators:            Alison Smith                890063
                                Kerry Rayment               (contact through school)
Treasurer:                      Amanda Snowden              (contact through school)


The Friends of Chalgrove School is a Registered Charity (find under Chalgrove Parent
Teacher Association, No 1121023).

                    School Association fundraising: Playtime Equipment.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                     Page 20
                        Complaints Procedure

Please arrange to see your child’s teacher in the first instance, if you have any concerns
about your child.

If the matter is unresolved, the Headteacher is always available to see you by appointment
to listen to your concerns and talk through the problem.

If you feel the matter is still not resolved to your satisfaction then you should contact the
Chair of the Governing Body, or write to the Clerk, to make a formal complaint:

Clerk of the Governing Body,
℅ Chalgrove School.


Formal Complaints to the Local Authority
Under Section 23(1) of the Education Reform Act, 1988, the Local Authority (LA) has
published its procedures for complaints about actions of governing bodies and the LA, with
regard to the curriculum, and this information is available through the School Office. Please
put your complaint in writing in the first instance.




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                   Page 21
           Chalgrove Primary Governing Body
The members of the Governing Body are elected for a four-year period. Governors normally
have a full meeting once a term. However, there are a number of committees that meet
regularly to plan and monitor progress throughout the school, Finance and Personnel issues.


                           The Governing Body as at January 2010
           Type                           Name                   Contact Address
                                                              9 Langley Road, Chalgrove
         LA (Chair)                     Judith Bennett
                                                                       890958
                                                                   15 Chapel Lane
   Community (Vice Chair)               Daniel Siddy                   890672


     Acting Head teacher                Julie Quarrell       ℅ Chalgrove School 890385


            Staff                       Steven Rose          ℅ Chalgrove School 890385

                                                               50 Hardings, Chalgrove
             LA                         David Turner
                                                                       891169
                                                              18 French Lawrence Way
             LA                         Neil Topping
                                                                      890650

           Parent                        Inayat Khan          22 French Laurence Way,
                                                                      400677

                                                             22 Langley Road, Chalgrove
           Parent                      Brendan Kromer
                                                                       400913

                                                                  34 Vicarage Close
           Parent                        Paul Rogers                   891722


           Parent                       Steve Strange            34 Brinkinfield Ave
                                                                      400651
                                                            19 Old London Road, Benson,
           Parent                       Adrian Soper
                                                               Wallingford OX10 6RR

                                                               7 Brookhampton Close,
         Community                      Sandra Tebby
                                                               Stadhampton 890790
                                                              28 French Laurence Way
         Community                     Mark Wasmuth                   891753

                                                                   59 High Street
 Clerk to the Governing Body          Rhiannon Fentimen               400274




Chalgrove Community Primary School                                                        Page 22
      School Term and Holiday Dates 2010/11


                                                    No.of Days


Term 1                       01/09/010 – 22/10/10   39
October holiday              23/10/10 – 1/11/10


Term 2                       1/11/10 – 17/12/10     35
Christmas holiday            18/12/09 – 04/01/10


Term 3                       04/01/11 – 18/02/11    34
February holiday             19/02/11 – 27/02/11


Term 4                       28/02/11 – 8/04/11     29
April holiday                9/04/11 – 2/05/11


Term 5                       3/05/11 – 27/05/11     19
Spring holiday               28/05/11 – 6/06/11


Term 6                       7/06/11 – 22/07/11     34


                                                    Total 190
                                                    Total 190




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