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Welcome everyone,

Sefton Park School is located in the Ashley Down area of North Bristol.  It is a combined infant and junior school.

Our school is an exciting place in which to learn and grow, where everyone is valued for who they are.  The Headteacher is Ms Jan Lonsdale.

Our approach is underpinned by the government’s ’Keeping children safe in education’ guidelines, which were revised in March 2015. Our child protection policy has been updated accordingly, and can be found on our Policies page with all other policies.

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Latest News

Welcome to Term 6. Our Summer Fair took place on Saturday 20 June, which had an environmental theme this year in honour of Bristol’s position as European Green Capital 2015.

As we approach the end of term 6 and the end of the school year we are looking ahead to September, hosting stay and play sessions for reception entrants and an information evening for their parents on 8 July.

Our annual summer picnic takes place next Wednesday after school, with cafe provided by our enthusiastic and very supportive PTA.

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Our latest newsletter provides lots of important information about events leading up to the end of the school year, as well as a round up of news from term 5, and updates on communications, governor structure and online payments.

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Our Term 5 update provides an insight into the activities that took place during May, which was national story telling month. We enjoyed a wonderful Spring display  to celebrate the May bank holiday, comprising artistic work from all year groups; including nests, cakes, colourful drawings and paintings, and poems.

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Our March newsletter contains all the latest news from Sefton Park School, including exciting recruitment news, a communications update and a round up of all that has gone on during term 4.

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We had a lot of fun celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 5th March, including visits by a number of different year groups to our new Bell tent in the nursery garden, generously funded by our PTA. More information on recent fundraising activity is available in our March update below.

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We had a busy start to term 4, recrutiing for a number of current vacancies and announcing some exciting changes to our lunchtime provision. 

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Our February newsletter provides all the news from Term 3, including a number of news items that evidence our aim of ’Being and doing our very best’.

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Previous newsletters can be found in the Parents’ Information.section of our website.

Parent Help

If you have any spare time and would like to make a contribution to the school we have created a list below. We are always tremendously grateful of any help from Parents and Carers.

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Latest Sefton Park School News

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21 May 15 - Sefton Park wins Deki Tenner Trophy
Sefton Park school has been awarded the Deki Tenner Trophy for being the school with the highest amount of money raised during last year's Deki...

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3 Nov 14 - Sefton Park excels at Bristol Schools maths challenge
Congratulations to four of our wonderful year 6’s who took part in a Bristol schools maths challenge. There were three rounds of various difficult mathematical...

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30 Sep 14 - Record breaking fundraising for DEKI
Earlier this year, 143 children from years 3, 4 and 5 took part in the Deki Tenner Tournament. Groups of children turned a £10 loan...

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