Dear Parents and Guardians,
It has been another fantastic week across the Federation and one that has given us the opportunity to reflect and really look back at how far we have all come, personally, as a family, as a community and as a country. Thursday 23rd March was National Day of Reflection and signified a year since the country went into its first lockdown back in March 2020.

Across the Federation we spent time together thinking about loved ones we may have lost, the brilliant work of our NHS and Critical Workers and we marvelled at the adaptability of the children and congratulated them on how resilient they have been. Our assembly theme was about ‘Friendship’ and we spoke about the special qualities our friends have, why we need them, how important they are and how we can be a good friend to others. I am sure like me, you are all looking
forward to meeting up with special friends in the future. In the meantime, enjoy your weekend with your families.

See you all on Monday,
Miss J. Concannon
Federation Headteacher

Goldsworth Trust – KFOS Remote Learning Survey

Dear Parents/Carers,
The Goldsworth Trust leadership and board of trustees would like to gain an insight into your child’s experience during the last lockdown and the quality of the remote learning provision. We would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill in this survey by clicking on the link below. We would like all responses in by the end of term, Thursday 1st April.

Please note: You do not need to fill the survey in if your child was in school during the lockdown.

We do hope your child(ren) have settled back into the routine of school life well and that they are enjoying their time back in the classroom with friends and teachers.

Many thanks in anticipation of your response.

With best wishes,
Gill Kozlowski
Goldsworth Trust CEO

End of Term – Staggered End Times

Nursery: 1.15 – 1. 25pm
Reception: 1.25pm
Year 1: 1.30pm
Year 2: 1.35pm
Year 4: 1.00pm
Year 3: 1.05pm
Year 5: 1.10pm
Year 6: 1.15pm

Surrey Day Children’s Competition

For this year’s Surrey Day, BBC Radio Surrey is looking for school children to sum up Surrey’s natural beauty in 60 seconds.

Children aged between 5 and 11, are asked to record a short audio file explaining what they love about Surrey’s nature or the challenges faced in the local environment. Maybe it is the beauty that has been discovered during lockdown on a local walk or maybe it will be about birds or wildlife.

Entries can be presented as a self-authored piece or as a mini news report. Primary school children can enter between the ages of 5 and 11.

There are two trophies and two one-year family passes for the Surrey Wildlife Centre for the overall winners in each of our age ranges: 5-8 years old, 9-11 years old. There is also an Adopt a Hedgehog Gift pack for the 5-8 year-olds and an Adopt an Otter Gift Pack for the 9-11 year-olds, from the Surrey Wildlife Trust.

There will be two runners up in each category, who will each receive a certificate. When the entry is recorded, parents or guardians are asked to email them across as an mp3, including the name and age of the child and a contact telephone number.

Entries will be open from Midnight Monday, 22 March 2021 to Midnight on Friday, 16 April 2021.

The email address for entries is

The winners will be announced on Surrey Day, on Saturday, 1 May 2021.

Only one entry per person please and children must be aged between 5 – 11 years old on the closing date of Friday, 16 April 2021 to enter this competition.

The winning entries will be played on BBC Radio Surrey.

For full Terms and Privacy Notice, visit BBC-Radio-Surrey-competition.

INSET DAYS 2021 – 2022

Wednesday 1st September 2021

Thursday 2nd September 2021

Monday 1st November 2021

Tuesday 4th January 2022

Monday 21st February 2022

Friday 8th July 2022

Our Red Nose Day Fundraiser!

Thank you all so much for contributing to our Red Nose Day Fundraiser. We have raised a total of £610 across the Federation and this will go to Comic Relief good causes.