Dear Parents and Guardians,

It has been wonderful to see the children so engaged and happy whilst at school this week. We started the week by continuing to think about our Federation value of Respect. We examined how our actions and body language can demonstrate respect to those around us. We linked politeness and manners to the physical acts we can do, to not only show kindness and consideration but to also demonstrate respect.

Mrs Jordan (our resident photographer) spent one day this week working across the Federation taking photographs of the children for our new website. Looking back at them (as I have the impossible task of trying to select) it is just so wonderful to see how truly happy the children are at school. The schools are alive again, filled with learning, love and laughter. The children have settled back into school brilliantly and they are all so eager to learn.

Staff have enjoyed the opportunity of meeting their colleagues again across the TRUST this week. They have started to think about ways in which they and the children can work together in the near future and we cannot wait to share some of our ideas with you shortly.

I hope you and your families have a wonderful Bank Holiday weekend and we look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Tuesday 4th May.

Best wishes,
Miss J. Concannon Federation Headteacher

Welcome to the Knaphill Federation Of Schools

This week we found out the names of all of the new children that will be joining us in Reception in September and the children continuing their Learning Journey into Year 3 at Knaphill School.

On behalf of all of the children, staff and Governing Board we would like to warmly welcome all of our new children to Knaphill. We will provide you with information about transition and induction days shortly. In the meantime,

Webinars for Parents and Guardians

Yvonne Newbold runs a series of webinars for parents of children with anxiety and challenging behaviour. They cost only £2.50 and topics include:

  • How to boost your SEND child’s self esteem
  • Understanding anxiety and how to reduce it in both you and your child
  • How to help and support a demand avoidant child
  • How to keep brothers and sisters safe and happy
  • Understanding childhood controlling behaviour and how to address it
  • How to get your child’s needs heard, understood and properly supported

See the website link below: