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  • Paul Lyalls visits KRPS for National Writing Day 2017

    Published 22/06/17

    National Writing Day 2017

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  • Alert: Water!

    Published 21/06/17

    Please ensure your child has a water bottle for school and takes this to Fit4Sport or their after school club.  Thank you.

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  • Chestertons Revamp the Lobby

    Published 21/06/17

    A team from Chestertons visited the school today under the guidance of Helen and Serena (our library heroes!).  This time, the school lobby area was the target area.  The result?  Well, come and see!

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  • Kew Riverside's Twitter Feed

    Published 14/06/17

    The school's new Twitter Account is: @KRPS2039

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  • Farewell Olivia!

    Published 26/05/17

    The time has come to say goodbye to Olivia!

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  • PGL 2017

    Published 26/05/17

    PGL 2017 is coming to a close...

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  • Terrorist Attacks - Explaining to children

    Published 23/05/17

    Helpful guidance from the BBC Website.

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  • Lions arrive at PGL - Day One

    Published 23/05/17

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  • Cyclists Embark!

    Published 19/05/17

    Kew Riverside Fundraisers set off on their 250+ mile quest

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  • International Day 2017

    Published 21/04/17

    This is our second year, celebrating the diversity of our children and their families.

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  • Safeguarding Advice - Parliament Attack

    Published 23/03/17

    Thursday 23rd March 2017

    Dear Parents and Carers

    I wanted to send a short message to you all following the terrible events in London yesterday.

    This morning, the children from Monkey, Crocodile, Rhino and Lion classes were all spoken to by their teachers and given a chance to voice any worries or concerns they may have.  We used the guidance set out in the BBC Newsround website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002) which is child-friendly and factual.  For our younger children, in Giraffes, Zebras and Elephants, we felt that we would deal with issues when and if they arose.

    Over the next few days and weeks, the children may witness news items on TV or images in newspapers.  Therefore, we decided to spend this time to enlighten the children where necessary about the facts and to counter any misinformation or prejudicial comments that can sometimes come to light when there is a lack of understanding.  

    If you have any concerns regarding this, please contact me as soon as possible.

    Kind regards

    Darren Norman

    Headteacher

    Kew Riverside Primary School

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