The whole school attendance for the week 01.03.19 is 96.9% and the class winner is Y2 and Y6 98.7%


The whole school attendance for the week 15.2.19 is 96.9% and the class winner is Y2 99.3%

MOMO Challenge

As you are probably aware the 'momo challenge' is appearing while using the internet.  This includes You Tube videos and popular gaming apps.  An email has been sent to parents/carers today highlighting this issue.  Please pop in to school and speak to staff if you have any concerns. 


The whole school attendance for week 01.02.19 is 97.1% and the class winner is Y6 97.2%


The whole school attendance for the week 25.01.19 is 97.3% and the class winner is Y4 98.7%


The whole school attendance for the week 18.01.19 is 97.3% and the class winner is Y4 99.3%


The whole school attendance for the week 11.01.19 is 97.3% and the class winner is Y5 98.6%

Christmas raffle

A huge thank you to all our parents and carers for their support in our raffle and Christmas 101.


Congratulations to our winners:


Julian -  Dinner for two at Radisson Blu Hotel

Larissa - Hamper

Mollie - Hamper

Harry - Smart watch

Joshua - Champneys Body Kit

Callum - David Beckham Instinct

Layla - Tatoo Kit

Oliver - Line up game

Scarlett - Fantastic Face painting

Charlie -Classic train set

Logan - Jigsaws

Jayden - Cosy travel mug

Amelia - Eat Better Live Longer book

Layton - Autograph Perfumes

May - Kenwood Smooothie Maker

Dylan - Pop figure

Isaac - Pink fizz and bubbles shower gels

Jacob - Spa Kit Baylis and Harding


The whole school attendance for the week 30.11.18 is 97.3% and the class winner is F2 99.8%

Head Lice

It is that time of year again! The bugs seem to be out and about, so we thought we would take the opportunity to remind you about how you can help to keep head lice at bay. If you would like anymore support please nip into school and we will gladly help.

Please remember that every egg must be taken out of the hair as they hatch every three days and the cycle starts all over again.

Please see December letters to parents for further information.

Lest Forget Newsletter

Our Lest Forget Newsletter is now available in the Newsletter section of the website in 2018 Newsletters.


The whole school attendance for the week 23.11.18 is 97.2% and the class winner is F2 99.8%

Wonderful News - Poppies of Red Diary of Events


‘Poppies of Red’ was written on 24th November 2017 not long after last year’s Remembrance Day.  Mrs Salloway wrote the song after walking around school and seeing the school poppy garden and the remembrance displays up in school.  The song was also created to mark the centenary year of the end of WW1 (1918 to 2018) and to teach children why people wear poppies and to thank all our Service men and women for the sacrifice they paid. 

During the months of April to June 2018 the song was produced in Mrs Salloway’s home studio, as well as this our wonderful children started to learn to sing the song.  Once production was finished, on a very hot day on 28th June the children were recorded during a school assembly.  The song was then mixed and finished in the studio during June and July.  

Once it was finished, on 30th July Poppies of Red was entered into The Royal British Legion’s Thank You Creative Competition in the Music Category and on 6th August, it was released on all music stores as a charity single, raising money for The Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes.  

During September, Poppies of Red was played on Radio Nottingham and featured in the Nottingham Evening Post and Eastwood and Kimberley Advertiser, it was also played on BFBS Forces Radio several times.

On 16th October we found out the amazing news that our school song had come 3rd out of over 1,100 entries in the Royal British Legion’s National competition!  What an achievement for our children and school – a huge well done to everyone involved in making this happen!  We couldn’t be prouder.  The school will feature in the written Festival of Remembrance Programmes taking place in London on Sat, 10th Nov.  This event is televised by the BBC and The Royal Family will be in attendance.  


CD sales have reached a whopping £600 and we haven’t yet finished fund raising.  The final total will be given at the end of November.  All monies raised are going to The Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes. 


‘Poppies of Red’ was performed by the whole school at our Harvest Festival event in October.

On Sunday, 28th October the school choir performed the song at The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance at Mansfield Palace Theatre in front of approx. 500 people. Well done to all the children– you made us very proud, your performance was absolutely brilliant!  We managed to raise £100 on the night from CD sales. 

On 5th November, some children from the school choir also performed at Morrisons store in Eastwood.  The school raised £170 in about 45 minutes - this was absolutely incredible!  It was an honour to sing in the community and many people were really impressed with the children’s singing.  Some people were a little emotional; there weren’t many dry eyes around.

On 10th November the school choir will perform at Greasley Sports Centre, at a School’s WW1 event.  The children are singing Poppies of Red, The Friendship Song, as well as one of our Year 6 boys who will be singing We’ll Meet Again.  Everyone welcome, 5 pm start.

The children have also been asked to sing at St Mary’s Church in Eastwood on Remembrance Sunday at 9.30 am to 10.30 am. Everyone is welcome to the service.


Link to Royal British Legion website

Link to Nottingham Evening Post website



The whole school attendance for the week 19/10/18 is 97.1%.

Poppies of Red

Please download our wonderful school song Poppies of Red to commemorate the centenary year of the end of WW1.  For all music store links go to, alternatively you can purchase a CD from Reception for £3 each.   All proceeds are going to The Royal British Legion and Help the Heroes. 

Link to article in Nottingham Evening Post

I'm sure you will agree, the children sound wonderful! We are so proud of what they have achieved. 

Parenting Programme at Sure Start

Having difficulty with your child's behaviour? 

A 5 week Parenting Programme is being run at Eastwood Children's Centre, Chewton Street starting Thursday 20th September.  1pm-3pm.  A creche will be available.

To enquire about a place please call Christine Richmond 01159774574 or 07834008160



The whole school attendance for the week 25/7/18 is 96.1%


The whole school attendance for the week 13/7/18 is 96.1%


The whole school attendance for the week 22.6.18 is 96.2% and the class winner is Y3 and Y5 98.7%

School Closure for Julie Duncan's funeral

Please remember that out of deep respect for Julie Duncan school will be closed on Tuesday 26th June. 

Cancelled Chinese Restaurant

Out of respect for Julie Duncan, our next restaurant will be a fundraiser for her 'Meet and Greet' room. This will include all of her favourite foods.  Due to this please accept our apologies but the chinese restaurant will be cancelled this Thursday. We will let you know a new date very soon. 


The whole school attendance for the week 18.5.18 is 96.3% and the class winner is Y3 98%

Semi-Finals Plate Football Match

11th May 2018
Springbank  3     vs    Kimberley  1
Great news! Can't wait for the finals in June!


The whole school attendance for the week 04/05/18 is 96.3% and the class winner is Y4 100%. Well done!


The whole school attendance for the week 27.4.18 is 96.3% and the class winner is Y4 100%. Well done!

Year 3 and 4 Indoor Athletics at Hall Park

Springbank children today are competition winners and have been invited to the Level 3 County finals towards the end of the summer term (dates TBC).  We are so proud, well done to every child who participated.

Show Racism The Red Card at Notts County 17.04.18- Year 5

What an amazing learning experience for our year 5 children. The knowledge and understanding about the term racism gained was outstanding! This afternoon we visited the Notts County ground and got to meet the following four professional football players:

Shloa Ameobi- Notts County striker

Liam Noble- Notts County midfielder

Kevin George- Played for West Ham and Charlton Athletics

Jason Lee- Played for Nottingham Forest

The children listened to guest speakers, watched an educational film and got involved in a press conference, where they got to ask questions relating to racism to the panel of players. Every child got autographs from the players and a special well done to Lexi G and Connor W for coming 1st and 2nd in the panel's favourite questions. We just had time to take a class photograph inside the ground after being able to walk through the player's tunnel. 


The whole school attendance for the week 23.3.18 is 96.3% and the class winner is Y5 100%. Well done!

Football Match 26 March 2018

Springbank vs Brinsley football match.
Well done Springbank with another win!

Year 3/4 football tournament at Eastwood FC

On Monday 19th March 2018 our Year 3/4 A team won the whole tournament playing against four other schools. This is the second trophy Year 3/4 have taken back to Springbank in the school year 2017-2018. What an amazing achievement! Well done.

Jayden M, Jayden W, Alfie T, Conrad H and Callum A

We are extremely proud of our all of our Year 3,4,5 and 6 tournament players over the last two days. Great effort and STARFISH sportsmanship shown. 


The whole school attendance for the week 12.1.18 is 96%

All Around the World It's Christmas Time

You can now download our wonderful Springbank Christmas Charity Single 'All Around the World it's Christmas Time' on itunes, google play and amazon.  See links here to the single.  Monies going jointly to New Horizon Church Charity Projects and to school to do more music projects.  Merry Christmas and enjoy our amazing singing!  x



Thank you for your support. 


The whole school attendance for the week 01.12.17 is 95.9% and the class winner is Y3 98%. Well done!

E-Safety Breakfast

On Wednesday 6th December at 9am we are hosting an Internet Safety breakfast for all parents/carers. We have a visitor from the NSPCC in to talk to us about how to keep our children safe online. All are welcome to join us.  


The whole school attendance for the week 17.11.17 is 95.8% and the class winner is Y6 96.6%. Well done!

Year 3/4 Football Tournament 23.11.17

Well done for winning the football tournament  against Larkfields Junior School.
Springbank A    7  -  1      Larkfields A
Springbank B    7  -  3      Larkfields B
The children were awarded with individual medals and a trophy. We are super proud of you all!


The whole school attendance for the week 3/11/17 is 95.6% and the class winner is F2 98.7% and Y3 98.7%. Well done!

Cross Country and Football Tournament

A huge well done to all our children that took part in the Cross Country and Football Tournament this week.  We are especially proud of Brendan McRae (Y5) for reaching the Cross Country Finals in 4th Place.  The final is going to take place on 3rd February at Wollaton Park.  We can't wait. 

Sponsored Walk

A big thank you to all our children and parents who helped us raise £528 on our sponsored walk.  We all had a wonderful time. 


The whole school attendance for the week 06/10/17 is 95.7% and the class winner is Y4 99.3%. Well done!


The whole school attendance for the week 22/9/17 is 95.7% and the class winner is Y5 98%. Well done!

School Menu

Our school menu for September is in the important information section of the website.


The whole school attendance for the week 14th July 2017 is 96% and the class winner is F2 98.7%. Well done!


The whole school attendance for the week 7th July 2017 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y5 100%. Well done!

Outdoor Learning Week

Please see the Wider Curriculum section of the website to view pictures of our Outdoor Learning week commencing 17.07.17.


The whole school attendance for the week 30.6.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is F2 98.6 and Yr 6 98.6%. Well done!

University of Nottingham visit by Year 2

We have just received a telephone call from Emma at the University of Nottingham,

She wanted to pass on her thanks to the Year 2 children, she described them as a credit to the school and said that the manners and behaviour of the children was impeccable


 The whole school attendance for the week 23/6/17 is 96.3% and the class winner is F2 99.4%. Well done!


Our whole school attendance for the week 16.6.17 is 96% and the class winner is Y6 100%. Well done!

Snap Chat Warning

We have been given the following warning:


Snapchat have introduced a new tracker in the update where you can view the exact location of your friends.  It can give you the area, town and street and if you zoom in enough, it shows the house on the street layout. 


If your children are on Snapchat please check that their location settings are set to Ghost mode.


To do this make sure the app is the updated version and go to selfie mode on the camera. Then zoom out.  It will give you the option of changing who can see your location.


Please follow the link attached for more information. BBC Snap Chat Warning

Football Festival Brookhill Leys

What a pleasure it was to take some Y1 and Y2 children to a football festival this afternoon (14th June) at Brookhill Leys. The talent shown was amazing and it was brilliant to witness true sportsmanship throughout the afternoon. Our KS1 superstars won every game. The scores were: 2-0, 2-1 and 5-0. WOW! Well done. Miss Keetch. 


The whole school attendance for the week 26.5.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is F2 96.7% and Y4 96.7%.  Well done!

Girls Football Team.

Girls Football Results


Springbank   vs    Awsworth       5-0

Springbank   vs    Hollywell         0-3

Springbank   vs    Larkfields        0-1

Brilliant event girls and well done for representing Springbank Primary at our first ever girls football competition.


The whole school attendance for the week 19.5.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y2 100%.  Well done!


The whole school attendance for the week 12.5.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y3 100% and Y6 100%.  Well done!

Message from our Chair of Governors - Mrs Carroll

Education is all about progress - teaching children in the best way to allow them to get better at 'things' - all sorts of 'things'. As a governor, one of my roles is to look for evidence within school of any progress made.
One area that I feel the Springbank team has excelled at recently, and is enabling individual children and groups of children to make great progress in, is creating self-confidence. I have witnessed this on a number of recent visits into school, to assemblies, sports events, committee meetings and governor monitoring visits.
Our children are confident enough to speak in assemblies, in front of staff, parents, and the other children, to tell of their personal achievements. They sing with confidence, and increasing numbers are bold enough to sing solos, or play their musical instruments with little sign of nervousness.
Our football team now has the self-belief and confidence in each other, to compete well against other teams, as they proved recently in a 6-0 victory, and a closely fought 1-0 defeat. They no longer expect to lose, but show great sportsmanship if they do. I believe this is true of our teams in other sports too, such as netball and cricket, and of the children who compete  at events such as the District Sports athletics competition, where medals are now being won more frequently.
I recently spent an hour with one of Ms Dunn's accelerated reader groups, where the children spoke extremely confidently about their enjoyment of the scheme, about the books they were reading, and which books they would like to read next. They were not daunted by me being there, and were very keen to speak to me about why they thought this programme was helping them to become more confident readers.
We now have pupil associate members on our governing board, a small group of year 6 pupils who join us at a children's committee to bring the views of the children on how to improve the school. I am very proud of the way they conduct themselves, as they show a high level of maturity and self-confidence, and are able to bring ideas and ask questions in a very professional manner. I am looking forward to our next full governing board meeting in July where their representatives will present a report on the year 6 SATS results.
These are just a few examples of the progress being made in boosting the confidence of Springbank's pupils. It is evident in all year groups throughout school, and will help our children to have the self-belief to aim high, and achieve their ambitions in the future.
Claire Carroll
Chair of Governing Board


The whole school attendance for the week 5th May 2017 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y6 97.7%


The whole school attendance for the week 28.4.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y4 99.3%




 The whole school attendance for the week 21.4.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is F2 100%


The whole school attendance for the week 31.3.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y4 96.5%

SAT's Week

Just a reminder that Year 6 SAT's are Monday 8th May to Thursday 11th May, please note that it is essential that ALL year 6 children attend this week.

School Dinners

Just to let you know there will be a price increase for school dinners from Tuesday the 18th April, children's meals £2.29 and adult meals £2.75.

Thank you Heather Roper


The whole school attendance for the week ending 24.03.17 is 96.2% and the class winner is Y1 100%

Egg Rolling

Egg Rolling will take place in the school hall along with the Easter Raffle, (Mr Lumley is very eggcited). All parents/carers welcome.  There will also be refreshments available throughout the day in the staffroom, as well as a cake stall, so please come and join us for the fun! See timetable below for your child’s class time.


9:00 F1                  1:00 F1

9:30 F2                  1:30 Y3

10:00 Y2                2:00 Y5

10:45 Y1                2:30 Y6

11:15 Y4

11:45 We can do it group 


The whole school attendance for the week ending 03.03.17 is 96.2% and the class winner is Y6 99.4%


Congratulations Jodie!

Jodie has written a friendship song based on our STARFISH Values, it is so good that we

all sing it in our assemblies. Thank you so much Jodie. It is good to have a composer within

our school family.

The Friendship Song

Oh oh oh oh oh oh ooo x2

I’m your friend and you’re mine too x2

Let’s see everybody hand in hand

Let’s sing it out loud and proud x2

Friendship, friendship it’s the key to life x3

And if we didn’t have it, how would we live?

Football Team win

Congratulations to our school football team who have beat Brookhill Ley's 6-0 in a cup match and they are now through to the semi final.


Well done Springbank.


The whole school attendance for the week ending 10.02.17 is 96.1% and the class winner is Y2 99.4%


 The whole school attendance for the week ending 03/02/17 is 96.3% and the class winner is Y3 98.6%


The whole school attendance for the week ending 20th Janaury is 96.3% and the class winner is Y4 with 100%


Whole school attendance for the week ending 13/1/17 is 96.2% and the class winner is F2 with 99.4%


The whole school attendance for the week ending 06.01.17 is 96.3% and the class winner is F2 100% and Year 2 100%

Message from the King

Please thank the children and staff for such a warm welcome they gave to me today. I really enjoyed the Nativity play in the church and the Christmas dinner. The children were all so well behaved and really enthusiastic despite having to have to remember all their words from before Christmas because of the fire.
Santa left me clear instructions about giving the presents out because he was unable to do so in December, but it was a good day to do this as it was Epiphany. The children were very well mannered. He says he hopes to be with you next December and he is looking forward to it.
Once again WELL DONE to everyone and here's to a good 2017 for all at Springbank Primary School.
Love from
The King


The whole school attendance for the week ending 16/12/16 is 96.2% and the class winner is Year 2 with 100%



Message from Miss Leonard

I am so happy that we get to keep the Christmas spirit going for that little while longer. We will be showcasing the fantastic nativity on 6th January.  I cannot wait to show you how amazing it is.  The children have worked so hard! After the performance we will get to fill our bellies with our legendary Christmas dinner.  Merry Christmas everyone! See you in 2017.

Message from Santa

Dear children, soooo sorry to hear about what has happened at your school and because of that, my grotto and your nativity play as well as your Christmas dinner have had to be cancelled.  I am sure that your teachers will be able to give you the presents I have left for you, but I am sorry I will not be able to visit you this year as I have other schools to visit and can't get another day before Christmas.  I look forward to being with you next year.  Love Santa.  Ho Ho Ho!!


The whole school attendance for the week ending 02/12/16 is 96.3% and the class winners are Year 2 and Year 4 with a joint percentage of 99.3%

Timing of the school day

Can everybody please note that from January 4th 2017 the timing of the school day will alter at the end of the day.


This is following a request from a number of parents who have children in different classes across school. The Governing Body approved this change at their November meeting. Please note that Key Stage 1 playtimes will be extended to 20 minutes in the morning and afternoon to compensate for this.

Thank you to all parents who requested this change - your views are very important to us and we will always try to help if we can.


The whole school attendance for the week ending 25/11/16 is  96.2% and the class winner is Year 4 with 99.3%




The whole school attendance for the week ending 18/11/16 is  96.1% and the class winner is Year 6 with 98.1%


The whole school attendance for the week ending 11/11/16 is  96.3% and the class winner is Year 4 with 98.7%

Cashless System

From Tuesday 4th October 2016, we will be operating a cashless system. Any change due for collection will be saved in the school office for you to collect from Mrs Roper. Can parents/carers/children also ensure tuck- shop money is taken to the office. Thank you this will support our teaching and learning.

Gold award for PE

Springbank Primary School have done it again!  We are very proud to announce that we have received the school games Gold mark for 2015/16 for our commitment, engagement and delivery of competitive school sport.  This is the second year that we have achieved this award, a huge well done to Miss Keetch and the children of Springbank for all their hard work.

Cricket Competition

Wow! This afternoon our Year 6 (Mr Waller's Class) won the Eastwood Schools Kwik Cricket Tournament against 3 other schools. They have received 20 tickets to watch a professional cricket match at the Trent Bridge Cricket Ground in Nottingham. Amazing achievement!

Our Year 7 children came third out of 4 schools.

District Sports 2016

We can't wait to compete in this years District Sports at Harvey Hadden today (21st June) the children are limbered up and ready to bring back some 1st, 2nds or 3rds. The results will be published in the PE document section of the website, and look out for photographs in the photograph section as well.  Miss Keetch.

Strawberry High Tea

Don't forget on Thursday we are holding our Scrumptious Strawberry High Tea event. A table can be booked at 4:00, 5:00 or 5:45 for a traditional or gentleman's afternoon tea.  If you would like to book on to this popular event please ask at reception for a booking form.   This coincides with the children visiting the Tennis Club, if you would like to join your child during their session at the tennis club, the time slots are:

Year 3  Miss Birch         10:00

Year 4  Miss Beeching   10:30

Year 7  Mr Lumley        11:00

Year 6  Mr Waller         1:00

Year 2  Miss Leonard    1:30

Year 5  Mr Moulds        2:00 

INSET days

We have our four inset days for staff on Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th and Thursday 9th June.  Therefore school will reopen for children on Friday 10th June at 8am.

Sports day

This year’s Sports Day will be held on the 27th of May 2016. Potted Sports will start from 10.00am and all parents, carers, friends and family are more than welcome to come and support their children. F1 morning children will be taking part in Potted Sports activities within the Early Year’s outdoor area. F1 afternoon children will be taking part in their Potted Sports activities within the Early Year’s outdoor area from 1.00pm.

In the afternoon the competitive races will start at 1.00pm until 1.45pm with F2, Year 1 and Year 2 participating first. Year 3 and Year 4 will start at 1.45pm-2.30pm then Year 5 and Year 6 will be 2.30pm-3.15pm.

Whilst the children are not in the competition, we will have our very own cinema in the hall.

Summer Picnic

Just a reminder that Thursday 19th May 2016 is our Summer Picnic. We will be having a lunchtime disco and refreshments will be available for parents/carers before lunchtime in the staffroom.

Let's Get Healthy Days

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday of this week are Let's Get Healthy Days. Children in F2, Y1, Y3, Y4, Y5, and Y6 are taking part in local walks each morning. Please remember to ensure your child comes in sensible shoes for walking and has a coat.

London Marathon

We are very proud of Miss Topley who is running the London Marathon tomorrow for the NSPCC charity. Her race number is 53710 and using the london marathon website, her progress can be tracked as she runs.  All of her Springbank family wish her the very best in this very difficult task that she has undertaken. 

National Dance Week

As part of National Dance Week, on Monday 25th April, children will be experiencing and learning about different styles of dance during their P.E. Session with Miss Binch.


Year 6 SAT’s week will be from Monday 9th May to Thursday 12th May, please note that it is essential that all Year 6 children attend this week.

Whilst the Year 6 children are taking their SATs all other children in school will be taking part in the Geography field trips to ensure that the school is quiet for the testing sessions.

A letter will go out to Year 6 parents/carers nearer this time to explain in detail how the tests are administered.


Year 6 Easter School

Y6 Easter School - All Year 6 children are invited to attend the Easter School on Thursday 14th April and Friday 15th April for one, or both, days. There will be members of staff available to tutor your child in preparation for their SATs. The sessions will begin at 9:30am and end at 2:30pm.

School mobile

Further to the text that was sent out on Wednesday 2nd March.  Please find below details of the school mobile that is soley to be used by parents/carers to send text messages to school. Only use this number for messages if you need to speak to someone in school please use the school number.

School mobile number: 07494177347 (text)

School number: 01773762277 (phone)

Thank you - we hope this will help all of us by giving another form of home-school comminication.

Safer Internet Day

We celebrated Safer Internet Day on the 9th February. This years theme is 'Play your part for a better internet' we are doing activities across school to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people. Look out for the photographs which will be on our gallery soon.

Financial Consultant visit

After a recent visit by our Financial Consultant to monitor the Schools Financial Values Standards (SFVS).  Out of 25 standards all 25 were met.  An achievement to be celebrated.  There were no follow up recommendations.

Active Kids Paralympic Challenge 2016

We are now very proud to be registered with the Active Kids Paralympic Challenge 2016 provided by Sainsburys. 

The Active Kids Paralympic Challenge will create the opportunity for young people across the country to take part and increase their understanding of Paralympic sport. Every registered school will receive free Paralympic Challenge sports equipment which you can then use to take on the challenges that will be issued in the months leading up to Rio 2016. 

Winter Wonderland Picnic

We are having a Winter Wonderland Picnic on Thursday 21st January 2016. We will be having a lunch time disco and there will be refreshments and nibbles available for parents/carers before lunch in the staff room. Please come and join us if you can. An adult picnic meal is only £2.58

After school clubs

Just a reminder that after school clubs will finish on Friday 11th December and restart Monday 18th January 2016.


Congratulations to the following students of Springbank Primary School for passing their Speech Grade Exams.

Entry 2 Junior Grade Two

Susanna Cook – Merit +

Rebecca Jones – Merit +

Jasmine Johnson – Distinction

Seth Fiddyment – Distinction

Entry 3 Junior Grade Three

Lily Huang – Distinction

Amy Davis – Merit +

Jamie Brown – Distinction

November is RE Month

We are very excited that November is our RE month, there will be lots of events and celebrations in school.

Halloween disco - A HUGE THANK YOU

WOW! This year for our Halloween disco with the help of all staff, parents and carers, we raised a magnificent £456.95.This money will now help us to buy two more IPADs for the children to use within school.

Well done Springbank Football team

A huge well done to Springbank Football Team who drew 1-1 against Awsworth Primary School today 21st October.

Keep up the hard work boys, amazing STARFISH- Sportsmanship. The best we have seen you play so far!

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