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Parent Surveys

We are really keen to hear what parents think about Unity and any suggestions for improvement. We would like each family to complete a questionnaire. We will have a coffee morning from 8.45am on Thursday 3 March to help parents complete…

World Book Day

On Thursday 3 March it is World Book Day. Children will enjoy a day of activities based around books and everyone is encouraged to come to school dressed as their favourite book character!

Breakfast Club

A free breakfast club will start on Monday 25 January. Children need to be brought to the main school entrance between 8.15 – 8.35am. Toast, fruit and milk will be offered for breakfast. Children will be taken to classes at…

New Parent Governors

We are really pleased to announce that Faraj Edghiem and Anna Satiroglu are our new parent governors. We look forward to welcoming them at the next governing body meeting.

Meet our Family Support Worker

Victoria Marley, the new family support worker for Big Life Schools, started at Unity on Monday. This half-term she will be at Unity on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. She is looking forward to getting to know all of our families…

Unity’s first Nativity

The Nativity was a great success with all children being involved. Very clear speaking and beautiful singing from all the children, quite an achievement! Thanks to all the parents, friends and governors who came to show their support.

EAL classes

The language class for parents who want to improve their English language skills has begun. It will run every Monday morning from 9am for at least 20 school weeks. Please come along on Monday!

The owls are coming!

Reception children have been doing lots of work about owls over the last few weeks. Today a visitor is bringing several types of owls to meet the children. We are all very excited! Look out for the photos in a…

We made it…

After a whole Summer of getting Unity Primary School ready we are open to welcome our first round of learners on the 2nd September 2015. We are please to have a reception class and a Year 1/Year 2 combined class, each accommodating 30 children. Lets hope…