Stars Of The Week

Our Stars of the Week this week are:

Reception A  Everyone in Reception A
Reception M  All of Reception M 
J1H  The Whole class
J2G  All of J2G
J2B  All of J2B
J3H  Malachi 
J3V  All of Junior 3V
J4S  All of J4S
J4R  All of J4R
J5W  All of J5W
J5L  Grace
J6V  All the prizewinners
J6H  All the prizewinners

Congratulations to them all!

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Grandparents and Parishioners Enjoy Crackley Cream Tea

Crackley Hall welcomed grandparents and parishioners to school yesterday for a special afternoon cream tea. Organised by Crackley Hall’s Mini Vinnies, the junior arm of the charity St Vincent de Paul Society, the community cream tea is a favourite on the school calendar and the children were delighted to be able to welcome their visitors to the school.

The guests gathered in the School Hall which reverberated with friendly chatter and the clink of china, as teapots and plates piled high with scones, strawberries, jam and cream were carefully served.

Alongside their tea, our guests enjoyed a programme of entertainment as pupils from across the school took turns to perform. From the School Orchestra to the Chamber Choir as well as a number of individual solo performances, all of the children performed with confidence and panache much to the delight of the audience.

There was also plenty of time to chat and the pupils from Junior 5 and Junior 6 enjoyed talking to the older generations as they enjoyed their tea.

Mr Duigan, Headmaster, popped in to welcome everyone to the school and to thank Mrs Simmonds for helping the Mini Vinnies organise the community event.

It was as always, a lovely afternoon and our Mini Vinnies’ Crackley Cream Tea for our local community was clearly thoroughly enjoyed by all.

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Crackley Hall Learns How To Be Road Safe

Crackley Hall welcomed Louise from Warwickshire Safe and Active Schools on Tuesday 28 June. Louise delivered an informative and interactive assembly on road safety. Her session focused on keeping safe whether on the road, in a vehicle or out at play.

It is never too early to start learning the road safety code and developing awareness of the small steps we can all take to be road safe. Whether remembering to hold hands or just being dressed to be seen, wearing your seatbelt or choosing a safe place to play. Louise delivered her important messages in a fun and engaging way.

The assembly improved the children’s road awareness and provided a great base on which to build future skills. Louise will be returning to school next year to deliver more age specific training across the different year groups.

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It's Been A Wow Year For Isaac


Isaac recently represented Warwickshire in the LTA county cup qualifiers in Repton, playing against three other counties. He went on to win all of his matches, helping the Warwickshire U9 boys reach the finals.

The team then headed to the amazing Tennis Centre at Bath University where they played the other top counties in the country and they finished in 3rd place, taking home the bronze medal. This was an incredible achievement following a year of training and hard work to maintain his county place.


Isaac secured a small part in a new Christmas movie coming out on Netflix this December Christmas on Mistletoe Farm. He had a wonderful experience filming a Christmas movie during the heatwave over the Easter break!


Isaac (and his brother, ex-Crackley pupil Henry) joined the Royal Shakespeare this month. Following some pretty tough auditions, they wwere chosen to perform as Prince York and Prince Edward in Richard III this season at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford-On-Avon. Isaac will be busy with the play until the beginning of October.

Well done!

Summer Holiday Club

Holiday club will run from Monday 11 July until Wednesday 31 August 2022 (excluding 29 August).

It will be open from 8.15am to 5.45pm each day, and will cost £35 per child. Hot lunch will be provided.

Holiday club will only operate on the days where there are sufficient numbers to open, therefore it is important for you to book early, as we may not be able to accommodate last minute bookings, due to staff ratios. If you have booked a day and the numbers attending are not high enough, you will be contacted to either cancel or rearrange the day booked.

Please book via the Holiday Club email address -

Thank you.

Mathlete Of The Week

Mathlete of the week for Mrs Hardwick's class is the whole class

Mathlete of the week for Mrs Glen-Root's class is Aaryan and Will

Mathlete of the week for Mrs Burley's class is Archie

Mathlete of the week for Mrs Van Zyl's class is all of Junior 3V

Mathlete of the week for Mrs Holmes' class is Leo

Mathlete of the week for Mr Stedeford's class is the whole of my maths class

Well done all!