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Godolphin Infant School

Godolphin

Infant School

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  • 19/07/17

    Free summer activities in Salt Hill Park

    Throughout August in Slough there are a number of free activities to take advantage of. Please click on the link below to see the brochure and further details.
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  • 11/07/17

    New News Story

    A variety of sports, activities and much more held on Wednesday 2nd August 12-4pm at Salt Hill Park    
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  • 20/06/17

    AMMA Coffee mornings are up and running

    Autism Mothers Managing Autism  coffee mornigns are now running
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  • 14/06/17

    Active Slough timetable

    Active Slough is a Slough Council project that has been tasked with providing children with a broad and interesting programme of sport and physical activity which is available regardless of age or ability .
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  • 06/06/17

    Godolphin Infant School Sports Festival

    Godolphin Infants, working in partnership with PSD (Primary Sporting Development), has organised a community sports festival
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  • 25/04/17

    KS1 Sats parent's workshop

    On Tuesday 25th April Miss Papworth held a parent explaining Year 2 SATs.
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  • 14/03/17

    New News Story

    The NSPCC’s Speak out. Stay safe. programme is visiting our school to make sure our pupils have the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.
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  • 10/02/17

    Coffee mornings coming soon...

    Come and join our coffee mornings! (see at bottom of page for printable reply slip)
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  • 09/02/17

    A letter from Ofsted's new chief inspector

    The school has received a letter form OfSTED's new Chief Inspector
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