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Haddenham Community Infant School has launched its new website, and very snazzy it looks too! You can view it here.

And while on the theme of effective communications, Co-Head Teachers, Justine Mitchener and Lucy McNeil are also keen to receive feedback from parents and carers so that they can gauge how the school is doing and identify potential areas for further enhancement.

To facilitate this feedback, they are inviting parents to complete and return a confidential questionnaire, which has been appended to the latest School Newsletter. If you haven't received your copy of the Newsletter, you can download it from this page — simply click on the PDF below the image.

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