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Online Presentation to Prospective Parents

Haddenham St Mary's School will be offering another online presentation to prospective parents this coming Tuesday, 17th Nov starting at 1.30pm. It will be followed by a Question-and-Answer session. The meeting will be hosted by

Karen Collett (Headteacher)
Rebecca Richardson (Deputy Head) and
Becky Smith (EYFS co-ordinator).

Please click here to join the meeting

If you are not familiar with Teams and do not have an account please follow this link for further information.

To help online meetings run smoothly and efficiently, the school provides an online meetings protocol — see PDF featured on this page.

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