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  • 22/07/20

    Year 6 Leavers

    We may not be able to have our usual Leavers Service this year but an on-line version is now available in the Year 6 section of the website. 
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  • 04/07/20

    Alternative Sports Day

    Next week is our alternative sports day. Please see the website for details.
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  • 27/06/20

    Purple Mash Blogs

    Don't forget to comment and answer  the questions being asked in the blog section of Purple Mash. We are really interested to hear your answers and views. 
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  • 08/05/20

    VE Day 75th Anniversary

    Today (Friday) is the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Don't forget to enter our school competition. 
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  • 19/04/20

    Looking Back

    Last week we had lots of fun learning in school. 
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  • 03/04/20

    On-Line Safety

    There are lots of useful activities to support safe use of the internet and social media on the school website. During this time when children are likely to be using the internet more regularly, it is important these messages are reiterated. 
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  • 01/04/20

    Science Challenge

    Why not have a go at our science challenge duing Easter?
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  • 31/03/20

    Over the Rainbow

    EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 did an amazing piece of art last week. Something to remind us all of the beauty in our world. 
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  • 27/03/20

    Lego Challenge!

    We took on the lego challenge at school and made some fantastic rockets.
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  • 25/03/20

    Website Updates

    Please keep a check on the website as we are doing our best to support you at home by adding new content. 
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  • 25/03/20

    The World of David Walliams

    Join David Walliams for a free audio story everyday at 11am. Click on the link below. 
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  • 25/03/20

    Art Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy

    Yesterday, we took advantage of the beautiful weather and went into the copse to make sculptures based on the work of Andy Goldsworthy. 
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