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Mr Hurst wrote: Welcome Back
We welcomed in the new academic year on Tuesday 5th Sept 2017. It was wonderful to see the new members of our school family start and our other pupils move into their new classes. All the children look so smart and ready for learning. After the (More)
One of our pupils in Yr 5 has really done herself proud by firstly qualifying to compete in the IAIGC (International Association of Independent Gymnastic Clubs) WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS in America in June. Then she did herself proud by coming 10th in t (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Mandarin at Lever House
Mandarin as the Modern Foreign Language we teach at Lever House. Each year we bring over a Chinese Language Assistant from China to teach our children. This year, we have had Ian - who is wonderful! Please watch the video of our children learning, (More)
Sainsbury's have given us the Gold Mark Award for Sport. This is due to the amount of work we are doing in Sports at Lever House. This is a fantastic achievement. We have worked our way through Bronze and Silver and are now on the top step :) Wel (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Maypole Dance
Our Yr 5 class are hard at work learning some wonderful traditional dances around the May Pole. People have been dancing around the Maypole in the UK and Europe since at least the 1600's - it feels good to keep this tradition alive and well in Lever (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Forest School
I have just had a walk through our Forest School at lunch time - it seems the Buttercups are making a push for world domination at the moment!       but the worker bees certainly are not complaining......   &nb (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Charity Week
Our Yr 6 pupils have excelled themselves yet again. This time it was their work on raising money for their chosen charity in Charity Week. Our pupils chose a charity close to their heart - contact the charity, ask for things to sell or promotion (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Rules
I believe that our pupils follow our 'Lever House' school rules because they are fair, they helps us learn and they are morally correct. We write our own rules in school - and are based around the school contract - where we agree how we should b (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: RND Learning Day 2017
Today is Red Nose Day  - we invited our pupils to come into school as normal, but bring a £1.00 to donate to RND and then to become teachers for the day (or morning at least). We asked our pupils - What will you teach?  What will you learn? (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: A different matter
Our school is made up of individuals. All unique - however, we are not really that different - we share so much in common. We are mainly white British children who speak English. We all have a home to go to at night and are well fed and happy. (More)
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