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Mr Hurst wrote: Remembrance Day 2016
On Friday the 11th Nov, our school will hold a Remembrance Assembly followed by 1 minute's silence at 11.00am. We will do this to remember all those who have fought not only in the World Wars, but the more than 12,000 British Servicemen and women ki (More)
There are many skills our pupils need to master in order to meet the end of year expectations. This requires hard work and a great deal of effort. Our pupils and staff set very high standards for themselves. In order to keep the pace of learning (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: 1st Day Back
We have had a super day back at school and in some cases our FIRST day in school. Have a look at the photos of day 1 We had our first assembly today too. Basically - it's a fresh start - we aim high and we all do our best for every minute (More)
A big welcome back to all of our pupils and a HUGE welcome to our new pupils starting in EYFS. The school building work is completed and it really feels like a new school - new environment that is - but the same focus on keeping our children SAFE, a (More)
Mrs Pickervance is off to grow her family business and Mrs Weaver is off to enjoy a well deserved retirement.  I told the children in assembly today, how lucky they have been to have met, been taught by and share some of their formative years with (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Sports Day
Well done to all our athletes who competed yesterday in our Sports Day. The overnight rain didn't have an impact on our competitiveness or enthusiasm - indeed the sun came out to greet us in the afternoon. The results of the EYFS/ KS 1 event was (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Tower Wood 16
I was able to get to Tower Wood today as school finished and meet up with our wonderful pupils and fantastic staff. Different groups were either climbing trees, coming back in form the lake or arriving in minibuses from walks in the mountains. Th (More)
Year 1 and Year 2 pupils have been learning about about animals and their habitats. So the KS 1 staff decided to invite in a theatre group to perform 'The Jungle Book' as a link to our English curriculum. The theatre group brought in wonderfu (More)
Mr Hurst wrote: Bringing Books to Life
We bought in an actor from the West End Theatre in London to provide 2 days of workshops bringing books to life through movement and dance. Every class absolutely loved it. This is part of our drive to raise the profile of reading and get children t (More)
Her Majesty the Queen was really impressed with the Birthday card we made and sent to her and with all the special celebrations we put on in honour of her 90th birthday. She has written back to us and I have uploaded photos of the card and letter (More)
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