Archive for March, 2015

Hip, Hip horray! It’s the Easter Holidays!

This week has seen all of the children taking part in class Assemblies. From the Nursery children celebrating spring time, to Reception children re-telling the story of Jasper, Year 1 children’s visit to Japan and Year 2 celebrating Easter, we have had a very busy week. Our Parents’ and Friends Group have held an Easter […]

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International Week

 What a week! This week the children have all been learning about Japan as part of our work in International week. The children have all had an opportunity to design Japanese Gardens and some have even made models of them. All the information we have learnt will now be drawn together and all the children’s […]

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Red Nose Day

Today children have celebrated Red Nose Day. Many have come in fancy dress and some have even made their ‘Faces Funny for Money’. As a school we have raised a magnificent £624.96 for the charity. Thank you for your support and Well done everyone  

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Spirit of the Games

This week a select group of key stage 1 children attend a ‘Spirit of the Games’ Event at the Arkwright Centre. They have a fabulous time and represented the school well in a number of sporting events. They were fabulous ambassadors for the school and we are all very proud of them, Well Done.

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Indian Cooking Day

On Wednesday Year 2’s took part part in an Indian Cooking workshop as the start of the International work over the coming weeks. They have also been learning about the spring festival of Holi. The whole school also had an opportunity to try some authentic Indian cuisine as part of the school dinner today. Children had an opportunity […]

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World Book Week

This week we have celebrated world book Week. World Book Week/Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. As a school, this year, we have celebrated this in a number of ways over the week. We all hope that this fun set of activities […]

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