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  • Rainbow of Hope Day

    We would like to thank the school community for their support for our Rainbow of Hope Day on the last day of term. The children seemed to have great fun with their classes baking cakes, holding a danceathon, taking part in quizzes and dressing up in bright coloured clothes among other things. So far we have raised over £2000 thanks to matched funding from Barclays for the quiz that staff took part in on the Friday evening. Well done to Mrs Page and her family that won an amazing chocolate hamper from the talented Betsy Page.
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  • Great Chart Sings at Christmas

    Dear All Get ready for our red carpet premiere of Great Chart Sings at Christmas. The children are amazing and we are so proud of them. Don't forget to hang on to the end for our little surprise! Thank you to the staff and Mrs Willemse's brother, Daniel Whitehead for putting together the recording.
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  • It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

    Thank you to Mr Barker and Hunters Estate Agents for donating a Christmas Tree for our school. Hopefully this will help add festive cheer around the school, although our school elves seem to be helping out with that! Thank you to Mr Roberts and Mr Beck for decorating our school premises.
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  • Year 5 Victorian Day

    Y5 travelled back in time to the Victorian Era and experienced a day in the life of a Victorian school child. Miss Drab, Miss Blunt and Miss Pickles were in attendance, plus a school inspector to ensure standards and pupil behaviour. Unfortunately, despite the strict school rules some pupils found themselves spending time in the corner or having to wear the dunce hat!  
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  • Children In Need

    Thank you for all your donations to Children in Need. We raised a total of £471.65
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  • Happy Diwali

    Thank you to Lakshana and Ronan for sharing their family Diwali celebrations with us in Assembly. Happy Diwali 
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  • Remembrance Day

    On Wednesday 11th November we invited children that are part of a uniformed organisation, such as Scouting, Guiding, Boys/Girls Brigade and Cadets to take part in an alternative Remembrance Day Parade at school. Children were invited to wear their full smart uniforms along with their poppies to school for the day. With no formal parades happening, this was a chance to show a respectful united front, remembering those that have fallen during the wars.   
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Rainbow of Hope Day Great Chart Sings at Christmas It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... Year 5 Victorian Day Children In Need Happy Diwali Remembrance Day