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  • Mud Kitchen

    We are very lucky to have a new mud kitchen, quiet area and wonky hut! Today the pupils got creative to make mud pies, soups and cakes. Our wonky hut is fantastic for hide and seek as well as using as a pretend serving hatch in a shop. Its been brilliant to see our new area spark so many opportunities for speaking, listening and creative play.
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  • Wear Something Silly and Toy Sale Fundraiser

    Our Year 9 pupils choose a 'Wear Something Silly and a Toy sale' for their latest fundraiser to raise money for their residential trip this term. We all had great fun dressing up, lots of people thinking 'out the box' to look silly. The Toy Sale was a great success aswell. Altogether £196.52 was raised!
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  • Sports Relief

    On Friday 13th March we had a fun morning of sporting activities to celebrate and support Sports Relief. Good fun was had by all. We raised £98.85. Thank you to all who donated to this great charity.
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  • World Book Day

    Most of our pupils and staff dressed up today to celebrate World Book Day. Pupils had the opportunity to 'swap' a book.
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  • Planetarium came to visit

    A pop-up planetarium paid a visit to our primary classes on Tuesday! Inside the planetarium dome, Mike showed us the beautiful night sky and told us facts and staories about the stars and plantets. He also brought along some real meteorites from space for us to explore, including a pieve of the moon and a piece of Mars! It was a fascinating and enjoyable morning for pupils and staff.
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  • Sponsored 5 mile walk

    All of our Upper School took part in a 5 mile sponsored walk to help raise funds towards our residential trip to Derbyshire. We walked between Beeleigh Link and Papermill Lock, it was extremely muddy but everyone enjoyed the challenge.
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  • Role models

    Two of our Year 9 pupils are doing a great job at reading to the youngest pupils, bringing lots of enjoyment, a nurturing attitude, talking around the story and helping the younger pupils to understand the books.

    They are great role models for our school.
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