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Headteacher's Roundup 15 March 2019

What a busy week it has been! The school has been alive with purposeful activity and it is wonderful to be a part of such a happy community. Some of you may have read my interview with Muddy Stilettos in which I talk about the impact of pressure on our children and balancing that with...

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Two weeks of literacy

What a fortnight of literary-expanding adventures we have had at Chinthurst! With much fanfare last Monday welcomed the return of our special Chinthurst ‘Book Week’. Throughout the week all the marvellous Chinthurst children undertook a wide variety of reading-themed activities and challenges....

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We are winners!

  A few weeks ago, we discovered that we were finalists in an international competition run by the David Shepherd Wildlife Association. Full of excitement, myself, Mrs Lyth and eight Chinthurst pupils travelled to The Natural History Museum for the final judging last Thursday.  We...

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World Book Day 2019

In the run up to World Book Day, the whole school got involved in Drop Everything And Read (DEAR). Each day at different times and without warning, the klaxon sounded and everyone literally dropped everything and read a book for ten minutes. A brilliant idea and one that really caught the imagination...

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House Performing Arts Competition

On Monday afternoon, our annual Performing Arts House Competition took place. Four acts from Wellington, Raleigh and Nelson represented their Houses and the standard was exceptionally high this year. We were thoroughly entertained by magical magicians, amazing actors, great gymnasts, soulful singers,...

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The House Performing Arts Competition

Yesterday, actors, magicians, singers, dancers, comedians, instrumentalists and flag identifiers took to the stage to compete in the annual House Performing Arts competition. The judges, Tali Glynne-Jones and Sarah Branston from

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