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Fantastic Christmas productions by Lower School and Early Years

This week we were treated to two wonderful Christmas performances. On Tuesday Lower School delighted us with their Nativity. The children spoke with confidence and sang beautifully. A great way to kick off the Christmas season. Photo...

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SportsAid visit a Chinthurst House Assembly

  Raleigh House had a special visit today from Mr Lawler who came to talk to them about SportsAid. The charity supports talented junior athletes, helping them to make the step into senior athletics. Since SportsAid was founded over 40 years ago, they have helped at least 30,000 sportsmen...

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Headteacher's Roundup 24 November

The football season came to an end earlier this week for Upper School with a final fixture against Milbourne Lodge. It was then rather amusing to see the boys covered in mud (sorry parents!) whilst enjoying their first rugby sessions. I’m looking forward to seeing the boys in action when fixtures...

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A visit to the Polka Theatre

  On Thursday 23rd November Year 1 accompanied by Miss Waterman, Mrs Gadd, Mrs Kettlewell , Mrs Jacks and Mrs Burton went to the Polka Theatre to see their production of Mr Brother, My Sister & Me. The story was about a brother and sister having to share a room as a result of...

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'London's Burning', a Year 2 assembly

  Year 2 put on a fantastic assembly about the Great Fire of London. They started by singing London's Burning and then got the whole school to join in. They have been learning all about the Great Fire in class this term and told a rapt audience lots of interesting facts they have discovered....

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Headteacher's Roundup 17 November

Continuing our theme of ‘Thoughtfulness’ this week, we have been thinking of children less fortunate than ourselves in the lead up to Children in Need. Today the school was awash with spots to show support for this worthwhile cause that has in previous years given money to many local charities...

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