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'Who Wants to be a Millionaire' in Year 3

Year 3 have been looking at game shows in English, and have been using them to write explanations. Last week they played their own game of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire as a fun way to end the unit!  The winning team, called 'Lightning Bolt', won a hefty £760000! They...

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Year 3 Assembly about the Vikings

We knew we were in for some excitement when a group of fierce looking Vikings marched to the front of the church! Year 3 cleverly played a game of The Weakest Link to  teach us about Viking Gods and life for ordinary Viking people. Poor Thor did not even know who was playing the game and was...

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Our Under 11 Football Team are County Finalists!

Our U11 football team have achieved the most incredible feat of reaching the finals of the County Cup.  On their journey to the final they defeated Danes Hill and Kings College School Wimbledon,  a modern day David and Goliath story if there ever was one.  As a school we could not be...

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Headteacher's Roundup 9 November 2018

Today we took time to reflect and show respect for all those that have fought or are fighting in conflict.  2018 marks the centenary of the end of World War 1 and to commemorate this the children created a wreath in the shape of 100. This was humbly laid by our Head Boy Charlie  and Head...

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Year 6 Remembers

Year 6 have been combining their historical knowledge within their literacy lessons, focussing on the harsh reality of war and the terrifying facts and figures underpinning it.  As a result the children have produced some moving, emotional and highly descriptive poetry.  Two of these poems...

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Reception become detectives!

Reception B have been reading a story about two robber dogs and on Monday they were shocked to find lots of strange footprints in the classroom. They had to turn into detectives to work out whose footprints they were. The super sleuths used their maths measuring skills to determine the size of the...

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