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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day has been featured heavily in the press this week. It is important to remember that a child’s mental wellbeing is as important as their physical health. Mental health problems affect around one in ten children under the age of 11. At Chinthurst we continue...

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Year 4 lead Church Assembly

In Church Assembly this week, Arabella (Year 5) and Vivienne (Year 6) both performed solos on the piano. It was then over to Year 4F to entertain everyone with a performance about their topic, 'celebrating our differences'. The class performed a play about different coloured pebbles who all thought...

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Headteacher's Roundup 5 October 2018

A major consideration which stopped me from becoming a Headteacher sooner was my love of being in the classroom.  Therefore one of my priorities this term is to teach all of the children before Christmas,  I am lucky to have already taught 2W and 5F Maths and 6B English.  I have loved...

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A wonderful Harvest assembly

It was great to see the church filled with pupils, staff, parents and grandparents this morning for our uplifting Harvest Festival service. After the Harvest gifts were presented, each year group performed. We enjoyed The Big Red Combine Harvest (Reception and Year 1), The Kitchen Disco (Year 2),...

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LAMDA Success

  It was another wonderful success story for the Chinthurst LAMDA pupils! Fifty two children took LAMDA Drama exams in June at the Chinthurst LAMDA Centre. This was the culmination of a term of hard work, preparation and most of all, fantastic fun. The results are in and a marvellous...

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The Loch Ness Monster

Year two had lots of fun in their Art lesson this week making Loch Ness monsters out of clay.   They have been learning all about Scotland in their topic lessons and have been reading Katie Morag stories (about the fictional Scottish island of Struay) in English lessons.  

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