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  • 01/08/19

    Choir

    The choir have been in full voice, spreading joy across our community. In December, the children performed at the Westcott coffee morning, St Johns Chapel and our thank you coffee morning, where they wowed an audience with their beautiful carol singing. They are now busy rehearsing for a performance...
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  • 18/01/19

    Trip to the Natural History Museum

    On Wednesday, years 5 and 6 had a wonderful trip to London.  After a relaxing train journey and the excitement of the tube, 77 children (and 18 adults!) arrived safely. During the day we took part in an evolution workshop which included how better evolved animals survived.  Lots of time wa...
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  • 18/01/19

    Year 5 and 6 Trip to the Natural History Museum

    On Wednesday, years 5 and 6 had a wonderful trip to London. After a relaxing train journey and the excitement of the tube, 77 children (and 18 adults!) arrived safely. During the day we took part in an evolution workshop which included how better evolved animals survived.  Lots of time was spen...
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  • 11/01/19

    ​​​​​​​Spotlight on Squirrels Class​​​​​​​

    This week Squirrels class have started looking at Oliver Twist. Using their research of Victorian Workhouses and looking at different versions of the story, including Charles Dicken’s original, they have been writing diary entries as if they were one of the boys living in there. Some fantastic...
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  • 11/01/19

    Spotlight on Squirrels Class

    This week Squirrels class have started looking at Oliver Twist. Using their research of Victorian Workhouses and looking at different versions of the story, including Charles Dicken’s original, they have been writing diary entries as if they were one of the boys living in there. Some fantastic...
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  • 14/12/18

    KS1 Nativity Perfomance

    Our Nativity this year is titled ‘Mary’s Knitting.’ The children have been practising extremely hard this year and it shows in their performance. They are all very excited for you to see! This year, the Year 2 children have made programmes and all the children have designed their o...
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  • 07/12/18

    Leaders and managers are taking effective actions towards the removal of the serious weaknesses designation.

      Click here to read the full HMI letter.  
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  • 16/11/18

    Remembrance Services

    On Monday 12th November at 11am, Rev Tony Berry and Rev Alan Jonas, led Remembrance Services on both our Abinger and Westcott sites, to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the end of WW1. The rain cleared, as the children, many dressed in their scouting and guiding uniforms, stood quietly in the...
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  • 01/11/18

    World War II - Portals to the Past Workshop

    On Wednesday 31st October, years 5 and 6 stepped back in time to wartime Britain.  Some wonderful costumes added to the atmosphere and, during the day, the children learnt about different aspects of wartime.  Portals From the Past brought in many artefacts, uniforms and weaponry...
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  • 20/09/18

    OUR NEXT RECEPTION OPEN MORNING WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY 16TH NOVEMBER 2018 AT OUR ABINGER SITE. DOORS WILL OPEN AT 9.15 AM AND OUR HEAD WILL GIVE A TALK AT 9.30AM. NO NEED TO BOOK, JUST COME ALONG.

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  • 17/09/18

    Year 1 and 2 Fire Brigade Visit

    On Friday 7th September KS1 had an exciting start to their learning theme. Years 1 and 2 spent the first day of school creating Tudor houses and buildings to create their own city of London and were introduced to the Great Fire of London. Fire fighters from North Holmwood came to visit us to recreat...
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  • 10/09/18

    Skip2Bfit

    The Skip2Bfit workshop was a great finish to the end  of the year, all classes including staff  competed in a timed skipathon to get the highest number of skips. Great fun and we look forward to continuing the weekly skipping challenge next year.
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