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  • 09/02/18

    Owls Visit EYFS

    As part of our 'Animal' topic this term we read the story Owl Babies.
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  • 07/02/18

    Year 2 Online Safety Workshops

    Year 2 joined Captain Digi on her Online Safety Ship as part of Internet Safety Week.
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  • 06/02/18

    Safer Internet Day 2018

    We joined more than a thousand organistaions across the UK to help inspire a national conversation about using technology responsibly, respectfully, critically and creatively. 
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  • 06/02/18

    Reception Visit to 'Pets at Home'

    In Reception we have been learning about Animals. 
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  • 05/02/18

    Online Safety Workshops

    Year 1 had lots of fun learning how to stay safe online.
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  • 02/02/18

    Number Day Success!!!!!

    Thank you for all your donations, we raised £230.05 for the NSPCC
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  • 02/02/18

    Social Media Age Restrictions

    Do you know what age children need to be to access social media? 
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  • 29/01/18

    Number Day

    On Friday 2nd  February 2018 we will be supporting the NSPCC's Number Day.  
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  • 29/01/18

    Maths Parent Workshop

    Thanks to all parents who recently attended the Year 2 maths workshops.
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  • 22/01/18

    Competition Winner

    'WELL DONE' to Sumaiyah in Class 15 who was a runner up in the Reading Gladiators competition.
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  • 17/01/18

    Museum of London

    On Monday 15th January and Tuesday 16th January, Year Two visited the Museum of London as part of their History unit of work on the Great Fire of London. 
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  • 05/01/18

    Black History

    This year Reception, Year One and Year Two children were given a significant individual to focus on. Looking at a significant individual’s life and events, Reception focussed on Martin Luther King, Year One looked at Mo Farah and Year Two learnt about Mary Seacole. 
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