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Children’s Mental Health Week

From 1-7 February 2021 schools, youth groups, organisations and individuals across the UK will take part in Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme is Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to…

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Seasonal decorations

Thank you to our brilliant staff who gave up their evening to decorate the school windows in a safe and socially distanced manner. Christmas is a special time for many reasons and it always feels very festive in school with decorations,…

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Children in Need

Thank you for your support and generosity. The children loved coming to school dressed either Spotty or Sporty and the donations you sent them in with will go to helping children around the country who are facing challenging times. As…

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Save the Children

Thank you to the children for kindly bringing in donations for Save the Children charity when wearing Christmas jumpers. Taking part in charity events when young helps children develop empathy for others. As a school, we know how…

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Inspired Through Sport

Congratulations to everyone in our school for raising over £700 for Inspired through Sport (https://www.inspiredthroughsport.co.uk/) and British Athletes including Tian Isidore who visited our school a few weeks ago. Those children who…

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Olive Branch

The local charity The Olive Branch has thanked our school for our generosity in collecting foods and household necessities (toothpaste, shampoo etc) for their Harvest Appeal. Each class collected items and boxed these up to help local…

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BMX Athlete

What a great morning of fitness was had by all the children at Willow Lane when Tian Isidore, a Great British BMX cyclist, gave an assembly and ran fitness and Q&A sessions with every class. In partnership with Inspired Through…

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Children In Need

We have been healthily raising money for this important national charity which helps children access experiences, support and sports. The children have learnt about the work of the charity through short video clips and been practising…

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Remembrance

As a school, we always mark Remembrance Day in an age appropriate manner. In school this means discussing the past, understanding the symbol of the poppy, looking at the support undertaken by The Royal British Legion and taking part in…

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Pi Day

On Red Nose Day, our children were challenged to remember the mathematical number Pi to as many decimal places as they could. On the day before the date was 14th March - the 14th day of the 3rd month and because of Pi starting 3.14 this…

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