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Red Nose Day

Thank you to Year 6 for organising a day which saw noses sold, jokes told, joke sheets bought and donations made for wearing pyjamas to school. Taking part in charity events plays an important role in learning our school values of…

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Red Nose Day Assembly

Thank you to Year 6 who are organising our Red Nose Day experience. In assembly, they explained what the day is about, showed us a video of where our money might go, gave us an insight in to what our money might raise and explained how…

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Save the Children

Save the Children have been in touch with a certificate for the school. Last December, on Christmas Jumper Day, we raised £137 for this charity which does important work with children around the world. Well done and thank you for your…

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Save the Children

To help children around the world at this time of year, we took part in the Save the Children 'Christmas Jumper Day'. Look at the fabulous array of designs, colours and patterns our children wore for the day! You can see more photos of…

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Children in Need and Bullying

In assembly we have looked at some of the great work carried out by Children in Need. In particular, we looked at a project which helps children who have been bullied. Bullying can happen in any school, in the community and online. In…

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Sports Relief

Thank you to all your support on Sports Relief Day when we dressed up in a host of different sporting outfits to raise money. As a school, we raised £138 and this will be used to help children in difficult circumstances have access to…

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Save the Children

Last year saw the whole school take part in a Den Day for charity. We had hoped to build dens on the field but due to weather conditions completed them in the class. Not only was the activity fun but it also helped us to gain an insight…

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Save the Children – Den Day

Despite the weather, the children all took part in building dens today. In each class, they split in to their team groups and created a den out of the items in class and the cardboard, tarpaulins, sheets and pegs kindly brought in for…

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Robert Gillow Free Food Initiative

The Robert Gillow Free Food Initiative was established in the aftermath of Storm Desm,ond. Working with retailers and Fareshare, it receives food from shops which otherwise would go to waste. It then distributes this food. To raise…

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Good Luck Mrs Brandwood

Mrs Brandwood flies to the USA today to begin her walking experience of a lifetime. She is setting out to walk the Appalachian Trail - a 2000 mile route through forests and mountains - in aid of charity. The hike will take over four…

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