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Orange Class Assembly

Linked to their topic Hot or Not?', Orange Class treated us to a fact filled and engaging assembly linking all the different aspects of their learning. They demonstrated the art skills they have developed in mixing colours and sketching…

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The Grinch

Thank you to all the children and staff of Key Stage 2 for treating us to their performance of The Grinch. As the story unfolded, each class treated us to individual songs and performances and these were added to by songs from the choir…

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Ned the Donkey

Thank you to Red, Orange and Yellow Class for their brilliant show which followed Ned the donkey looking for the meaning of Christmas. Having decided it wasn't food, toys or Father Christmas, he comes across some children in the church…

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Anglo-Saxons

Today, Indigo Class were joined by an Anglo-Saxon story-teller and messenger sent from King Alfred. Her name was Meredith and she told us that we had to prepare for battle with the Vikings! She shared tales of Anglo-Saxon bravery with…

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Violet Class Assembly

Violet Class treated children and parents to an assembly linked to their 'Evolution and Inheritance' topic. In class they have been studying different aspects of this topic within Science, Geography and Art as well as using the Stone…

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Egyptian Museum

What an incredible experience Blue Class put on for the whole school and their parents. They turned a room in to a museum this week featuring all manner of Egyptian exhibits including model replicas, canopic jars, artifacts, games,…

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Seaside Assembly

Thank you to Yellow Class for a wonderful seaside themed assembly. The children have been learning about Victorian Seasides and working alongside artists organised through the TIME project run by HMDT Music…

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Ancient Greek Assembly

Indigo Class entertained us with a wonderful assembly including acting, singing, knowledge sharing and an insight in to their learning about Ancient Greece. The children have been working with artists organised through the TIME project…

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London 4

The theatre and Aladdin has been the highlight so far for many of the children. The space looked amazing clad in coloured detailed frescos and artwork and the packed audience enjoyed the show with its songs, acting and effects. Spilling…

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London 2

After a calm and restful night (honestly), the children have stocked up on energy at the hotel breakfast buffet and are ready for more exploring. They have displayed great behaviour and manners with the hotel staff and guests too.…

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