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Our Latest News

Take a look at our latest updates and keep up to date with things that have been happening at our school.

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  • Reception's Groove in the Garden! 26th May 2023
    For filling their treasure jars, Reception voted for a groove to music in the garden. We've danced, played games, explored instruments and had some treats too. What a lovely afternoon!
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  • Class 12 Assembly 26th May 2023
    Today, in assembly, Class 12 shared their learning from this term. They used their technological skills to showcase some of their favourite lessons. 
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  • Year 6 Safety Works Visit 26th May 2023
    Year 6 took a trip to Safety Works to find out all about keeping safe when we are out and about! There were 5 different stations: road safety, water safety, safety around dogs, fire safety around BBQs and metro safety. 
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  • Celebration Assembly 26th May 2023
    Once again we celebrated our talented children in assembly. Hama Bead club raised a super £66 for our school charity; Dazzling Descants (our recorder ensemble) were congratulated for their live performance for Nursery and we had a skilled female footballer and a basket ball star of the future.   Also, last week we had talented swimmers and clay artists.     The children were also excited to be reminded of our Westerhope's Got Talent which will be on the last day of the school year - auditions will happen next half term!   This was a great end to our first summer half term and we are excited about what is still to come. Well done everyone!
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  • Miss Stewart 26th May 2023
    Miss Stewart is soon to become Mrs Bradbury! We celebrated her impending nuptials in school and all classes visited with a gift. We are very excited to hear about her wonderful day and look forward to welcoming the new Mrs Bradbury when we return to school after half term. 
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  • Good to be British Day Year 5 25th May 2023
    Year 5 had a great day celebrating 'Good to be British Day'.    They had visits from Ms Kilpatrick about democracy and a lady called Deanna, who told them all about her religion of Judaism.    We also learned all about Nelson Mandela and his individual liberty work. 
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