Have an Egg-cellent Easter

They are saying that temperatures could reach an egg-citing 27C this Easter weekend – that’s no yolk. So whilst you tuck into your chocolate Easter Egg you might also like to consider some egg-cellent facts: Over 80 million boxed chocolate eggs are sold each year – not to mention all...

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Record Store Day 2019

You cannot beat opening the gatefold sleeve and reading every word on the lyric sheet. You cannot beat that first little crackle as you place the needle onto the vinyl. There is something very special about having a record in your hands. Today is Record Store Day. It brings together fans,...

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Teaching Vacancies at Ore Village Primary Academy

Join our team. We have two teacher adverts currently on the East Sussex website https://www.eastsussex.gov.uk/jobs/job/859/acadtp1360858/class-teacher-ore-village-primary-academy/escc-academies/ore?utm_campaign=google_jobs_apply&utm_source=google_jobs_apply&utm_medium=organic and on Indeed https://www.tkat.org/79/vacancies/vacancy/669/class-teacher-with-tlr. One is for a class teacher, the other is for a class teacher (+ TLR). If you would like further details or would like to be sent an application form, person...

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Monkey Update

……..and for those of you who are worried about our previous monkeys Marlon and Keith. Marlon has been adopted by us and can be found in our office. Keith the monkey has been adopted by Keith the caretaker. Check out Keith the caretaker’s blog to see what Keith the monkey...

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Monkey Business

This week saw two new monkeys being introduced to the children as part of our push on attendance. This resulted in Mr Dreeling giving Debbie (one of the monkeys) a big cuddle whilst Dave (the other monkey) went around the school meeting the children. More monkey business took place when...

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Earth Hour Day

In today’s digital society how would we cope without our computers, our phones, the television or gaming consoles? How would we cope without electricity? Well today is Earth Hour Day (8.30pm – 9.30pm). It is the largest environmental event in history and reminds us that switching off can be a...

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Keep On Running

Have you ever felt that wonderful feeling after a run when you know you’ve done something great? Have you ever gone for a run and seen views that you have never seen before? Have you ever started your weekend with a 5 kilometre run with hundreds of other people? Parkrun...

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School Closed

We have a suspected gas leak at the school. The emergency gas engineers are on site and have advised that the school is closed for today. School will be open as normal tomorrow.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you for your support and understanding. Mr...

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Graffiti Workshop

As part of our learning journey on Graffiti, pupils in Year 5 and 6 had the opportunity this week to work with two local street artists as part of our exploration into graffiti this term. Lawrence and Vicki, from Radiator Arts, delivered an exciting workshop in which the children developed...

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