We Can Be Heroes…….

In 1977 David Bowie sang about Heroes telling us that “we can be heroes just for one day”. In assembly we agreed that heroes are people with courage, people who are brave, people who have good qualities and who are kind and caring. In 2017 the Brighton Marathon used the...

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Back To School – Are You Ready?

There are only a few days of the summer holiday left before the children return to school. We can hear the cheering already! For some it will be exciting, for others it will be a time of anxiety and worry (parents included). It’s really important that your child feels confident...

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A Fitting End To A Great Year

Thank you to all the parents who joined us for our Final (very hot) Assembly. The wonderful turn out was a fitting tribute to an amazing group of Year 6 pupils who have achieved so much this year. Each pupil has been part of the improvements that have been made...

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Forest School Final Blog

What a great first year of Forest School. All the children really enjoyed it (even in the snow and rain) and are looking forward to taking part again next year. My highlights were troll hunting with the  reception classes and making sure we walked quietly over the troll bridge so...

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What a week!

Despite England not reaching the World Cup Final, we still managed to squeeze in some wonderful celebrations in school  this week. Our very own Amber Prust-Jones (Year 6) met Amber Rudd (MP) at the Houses of Parliament. Our wonderful library had a boat built for children to sit in and...

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Thank you for this morning

We just wanted to thank you for your understanding this morning when asked to use the main entrance to the school rather than the side entrance. We had been informed by ambulance service that they may have to land their air ambulance on the school field. This was not necessary...

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School Report Time

At the end of this week the children will be bringing home their annual reports reflecting back on the academic year. Having read them, we hope you will be very pleased with the personal comments, photos and examples of progress. The children are certainly proud of their achievements and the...

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An Interesting World Cup Maths Pattern

As you prepare yourselves for the World Cup Quarter Finals, we thought we would share an interesting World Cup Maths Pattern (we also shared it in our Funky Friday assembly today). We love spotting number patterns and we think you’ll like this one: France (6 letters) are due to play...

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