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Posts from: March 2015

HeadLines - 30th March 2015

Value your achievements

In Monday's assembly, Bexley 2 children talked about what they had achieved this half term. This included learning how seeds grow; understanding the two times table; being able to skip; reading stories and learning actions and improving writing. They helped us all to remember to make time to reflect and value our own achievements.

During the week our School Improvement...

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HeadLines - 23rd March 2015

Arooj (meaning "Rise") Celebration

What a magical event the Arooj Celebration event was last Thursday afternoon.
Arooj is a collaborative of schools all working together to raise aspirations, expectations and achievement of children from minority ethnic groups. This celebration was to announce the winners of the Arooj Creative Writing competition but also showcased the creative talents of...

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HeadLines - 15th March 2015

Attitudes to Learning

Last week we proved that collaborating as a team of staff and children we can help one another to achieve.
Darfield 2 children reminded us of how important it is to be resilient and Year 6 children proved they could be during a long hard week of Mock SATs. Encouraged and supported by their staff buddies they persevered and remained focused throughout. A huge thank you to...

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HeadLines - 9th March 2015

Perseverance

Well done to everyone for 'keeping going' and keeping coming to school every day which has resulted in us reaching our Attendance target last half term. Whole school Attendance hit 95.7%. We have also started this half term really well. First week back Attendance levels rose to over 96%. If we can sustain this then we can achieve the highest Attendance levels the school has ever...

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HeadLines - 2nd March 2015

Understanding British democracy, Harehills Primary style!

Year 5 children began their new theme "Who stole....?" with a mock court case. What better way to inspire children to learn than to involve them as jurors in a case about the theft of jewellery and cash from a certain Mrs Peacock of Cluedo fame.
Our talented Year 5 teachers delighted the children by acting as various witnesses as well...

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