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Posts from: March 2023

HeadLines - 31st March 2023

End of Spring term and time to reflect

The final week of the Spring term has been another week crammed full of learning experiences giving us a great deal to celebrate when we take time to reflect on all we have achieved

Two teams from Year 5 went to Wigton Moor Primary School for the first round of this year's Leeds Debating competition. One of our teams won their debate and we hope that...

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HeadLines - 27th March 2023

How much can you fit into one week?

My headline this week could possibly be part of a SATs Maths question and the week we have just completed could be a plausible answer.

We started the week with a very uplifting assembly performed by Elford 1 that celebrated Mother's Day and mothers everywhere. Acting out an episode of the GBBO the children's showstopper bake was a cake for mother's day and...

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HeadLines - 20th March 2023

Thinking about others and making a difference

We are committed to raising money for charity and invest time in talking to our children about how we can make a difference to those less fortunate than ourselves.

Red Nose Day 2023

Red Nose Day was on Friday 17th March and this year it was all about coming together, spreading joy and having the best day ever, whatever that means for you.


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HeadLines - 13th March 2023

KS2 Mock SATS; Resilience and a bucketful of Perseverance

What a busy week it was last week! We completed 2023 KS2 Mock SATS week in style. I was so impressed with the way our children approached four days of tests. Every child in Year 6 has gaps in their learning after missing chunks of precious time in school due to Covid. Then add in the extra factor with so many of our children still...

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HeadLines - 6th March 2023

Celebrating World Book Day

Following the huge success from last year's pyjama day to celebrate World Book Day we decided to repeat it for 2023. We asked children to come to school dressed in their pyjamas and bring their favourite bedtime book with them. They could also bring their teddy too if they wanted! If children didn't have their own books, they could use the class recommended reading...

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