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  1. Singing on the lorry

    By Thomas Frost on November 29th, 2015

    Singing on the lorry

    Well done and thank you to the 60+ children who braved the cold to sing on the lorry at the switching on of the Felixstowe Christmas lights - an impressive turn out! Thanks to everyone who came along to support too. Mrs Rayner and I have been very …

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  2. Gallery: Quiz Night!

    By Thomas Frost on November 21st, 2015

    Gallery: Quiz Night!

    Many thanks to everyone who came along to support Quiz Night! Mrs White and Mrs Clarke did a fabulous job as question masters once again.  Jacket potatoes were served at half-time to boost brain power. After eight challenging rounds, Team 'Mr J. …

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  3. Children in Need

    By Web Admin on November 14th, 2015

    Children in Need

    Thank you for your donations to Children in Need: you are all (super)heroes! £210.26

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  4. Celebrating Diwali

    By Yvonne Chatt and Sarah White on November 11th, 2015

    Celebrating Diwali

    Year 1 & EYFS have been learning all about the Hindu festival of Diwali. We have made diva lamps out of clay and will be decorating these as soon as they are dry.The children enjoyed creating rangoli patterns with playdough and natural materials …

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  5. Year 6 trench training in progress!

    By Sarah Bozier on November 10th, 2015

    Year 6 trench training in progress!

    In Year 6, we started our Frightful First World War topic work. At the beginning of the week, Year 6 participated in a range of drama activities in order to explore alliances, pacts and the reasons for the outbreak of WW1. The children experienced …

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  6. Year 3 go bananas!

    By Thomas Frost on November 4th, 2015

    Year 3 go bananas!

    To conclude their Geography topic on St Lucia, Year 3 have had great fun making and tasting banana cake.  The children have learnt the importance of bananas to the St Lucian people as a source of income (they call them 'green gold') and looked at …

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