News

Playground Update

We are delighted to announce that the playground area will be re-opened this coming Monday 25th June.  You will be pleased to know that the newly laid grass is now growing well, and we would like to thank you for your co-operation during the past week. Kindly ensure that your children only play in the areas with play equipment and…
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Playground Closure

You will have received an email explaining that we are unfortunately closing the playground area for use after school. We have had new turf laid and it need 2 weeks minimum to establish, although we have cordoned the area off, it has still been walked on or tampered with. We will endeavour to re-open the…
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WW1 Soldier Visit

Class 3 and 4 had a special guest on Friday 8th June. The Rainbow Theatre's 'Sid' visited us to talk to the children about being a soldier in WW1. The children were thoroughly engaged and enjoyed the participation.
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Future Career Day

On Thursday 24th May we will be holding a fund raising day for The David Randall Foundation. We would like all the students and staff to come into school dressed and equipped for their chosen future career.  This could be a Teacher, Shop Keeper, Gardener, Vet, Doctor, Policeman, Chef, Author, Engineer, Dancer, Beautician what ever career…
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E Safety Parents Meeting`

There is an E Safety meeting being led by 'The Two Johns' at Lower Plume on Wednesday 23rd May at 6.00pm. Please, please try to attend this really important meeting regarding all aspects of E Safety, and keeping your children safe while online.  For more information please follow the following link: http://www.esafetytraining.org/
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Author Visit – Natasha Farrant

We had a visit from Natasha Farrant the author of “The Children of Castle Rock”. She read to us and answered our questions.  She told us why she became a writer.     We closed our eyes as she read so we could imagine the scene. We all heard the same words but saw something different.…
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Picture News

Please click on the link below to read this weeks Picture Newspaper: Picture News at Home - 4th June Picture News Paper - 4th June Picture News Paper - 14th May Picture News at Home - 14th May Picture News Paper - 23rd April Picture News at Home - 23rd April KS1 Resource - 23rd…
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100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge 2018

100 Million Minutes Reading Challenge 2018 Results!! We read a total of 39,743 minutes in March 2018.  That is equal to an average of around 537 minutes each (based on 74 children who submitted minutes). Well done Woodham Walter.  We came 226th out of 679 school who took part. All the schools combined read a…
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Science Day

On Thursday the 2nd November  we will be holding a whole school science day with a main focus on STEM activities (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Please click on the link below to read all about the exciting day planned. Science Day  
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Roald Dahl Day

Wednesday was Roald Dahl day and our children dressed as their favourite characters or wore  in yellow (as Roald Dahl was Welsh) to celebrated Roald Dahl Day.  They all brought in their favourite books and enjoyed reading and discussing about the characters and storylines.
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David Walliams – Gangsta Granny

On Friday 7th July we took the children to see the stage performance of 'Gangsta Granny' Both the staff and children thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Kutay said, 'I liked the humour and thought the acting was great'. Amber said 'I really liked the way they changed the scenery and the dancing'. Sophia said. 'I thought it was…
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SIAMS Report

We are pleased to have received a very positive report following our recent Church Inspection. The main findings were: The inclusive and caring ethos, led by the headteacher and based explicitly on the school’s Christian values impacts on all members of the school community. As a result they feel valued. This leads to positive contributions…
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School Council – Safety

SAFETY FIRST! The Key Stage 2 School Council members enjoyed the annual School Council Conference last Friday, which was held at Maldon Town Hall. The theme this year was E Safety (a very important topic for today’s youth) and consisted of different workshops run by pupils of The Plume.  The children were taught about the…
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