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Exhibition Day

A big thank you to all of you who came into school to share our Exhibition day with us. It was lovely to see so many of you there. This was the first time that the children have showcased, what and how, they are learning through our new and exciting curriculum. A few quotations show…
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PTA Fundraiser

As you are aware our children voted for their classes to be named after the symbols of our British Values.  On the last day of term (Thursday 18th October) we would like the children to come into school dressed in clothing relating to their new class name’s. They may also bring in any items relating…
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School Tours – Reception 2019

We will be hosting school tours (on the dates below) for all parents of children who will be starting school in September 2019. Monday 15/10 at 10am Wednesday 17/10 at 1.30pm Tuesday 30/10 at 10am Thursday 01/11 at 1.30pm Please call the school office on 01245 223264 to book your place.
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New Class Names

Class names for 2018-2019 are based around British Values. The children thought carefully about the different reasons for their choices. This ranged from musical instruments, capital cities, colours and real/mythical animals from England, Scotland, N Ireland and Wales. After a democratic decision the class names for 2018-2019 are: CLASS 1      UNICORNS CLASS 2      LIONS CLASS…
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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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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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