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Summer Holidays here we come!We can't believe how quickly this year has flown by! We're now in our final and busiest half term. Sports days, productions, reports and so much more!
In 1 month and 30 days we say goodbye to our current teachers!
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Category Archives: Sustainability
As you know we made a huge effort for the Big Pedal in March. Just like last year we did everything weRead the Rest »
On Tuesday this week the day started extra early! As you know, if you are a regular reader of our blog, weRead the Rest »
Monday 5th March saw a double celebration! It marked the start of the Big Pedal – a competition that we were veryRead the Rest »
This post tells you all about The Big Pedal 2012. The Big Pedal is a giant inter-school cycling competition happening in schools all acrossRead the Rest »
On the morning of 31st January some workmen arrived at school. We were not expecting them and everyone wanted to know whatRead the Rest »
Members of Year 3 were put through their paces on their bikes by Jonathan, a Bikeability officer. Once Jonathan had declared theirRead the Rest »
On Saturday morning the weather was kind to us as it was warm and sunny for our tree planting. About 75 peopleRead the Rest »
26 November – 4th December is National Tree Week, organised by The Tree Council. As part of the week, in conjunction withRead the Rest »
The start of term saw Pauline, from Twynham Housing, bring the school a gift! A lucky local resident had won a waterRead the Rest »
The Bike It Newsletter has just been published! We have been lucky to be involved in several exciting activities over the courseRead the Rest »
Children, staff and governors across the school were treated on Friday to some amazing stunts performed by ‘Savage Skills’ a mountain bike display team. They visitedRead the Rest »