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Infant Sports Day

2022-07-01T17:45:50+01:001st July, 2022|Foundation, Home, News, Year 1, Year 2|

On Friday 1st July we enjoyed our first Infant sports day for three years!  With thanks to Mrs Brogan and Mr Jackson for organising such a slick event.  The children enjoyed participating in sprint and obstacle races; a vortex throw and a team water challenge.  Great resilience was demonstrated with all children kindly supporting [...]

Year 6 Residential to Willersley Castle

2022-07-01T12:20:31+01:001st July, 2022|Home, News, Year 6|

20/6/22  Dear Diary,   Today has been quite possibly one of the best days of the year! I woke up an hour earlier than I should have and quickly got dressed. I couldn’t wait for the week to come!  As my friends and I arrived at school, lugging our heavy suitcases behind us, we started [...]

Science Experience at Lord Williams’s School

2022-07-01T12:06:09+01:001st July, 2022|Home, News, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6|

On Monday the 27th of June we went to Lord Williams’s Upper School and completed a Science Day. We participated in many activities. We were split into different groups: Year 6, Sophie and Finley, Year 5, Genevieve and Oscar, Year 3 and 4, Ethan and James, Year 1 and 2, Martha, Theo, Adam and [...]

Sports School of the Year Award!

2022-06-17T16:21:23+01:0017th June, 2022|Foundation, Home, News, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6|

Sports School of the Year We are delighted to announce that we won the School of Year at the Leap Awards 2022. The Leap Awards recognises the people and organisations who improve lives through movement, physical activity and sport across Bucks and Milton Keynes. I was overwhelmed with pride for the school and all the [...]

Year 5 Living Life Cycles

2022-04-29T15:05:37+01:0029th April, 2022|Home, News, Year 5|

Last term year five took care of five caterpillars and observed them as they transformed into chrysalis’ and then butterflies as part of their science topic with Mrs Reed. The students took responsibility for monitoring the progress and size of the caterpillars each day and recorded the observations onto a large chart on the [...]

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