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  • 14/06/21

    Sports day and picnic

    On Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 June, we held our annual sports morning and picnic.  We were extremely lucky with the weather, with the sun shining for both mornings.
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  • 11/06/21

    Gardening workshop with Michael Holland

    The Eco Council and gardening club took part in an exciting workshop with Michael Holland, who is a recycling and gardening expert
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  • 08/06/21

    Year 6 activities week

    On Tuesday 8 June, Year 6 took part in the Toxic Assault Course challenge. The children (and staff) had great fun negotiating the inflatable obstacles. They also enjoyed a range of activities set up in the cage.
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  • 24/05/21

    Bank of England 2021 Week - Money and Me

    Before half-term our pupils took part in Bank of England's Money and Me Week.
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  • 14/05/21

    Eid - The festival of breaking the fast

    Eid, is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan.  
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  • 13/05/21

    Mental Health Awareness Week

    This year's theme is 'Connect with Nature'
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  • 10/05/21

    The Big Ask

    Get your child’s voice heard and make a difference!
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  • 30/04/21

    Myths, Magic and Mayhem

    National sharing of stories 
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  • 23/04/21

    New school library

    We have big plans for a new and improved library at Carterhatch Junior School. 
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  • 22/03/21

    A view from my window

    Art competition winners announced...
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  • 19/03/21

    Let’s Count Day 2021

    On Friday 19 March, we took part in Let’s Count Day to learn more about the Census that takes place on Sunday 21 March 2021. This followed the David Olusoga live lesson on Equality, Representation and Diversity which we took part in during remote learning. Census, whic...
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  • 18/03/21

    Raising money to support Comic Relief 2021

    This year, we raised money for Comic Relief by pupils donating £1 and having a non-uniform day. During our assembly, we learnt about the number of people Comic Relief has helped over the years. 105.6 million people! We also learnt about this year’s theme (Funny is Power) and the ke...
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