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Primary school

Our pupils would love to share with you what they have been learning - watch this space for updates!

November 2018

  • What could it be?

    Published 29/11/18, by Admin

    Just as Miss Clements was leaving school for the weekend, a mysterious package was delivered to school. It is covered in snowflakes and something inside squealed when it was shaken! What do you think it could be? We’ll have to wait until Monday to find out!

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  • Anything new in year two?

    Published 29/11/18, by Admin

    Keep up to date with what is happening in year two by following our blog.

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  • It's beginning to feel a lot like....

    Published 27/11/18, by Admin

    CHRISTMAS!!

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  • Communication Flyer

    Published 22/11/18, by Admin

    Keep up to date with what is happening in Year 2 with our weekly Communication Flyer. 

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  • Secret garden

    Published 22/11/18, by Admin

    Today we visited the secret garden. 

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  • Mystery solved

    Published 19/11/18, by Admin

    Well done Red Class detectives for solving the mystery sighting in the Secret Garden. After a thorough investigation, Super Intendant Cottle determined that the mysterious finding was in fact, the remains of the evil witch's house from the Traditional Tale Hansel and Gretel.

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  • What's in the secret garden?

    Published 16/11/18, by Admin

    Mysterious remains found in the secret garden this evening.

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  • Y2 Communication Leaflet

    Published 16/11/18, by Admin

    Please find Y2’s communication flyer attached. 

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  • Friendship Recipe

    Published 16/11/18, by Admin

    This week has been anti-bullying week. 

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  • World war one

    Published 07/11/18, by Admin

    We’ve had an exciting day today dressed as people relating to World War One. 

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  • Herts at war trip

    Published 05/11/18, by Admin

    Red class kicked off WW1 week by visiting the trenches and handling WW1 objects including guns, grenades and medals. It was a nice way to start back and all the children enjoyed the experience. Thank you to all the adult helpers who came along to support the children on their first school trip in year two.

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