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    Year Four News

    Fri 28 February 2020

    We are back after a well-deserved break and straight back into the thick of the action! The children are refreshed, relaxed and ready to learn and it really shows. Everyone has worked so incredibly hard this week, despite some particularly challenging lessons.

    In English, we are right at the end of our work on The Explorer, planning and writing our own missing chapter. The children have absorbed incredible language skills over the past few weeks and it has been so rewarding to see them used in this final piece of writing. Personification, adverbs, detailed descriptions of body language and so very much more have been used to great effect, allowing everyone to write a story rich in detailed descriptions and filled with action. Every single young writer has exceeded all expectations, writing by far their best piece of fiction yet.

    Our Maths has stepped up in challenge, and every Year 4 has stepped up with it as you can see from the accompanying photo of Fred, Habiba and others working hard. We have continued with our fraction work, moving on to addition and subtraction. The problems the children have been faced with are complex and challenging, but also fun and rewarding. What has been particularly great to see is the amount of different methods children are capable of using to solve fraction calculations, which shows a really high level of fluency. Lana and Alex did a wonderful job explaining their methods to the class.

    Geography sees us continue to learn about Brazil and – a little bonus for our regular readers – here’s a clue as to what’s coming next: we will be using this knowledge of Brazil for our next English unit, writing a persuasive letter to a certain someone. Who could it be? What could it be about?

    Thanks also to all the parents who attended parents’ evening, it was such a pleasure to have the opportunity to share so many wonderful things about all the children. It really does help us teachers put into perspective quite how well everyone is doing too. If you didn’t make it, please just contact the office and we will gladly meet with you whenever works for you.

    Finally, another reminder that our children are very lucky to have access to the wonderful Times Table Rockstars app and website. Although not specifically part of the homework, it is an incredibly useful tool for times table practice and we recommend squeezing in a few minutes of it here and there. We will redistribute login details very soon.

    Thanks again for all your support!

    Year Five News

    Fri 28 February 2020

    We are excited to tell you that Year 3 have started another Shakespeare play! This spring, it’s all about A Midsummer Night’s Dream. For the next six weeks, the children will be participating in drama and storytelling at the start of the week and then doing writing inspired by what they’ve learnt. On Monday, we entered the court of Duke Theseus of Athens, a formal and hierarchical place. Here we met Egeus who, ‘full of vexation’, has come to complain to the Duke that his daughter, Hermia, won’t marry Demetrius. It turns out that Hermia actually loves Lysander and wishes to run away with him. Just to complicate matters (Shakespeare did love a complication!), Hermia’s best friend, Helena, is in love with Demetrius! We came up with actions for each of the characters – ask your child to show you – and created a lovely map to show how all the characters relate to each other. The plot may be more complicated than Eastenders but this was no problem for the children of Year 3 who could explain all the complexities with ease!

    In Maths, we have been looking at the twelve-hour clock, so AM and PM, and ‘minutes past’ and ‘minutes to’. ‘Minutes to’ is a particularly tricky concept so anything you can do at home to help with this is will make a big difference. In Geography, we’ve been learning about the different cities in Italy. We’ve all decided that a field trip to eat pasta and gelato should be on the cards! In Science, we have completed our unit on light and are moving onto forces.

    Don’t forget that it’s World Book Day next Thursday, 5th March. We’d love to see your child dressed as their favourite book character but home clothes are also welcome! If you have any old costumes you’d like to donate to the school, please do bring them in. Thank you in advance!

    Year Four News

    Fri 06 March 2020

    Where better to begin that our World Book Day celebrations this week! As you can see from the accompanying photos, the costumes were simply amazing. The best we’ve ever seen in my opinion! We also had a special visit from an author who did a workshop in each Year 4 class, during which the children did such a lovely job expressing their love of reading. We also wrote book reviews of our favourite books to put up on display in the classrooms. Finally, we joined the reception classes for some paired reading and the Year 4 children were just so lovely when working with the younger ones. We had such a wonderful day and are already looking forward to next year!

    Did anyone guess what our new writing topic is from the clues in last week’s newsletter? What we have started doing is practising persuasive writing so we can convince those responsible to save our rainforests, not continue with deforestation. We want to give a balanced argument, so we have begun by looking at some of the reasons why rainforests are cut down before studying the many reasons we should do everything we can to save them. April and Lazlo did a great job in coming up with arguments for and against deforestation.

    Our Maths learning has moved on from fractions and on to time, where we have been practising converting from minutes to seconds and back again, as well as converting from 12-hour to 24-hour clocks. It’s been fabulous to see how many children have remembered their learning from last year and worked hard to get even better. Joshua and Elise have done some particularly great time conversions, some as tricky as converting 150 minutes into seconds!

    Well done everyone on such a fantastic week and make sure you all have a relaxing weekend!

    Year Three News

    Fri 06 March 2020

    What a week it’s been! Yesterday was Ms Jacobs’ favourite day of the year – World Book Day! The children of Year 3 had the best costumes yet and showed so much enthusiasm for all the reading activities. The assembly was a real highlight. They heard from Elka Evalds, author of ‘Granny Magic’, who spoke about the joys of writing and making sure you follow your dreams. Then we had the ‘Dress the Teacher’ competition where the children had to guess which book characters the different teachers were as they put on items of clothing. The hall erupted into screams when worms were found in Mr Twit’s (Ms Fraser’s) pockets! Ms Worley made a superb Hagrid, sporting crazy hair, a dark coat, a big beard and a pink umbrella! On Monday, Nickleby Class also met the Children’s Laureate (Cressida Cowell, ‘How to Train your Dragon’) and the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street on Monday. There are loads of photos on the school Instagram – do take a look!

    When we’ve not been revelling in the joys of books and reading, we have been having a brilliant time in the enchanted forest of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’. In our drama session, we created the forest using our ‘magic canvas’. The children showed incredible creativity in creating the magical flora and fauna, particularly Nyakeh and Elsie. We then learnt about the quarrel between Oberon and Titania. Each of them had a gang of fairies on their side and the children had huge fun chorusing lines from the play and showing their antipathy to the other side with their body language. It was quite something to see!

    In Maths, we have been working out how to tell how many hours, minutes and seconds have passed. The children have been tackling this with characteristic determination. They can now also tell you the correct time in at least two different ways – test them at home! In Geography, we have been looking at different Italian cities and how they differ from each other and London. In Science, the children have been experimenting with which materials are magnetic. It is not all metals! Ask the children which ones are.

    Year Four News

    Thu 12 March 2020

    We have had another brilliant, fun-filled, learning-packed week! There’s no better place to begin than Science Week, and a very special thank you to all the Year 4 children who produced such incredible projects for the exhibition. We have never seen such a wonderful collection of artistic, scientific exhibits. Everyone who contributed (too many to list here!) should be so proud of all their hard work and scientific ingenuity.

    We also had an inspiring and exciting workshop all about space. The children learned about how the moon orbits the sun via an experiment using a skateboard and rope. They also did an experiment themselves, using a fizzy vitamin tablet placed in a canister, which was then filled with water and the lid attached. The fizz caused the canister to fill with gas which eventually caused it to fly up into the air. This is a demonstration of thrust, the force used to leave the earth’s atmosphere. Finally, some children got to experience g-force, the force astronauts feel as they speed towards space. Make sure you check out the photos of these fun, action-packed and often-hilarious activities.

    In non-science related business, we have begun planning our persuasive letters designed to protest against the deforestation occurring in the world’s rainforests, particularly Brazil. Veronica and Zacharie have designed exceptional plans filled with strong arguments to help them write their letters. We have also practised a variety of persuasive sentences including emotive language to appeal to the heart of the reader. Everyone’s sentences were exceptional, but the quality and quantity of Farida and Perez’s work deserves a mention.

    This term really is flying by, and every day we are all so impressed with how far the children have already come. It really does make all of everyone’s hard work worthwhile and we all definitely deserve a rest this weekend!

    Year Three News

    Thu 12 March 2020

    What a magnificently scientific week it’s been! First, congratulations to all the children who submitted projects to the Science Week competition! They were of an amazingly high standard – creative, interesting and packed with scientific thinking and facts. The teachers agree that it was very difficult to judge, and we look forward to hearing the results next week. On Monday, we were treated to a fantastic assembly about plastic by Mark Miodownik and Ruby Wright (Lazlo and Ida’s parents). They explained the life-cycle of plastic, using gasp-inducing practical experiments, including using a hairdryer to separate plastics and a black light to sort different materials. The main message was how important it is to recycle plastics, something that the children are very good at doing at school. Mark and Ruby’s beautifully illustrated booklet is on display in both Nickleby and Oliver Classes for the children to enjoy.

    On Tuesday, the children participated in a brilliant space workshop where they were made to ‘orbit’ like the moon, made rockets, and experienced G-force! The children were fantastically engaged, sharing impressive facts about space, and screaming with delight when their rockets ascended into the sky. There’s no question that Year 3 love Science! And, as if that wasn’t enough, they also had their regular Science lesson in class too. Our focus on magnets continued with the children having loads of fun investigating which coins are magnetic. Interestingly, coppers made before 1992 are not magnetic because they were made of bronze, whereas ones made more recently are magnetic because they are made from copper-coated steel. The children were amazed when they saw coins from the 70s, which made Ms Worley feel very old!

    It was also assessment week this week, which meant that the children got to show off how much progress they’ve made since last term. The children have been brilliant at calmly doing their assessments – well done Year 3! That doesn’t mean that other learning has stopped however! We have continued with our Maths unit on time, working out how much time has passed in hours, minutes and seconds. In English, we have met the ‘mechanical’ characters – a group of tradesmen who have met in the enchanted forest to rehearse ‘Pyramus and Thisbee’ for the Duke’s wedding. The children found it hilarious that this ‘am dram’ group isn’t actually very good and had a riot putting on their own hammed up versions of the play. In Geography, we have been developing our compass skills, with reference to the English counties and Italian regions. The children have become very proficient at identifying North, South, East and West – well done!

    Calendar

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    7 January 2019

    Children back to school

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    16 January 2019

    Year 4 trip to Institute of Imagination

    Packed lunch and waterproof coat required. Parents/ carers please let your child’s class teacher know if you would like to volunteer

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    17 January 2019

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    PwC Panto Sleeping Beauty

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    28 January 2019

    Chinese New Year performance - 10am main hall

    Show lasts 40 mins and all year groups invited

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    29 January 2019

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    30 January 2019

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    31 January 2019

    Year 6 trip to Old Kent Road Fire Station - 12.30pm to 3.30pm

    Citizenship workshop. Children will need a packed lunch

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    5 February 2019

    Young Voices O2 Arena - Year 5 - All day

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    6 February 2019

    Debate Mate Club trip to Rosendale Primary School - Primary Urban Debate League Round 1

    Parent volunteers welcome

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    7 February 2019

    Year 2 trip to Horniman Museum - All day - Packed lunch required

    Year 6 Wick Court Farm Residential Trip – Group 2 - Return on 14th

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    13 February 2019

    Havisham class trip to The Unicorn Theatre - 1pm til 3pm

    Parent volunteers please contact Ms Khan

    Year 4 trip to Institute of Imagination - All day

    Change of plan - event now happening at school. No parent volunteers needed.

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    14 February 2019

    Year 6 Wick Court Farm Residential Trip – Group 2 -Return

    Mid-Year Reports to Children

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    15 February 2019

    Year 6 (non-farmers) to the Science Museum - 9.30am to 3.30pm

    Packed lunch required

    Last day of term

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    16 February 2019

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    17 February 2019

    Half Term

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    18 February 2019

    Young Voices choir 2020 Registration Launch opens from 8.30am

    Register on Young Voices website - https://www.youngvoices.co.uk

    Half Term

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    19 February 2019

    Half Term

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    20 February 2019

    Half Term

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    21 February 2019

    Half Term

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    22 February 2019

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    23 February 2019

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    24 February 2019

    Parent Teacher Meetings

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    Parent Teacher Meetings

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    26 February 2019

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    27 February 2019

    Governors Meeting - Curriculum And Standards - 4pm

    Governors Meeting - Resources - 5:30pm

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    28 February 2019

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    1 March 2019

    School Council trip to Houses of Parliament

    Parent volunteer spaces now filled

    PTA event - pancake/ Mardi gras celebration - 3.30pm to 4.30pm

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    2 March 2019

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    3 March 2019

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    4 March 2019

    Parent's Evening 3.30pm - 6pm

    Year 3 Steve McQueen and Tate Project Photograph - Top Hall - 1.30pm to 3.3.30pm

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    5 March 2019

    Parent's Evening 3.30pm - 6pm

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    6 March 2019

    World Book Day

    Children and Adults invited to come dressed as a character from a book

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    7 March 2019

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    8 March 2019

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    9 March 2019

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    10 March 2019

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    11 March 2019

    Full Governors meeting - 6pm

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    12 March 2019

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    13 March 2019

    Debate Mate trip to Rosendale Primary School

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    14 March 2019

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    15 March 2019

    Cake sale after school for Red Nose day

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    16 March 2019

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    17 March 2019

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    18 March 2019

    Photographs - individual and sibling groups - Top hall - 7.30am - 2pm

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    19 March 2019

    Year 1 Trip to RAF Museum - Packed lunch required

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    20 March 2019

    Year 5 trip to Horniman Museum - all day

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    21 March 2019

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    Creative Arts Sharing from music, art, dance lessons - 4pm to 4.30pm

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    28 March 2019

    Folk Orchestra performing at OTUS - 2.15pm

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    Year 5 in-school Play 'Hercules and Phoebe' - 2pm and 6pm

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    5 April 2019

    Last day of term - School closes at 2pm

    Children return to school on 23rd April

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    23 April 2019

    First day of term - children return to school

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    30 April 2019

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Main Hall

    Topic: Southwark Local Offer (Led by Mr Cannock) An overview of the range of services and opportunities for families, young people and children within the borough.

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    May Bank Holiday - School Closed

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    7 May 2019

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    8 May 2019

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Main Hall

    Topic: Autism and the power of visuals, Makaton and Timetabling (Led by Mr Cannock) A session looking at understanding autism and the impact that the use of visuals, signing (Makaton) and timetabling can have on enabling communication and behaviours to be quickly developed.

    Journal club: Collaborative Learning - 4pm - 5.30pm

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    9 May 2019

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    11 May 2019

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    12 May 2019

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    13 May 2019

    Parent's Evening 3.30pm to 6pm - (not Yr 6)

    KS1 & KS2 SATs week

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    14 May 2019

    Parent's Evening 3.30pm to 6pm - (not Yr 6)

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    15 May 2019

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    16 May 2019

    Governors Meeting - Resources - 5:30pm

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    17 May 2019

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    18 May 2019

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    20 May 2019

    KS1 SATs week

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    21 May 2019

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Main Hall

    Topic: Emotional regulation strategies (Led by Mr Eggleton) A practical session on sharing and practising the strategies that children have learnt in school to regulate emotions with parents and families.

    Photographs - Formal class groups - Top Hall - 7.30am to 1pm

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    22 May 2019

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    23 May 2019

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    24 May 2019

    Last day of Term - Children return to school on 3rd June

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    1 June 2019

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    First day of Term - Children return to school

    Year 5 French trip Hardelot (Trip A) - Children return on 5th June

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    4 June 2019

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    5 June 2019

    Year 5 French trip Hardelot (Trip B) - Children return on 7th June

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    6 June 2019

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    7 June 2019

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    8 June 2019

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    9 June 2019

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    10 June 2019

    Information session on secondary school transition - 9am - All welcome

    Led by Rebecca Kaloo, co-chair of governors and Cassie Buchanan, headteacher. Will Cannock (SENCo) will be on hand to answer any questions relating to SEN applications.

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    11 June 2019

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Main Hall

    Topic: Dyslexia: what works? (Led by Mr Cannock) This session looks at evidence based strategies that have shown to support learners with dyslexia develop reading, writing skills and confidence. This will also be an opportunity to have a closer look at the Nessy Programme that many children have access to and how you can support at home.

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    12 June 2019

    NURSERY - TROTWOOD new parents welcome meeting in new hall - 9am - 10am

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    13 June 2019

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    14 June 2019

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    15 June 2019

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    16 June 2019

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    17 June 2019

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    18 June 2019

    Book Fair - 18th June to 25th June 2019

    Year 4 Athletics competition - Bacon's College - 9am - 3pm

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    19 June 2019

    NURSERY - TINY TIM Parents welcome meeting - 9am - 10am

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    20 June 2019

    Year 6 Football celebration - Flipout - 10.30am - 2.30pm

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    21 June 2019

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    22 June 2019

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    23 June 2019

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    24 June 2019

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    25 June 2019

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    26 June 2019

    KS1 Sport's Day

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Main Hall

    Topic: Working Memory: training the brain's secretary (Led by Mr Cannock) A session focussing on understanding the importance of developing working memory for children who find it hard to remember, process and act on new information.

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    27 June 2019

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    28 June 2019

    KS2 Sports Day

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    29 June 2019

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    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Library

    Topic: Offering a Language rich environment and narrating play (Led by Jenni Evans, Speech and Language Therapist)

    Yr 5 Micawber Outdoor athletics - Bacons College trip

    Eastington School visiting Year 6

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    Wed 3 July 2019

    Ukulele sharing - 9.30am - 10.15am

    Reception - Boat trip

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    Thurs 4 July 2019

    Eisteddfod - Main Hall

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    Fri 5 July 2019

    Concert violinists and Folk Ensemble at Glaziers Hall - 4pm - 5.30pm

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    Sat 6 July 2019

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    Sun 7 July 2019

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    Governors Meeting - Children, Families, Community - 4pm

    Governors Meeting - Curriculum And Standards - 5:30pm

    Summer music Concert at CDS 4pm - 5.30pm

    Group of Year 5 pupils visiting law firm

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    Tues 9 July 2019

    KS2 SATs results

    Year 5 Geography field trip to the London Metropolitan Archives and the River Thames

    Year 3 going to British Muweum

    Parents Evening - Year 6 only

    Appointments can be booked on the online Parents Evening booking system

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    Wed 10 July 2019

    Coffee morning and Parent/ Carers Workshop - 09.00 - 10.00 - Library

    Topic: Speech and language games and activities at home (Led by Ms Pasantes) This session will focus on general activities and ideas to support children with Speech and Language needs over the summer holiday.

    Chinese Students visiting for 3 days

    KS1 Seaside trip - Littlehampton

    Parents Evening - Year 6 only

    Appointments can be booked on the online Parents Evening booking system

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    Thurs 11 July 2019

    Year 6 Summer show - 2pm and 6pm

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    Fri 12 July 2019

    Last day for Trotwood children

    Summer Fair Day

    School and Eco Councillers visit to Houses of Parliament

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    Sat 13 July 2019

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    Sun 14 July 2019

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    Mon 15 July 2019

    Full Governors Meeting - 6pm

    Open House and meet the teacher - 3.30 - 5 pm

    Families are welcome to their visit their child's current classroom and take a look at the learning in books from this term. Children will also have an opportunity to take their families to meet their teacher for next year.

    Year 3 and Year 1 visiting Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in the morning

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    Tues 16 July 2019

    French Day

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    Wed 17 July 2019

    Creative Arts Sharing 3.30 - 4pm

    There will be dance performances, an art exhibition and learning from music lessons.

    Reception Graduation Ceremony - Mint Street - 10am

    Picnic lunch and games after Graduation ceremony

    Year 6 Dulwich Park all day

    UNICEF Rights Respecting picnic - Burgess Park - School council with Southwark Park Primary

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    Thurs 18 July 2019

    Year 6 Leavers Disco

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    Fri 19 July 2019

    End of year leavers assembly - 10am to 10.30am

    School closes at 2pm

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    Sat 20 July 2019

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    Sun 21 July 2019

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    Mon 22 July 2019

    INSET DAY

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    INSET DAY

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    First day of Autumn Term 2019

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    Governors Strategy Day - 3.30pm

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    Year 4 (Pickwick) overnight visit to Ancient Technology Centre

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    Year 4 (Pickwick) overnight visit to Ancient Technology Centre

    Year 4 (Barkis Class) overnight visit to Ancient Technology Centre

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    Year 4 (Barkis Class) overnight visit to Ancient Technology Centre

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    International Day (includes food sharing from parents) - 3.30pm

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    Tues 1 October 2019

    Open Morning for Prospective Parents - 9.30am

    Book with the school office

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    Year 6 Mosque Visit

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    Tues 8 October 2019

    9

    Wed 9 October 2019

    10

    Thurs 10 October 2019

    11

    Fri 11 October 2019

    Year 6 Wick Court Farm Residential Trip – Group 1

    Return on 18th

    12

    Sat 12 October 2019

    13

    Sun 13 October 2019

    14

    Mon 14 October 2019

    15

    Tues 15 October 2019

    16

    Wed 16 October 2019

    17

    Thurs 17 October 2019

    18

    Fri 18 October 2019

    Year 6 Wick Court Farm Residential Trip – Group 1- Return

    19

    Sat 19 October 2019

    20

    Sun 20 October 2019

    21

    Mon 21 October 2019

    HALF TERM

    22

    Tues 22 October 2019

    HALF TERM

    23

    Wed 23 October 2019

    HALF TERM

    24

    Thurs 24 October 2019

    HALF TERM

    25

    Fri 25 October 2019

    HALF TERM

    26

    Sat 26 October 2019

    27

    Sun 27 October 2019

    28

    Mon 28 October 2019

    INSET day school closed for pupils

    29

    Tues 29 October 2019

    Parent and teacher meetings 3.30-6pm

    30

    Wed 30 October 2019

    Open Morning for Prospective Parents - 9.30am

    Book with the school office

    Parent and teacher meetings 3.30-6pm

    31

    Thurs 31 October 2019

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    1

    Fri 1 November 2019

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    Sat 2 November 2019

    3

    Sun 3 November 2019

    4

    Mon 4 November 2019

    Vision screen for Reception children

    5

    Tues 5 November 2019

    Open Morning for Prospective Parents - 9.30am

    Book with the school office

    Year 5 will be visiting the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton for a workshop on freedom fighters in Georgian Britain as part of their History topic

    6

    Wed 6 November 2019

    7

    Thurs 7 November 2019

    8

    Fri 8 November 2019

    9

    Sat 9 November 2019

    10

    Sun 10 November 2019

    11

    Mon 11 November 2019

    12

    Tues 12 November 2019

    Book Fair - visiting for one week

    13

    Wed 13 November 2019

    14

    Thurs 14 November 2019

    School Disco - Thursday 14th of November

    15

    Fri 15 November 2019

    16

    Sat 16 November 2019

    17

    Sun 17 November 2019

    18

    Mon 18 November 2019

    19

    Tues 19 November 2019

    20

    Wed 20 November 2019

    Open Morning for Prospective Parents - 9.30am

    21

    Thurs 21 November 2019

    22

    Fri 22 November 2019

    23

    Sat 23 November 2019

    24

    Sun 24 November 2019

    25

    Mon 25 November 2019

    26

    Tues 26 November 2019

    Year 5 trip to Greenwich Royal Observatory

    27

    Wed 27 November 2019

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - 3.30pm

    28

    Thurs 28 November 2019

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - 3.30pm

    29

    Fri 29 November 2019

    Frost Fair - 3.30pm

    30

    Sat 30 November 2019

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    1

    Sun 1 December 2019

    2

    Mon 2 December 2019

    3

    Tues 3 December 2019

    Open Morning for Prospective Parents - 9.30am

    Book with the school office

    Winter Show performed by Year 1 & 2 - 10am and 2pm

    4

    Wed 4 December 2019

    Nativity (Reception classes - Little Dorrit and Gargery) - 10am

    5

    Thurs 5 December 2019

    Winter Show performed by year 3 and 4 - 2pm and 6pm

    6

    Fri 6 December 2019

    Flu Vaccinations for Years Reception to 6

    7

    Sat 7 December 2019

    8

    Sun 8 December 2019

    9

    Mon 9 December 2019

    10

    Tues 10 December 2019

    Christmas Dinner

    11

    Wed 11 December 2019

    Creative Arts Sharing (all year groups) - 3.30pm

    12

    Thurs 12 December 2019

    13

    Fri 13 December 2019

    Last day of Term 2pm finish

    14

    Sat 14 December 2019

    15

    Sun 15 December 2019

    16

    Mon 16 December 2019

    17

    Tues 17 December 2019

    18

    Wed 18 December 2019

    19

    Thurs 19 December 2019

    20

    Fri 20 December 2019

    21

    Sat 21 December 2019

    22

    Sun 22 December 2019

    23

    Mon 23 December 2019

    24

    Tues 24 December 2019

    25

    Wed 25 December 2019

    26

    Thurs 26 December 2019

    27

    Fri 27 December 2019

    28

    Sat 28 December 2019

    29

    Sun 29 December 2019

    30

    Mon 30 December 2019

    31

    Tues 31 December 2019

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    1

    Wed 1 January 2020

    2

    Thurs 2 January 2020

    3

    Fri 3 January 2020

    4

    Sat 4 January 2020

    5

    Sun 5 January 2020

    6

    Mon 6 January 2020

    First day of Term – Children return to school

    7

    Tues 7 January 2020

    8

    Wed 8 January 2020

    9

    Thurs 9 January 2020

    10

    Fri 10 January 2020

    11

    Sat 11 January 2020

    12

    Sun 12 January 2020

    13

    Mon 13 January 2020

    14

    Tues 14 January 2020

    15

    Wed 15 January 2020

    16

    Thurs 16 January 2020

    17

    Fri 17 January 2020

    18

    Sat 18 January 2020

    19

    Sun 19 January 2020

    20

    Mon 20 January 2020

    21

    Tues 21 January 2020

    22

    Wed 22 January 2020

    Year 4 PWC Pantomime Trip tbc

    23

    Thurs 23 January 2020

    24

    Fri 24 January 2020

    25

    Sat 25 January 2020

    26

    Sun 26 January 2020

    27

    Mon 27 January 2020

    28

    Tues 28 January 2020

    29

    Wed 29 January 2020

    30

    Thurs 30 January 2020

    Year 6 Citizenship at Old Kent Road Fire Station

    31

    Fri 31 January 2020

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    1

    Sat 1 February 2020

    2

    Sun 2 February 2020

    3

    Mon 3 February 2020

    4

    Tues 4 February 2020

    Young Voices at O2 Arena

    5

    Wed 5 February 2020

    6

    Thurs 6 February 2020

    7

    Fri 7 February 2020

    Wick Court Farm residential trip final group of YR6 and some YR5, returning on Friday 14th.

    8

    Sat 8 February 2020

    9

    Sun 9 February 2020

    10

    Mon 10 February 2020

    11

    Tues 11 February 2020

    12

    Wed 12 February 2020

    13

    Thurs 13 February 2020

    14

    Fri 14 February 2020

    Break up for Half term at 3:30pm

    Midyear reports out to parents and carers

    15

    Sat 15 February 2020

    16

    Sun 16 February 2020

    17

    Mon 17 February 2020

    18

    Tues 18 February 2020

    19

    Wed 19 February 2020

    20

    Thurs 20 February 2020

    21

    Fri 21 February 2020

    22

    Sat 22 February 2020

    23

    Sun 23 February 2020

    24

    Mon 24 February 2020

    1st day back following half term break

    PARENTS EVENING

    25

    Tues 25 February 2020

    PARENTS EVENING

    26

    Wed 26 February 2020

    Recepion and Year 6 height and weight check

    27

    Thurs 27 February 2020

    28

    Fri 28 February 2020

    29

    Sat 29 February 2020

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    Sun 1 March 2020

    2

    Mon 2 March 2020

    3

    Tues 3 March 2020

    4

    Wed 4 March 2020

    5

    Thurs 5 March 2020

    World Book Day

    Children can come to school dressed as favourite book character.

    6

    Fri 6 March 2020

    7

    Sat 7 March 2020

    8

    Sun 8 March 2020

    9

    Mon 9 March 2020

    Science Week

    10

    Tues 10 March 2020

    11

    Wed 11 March 2020

    Science Week

    Debatemate trip to Rosendale School leaving at 2pm

    12

    Thurs 12 March 2020

    Science Week

    Vision Screening for Reception classes

    PTA Disco -POSTPONED NEW DATE TO FOLLOW

    13

    Fri 13 March 2020

    Science Week

    14

    Sat 14 March 2020

    Science Week

    15

    Sun 15 March 2020

    Science Week

    16

    Mon 16 March 2020

    17

    Tues 17 March 2020

    INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY GROUP PHOTOGRAPHS - POSTPONED

    18

    Wed 18 March 2020

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - POSTPONED

    19

    Thurs 19 March 2020

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - POSTPONED

    20

    Fri 20 March 2020

    21

    Sat 21 March 2020

    22

    Sun 22 March 2020

    23

    Mon 23 March 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am - 3pm

    24

    Tues 24 March 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am - 3pm

    25

    Wed 25 March 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am - 3pm

    26

    Thurs 26 March 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am - 3pm

    Year 5 Show - POSTPONED

    27

    Fri 27 March 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am - 3pm

    28

    Sat 28 March 2020

    29

    Sun 29 March 2020

    30

    Mon 30 March 2020

    31

    Tues 31 March 2020

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    29 30

    1

    Wed 1 April 2020

    Creative Arts Sharing - 3.30pm POSTPONED

    2

    Thurs 2 April 2020

    3

    Fri 3 April 2020

    Last day of Term 2pm finish

    4

    Sat 4 April 2020

    5

    Sun 5 April 2020

    6

    Mon 6 April 2020

    7

    Tues 7 April 2020

    8

    Wed 8 April 2020

    9

    Thurs 9 April 2020

    10

    Fri 10 April 2020

    11

    Sat 11 April 2020

    12

    Sun 12 April 2020

    13

    Mon 13 April 2020

    14

    Tues 14 April 2020

    15

    Wed 15 April 2020

    16

    Thurs 16 April 2020

    17

    Fri 17 April 2020

    18

    Sat 18 April 2020

    19

    Sun 19 April 2020

    20

    Mon 20 April 2020

    First day of term – Children return to school

    21

    Tues 21 April 2020

    22

    Wed 22 April 2020

    After lunch Little Dorrit Class trip to Unicorn Theatre to see 'Wild at the Unicorn'

    23

    Thurs 23 April 2020

    YR 5 trip to Unicorn to see Gulivers Travels

    24

    Fri 24 April 2020

    25

    Sat 25 April 2020

    26

    Sun 26 April 2020

    27

    Mon 27 April 2020

    28

    Tues 28 April 2020

    29

    Wed 29 April 2020

    After lunch Gargery Class trip to Unicorn to see 'Wild at the Unicorn'

    30

    Thurs 30 April 2020

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    1

    Fri 1 May 2020

    2

    Sat 2 May 2020

    3

    Sun 3 May 2020

    4

    Mon 4 May 2020

    5

    Tues 5 May 2020

    6

    Wed 6 May 2020

    7

    Thurs 7 May 2020

    8

    Fri 8 May 2020

    May Bank Holiday

    9

    Sat 9 May 2020

    10

    Sun 10 May 2020

    11

    Mon 11 May 2020

    Year 6 SATS week

    12

    Tues 12 May 2020

    Year 6 SATS week

    13

    Wed 13 May 2020

    Year 6 SATS week

    14

    Thurs 14 May 2020

    Year 6 SATS week

    15

    Fri 15 May 2020

    Year 6 SATS week

    16

    Sat 16 May 2020

    17

    Sun 17 May 2020

    18

    Mon 18 May 2020

    19

    Tues 19 May 2020

    20

    Wed 20 May 2020

    YR2 out to robotology at Unicorn Theatre

    21

    Thurs 21 May 2020

    22

    Fri 22 May 2020

    Last day before half term break

    23

    Sat 23 May 2020

    24

    Sun 24 May 2020

    25

    Mon 25 May 2020

    Half Term

    26

    Tues 26 May 2020

    Half Term

    27

    Wed 27 May 2020

    Half Term

    28

    Thurs 28 May 2020

    Half Term

    29

    Fri 29 May 2020

    Half Term

    30

    Sat 30 May 2020

    31

    Sun 31 May 2020

    MTWTFSS

    1

    Mon 1 June 2020

    SEND learning review meetings with parents

    2

    Tues 2 June 2020

    SEND learning review meetings with parents

    3

    Wed 3 June 2020

    SEND learning review meetings with parents

    YR1 Robotology trip to Unicorn

    4

    Thurs 4 June 2020

    SEND learning review meetings with parents

    5

    Fri 5 June 2020

    SEND learning review meetings with parents

    PTA camp out

    6

    Sat 6 June 2020

    7

    Sun 7 June 2020

    8

    Mon 8 June 2020

    Year 4 National Multiplication Check 8th - 25th June

    Year 1 National Phonics Screening

    9

    Tues 9 June 2020

    Year 1 National Phonics Screening

    10

    Wed 10 June 2020

    Year 1 National Phonics Screening

    YR3 all day trip to Butser Ancient farm CANCELLED

    11

    Thurs 11 June 2020

    Year 1 National Phonics Screening

    12

    Fri 12 June 2020

    Year 1 National Phonics Screening

    13

    Sat 13 June 2020

    14

    Sun 14 June 2020

    15

    Mon 15 June 2020

    16

    Tues 16 June 2020

    Book Fair

    17

    Wed 17 June 2020

    French Residential Visit (Year 5)

    Book Fair

    18

    Thurs 18 June 2020

    French Residential Visit (Year 5)

    Book Fair

    19

    Fri 19 June 2020

    French Residential Visit (Year 5)

    20

    Sat 20 June 2020

    21

    Sun 21 June 2020

    22

    Mon 22 June 2020

    23

    Tues 23 June 2020

    24

    Wed 24 June 2020

    Key Stage One Sports Day

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - 3.30pm

    Book Fair visiting for one week

    25

    Thurs 25 June 2020

    Music Recitals for children who have lessons - 3.30pm

    26

    Fri 26 June 2020

    Key Stage Two Sports Day

    27

    Sat 27 June 2020

    28

    Sun 28 June 2020

    29

    Mon 29 June 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am-3pm

    30

    Tues 30 June 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am-3pm

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    1

    Wed 1 July 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am-3pm

    2

    Thurs 2 July 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am-3pm

    3

    Fri 3 July 2020

    Music teacher and parent meetings - 9am-3pm

    4

    Sat 4 July 2020

    5

    Sun 5 July 2020

    6

    Mon 6 July 2020

    7

    Tues 7 July 2020

    YR6 parents evening and SAT results

    8

    Wed 8 July 2020

    9

    Thurs 9 July 2020

    YR6 Show

    10

    Fri 10 July 2020

    PTA Summer Fair

    11

    Sat 11 July 2020

    12

    Sun 12 July 2020

    13

    Mon 13 July 2020

    Open House and meet the teacher

    14

    Tues 14 July 2020

    15

    Wed 15 July 2020

    Creative Arts Sharing - 3.30pm

    16

    Thurs 16 July 2020

    17

    Fri 17 July 2020

    18

    Sat 18 July 2020

    19

    Sun 19 July 2020

    20

    Mon 20 July 2020

    21

    Tues 21 July 2020

    22

    Wed 22 July 2020

    Children’s end of year reports

    Last day of term 2pm finish.

    23

    Thurs 23 July 2020

    24

    Fri 24 July 2020

    25

    Sat 25 July 2020

    26

    Sun 26 July 2020

    27

    Mon 27 July 2020

    28

    Tues 28 July 2020

    29

    Wed 29 July 2020

    30

    Thurs 30 July 2020

    31

    Fri 31 July 2020

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