Charles Dickens Eisteddfod 2017

It’s the time of year again when it’s time for the Eisteddfod! This year’s edition was yet another fantastic celebration of the artistic and creative talents our school has to offer. During our annual Eisteddfod, we witnessed amazing recitals, musical performances, songs, dances and a wide variety of homework competitions.


Well done to everyone who took part and a special well done to all of our prize winners! Make sure you enter lots of competitions next year so you’re in for a chance of a prize!


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Stars and Friends of the Week!

Well done to this week’s stars and friends of the week. Today we had two whole classes who won the title of Star of the Week because they had both been too wonderful to pick individual children! Congratulations to everyone and keep up the hard work!

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Oliver COOL!

Today, we were treated to a wonderful production of the book ‘Gregory Cool’ by Caroline Binch. Oliver Class retold the story of a young city boy visiting his family in Tobago. At first, he really wasn’t keen on life in the Caribbean but after some exciting events he quickly grew to like the wildly different way of life.

Well done to everyone in Oliver, it certainly was exceptionally cool!

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Bumble Class Assembly – The Sun Will Come Out!

What a triumph Bumble’s assembly was today! In the space of a brilliant 15 minutes, Bumble Class managed to teach us how to count in tens, how to use conjunctions and how to grow a pumpkin. Not only did they cram in a lifetime’s worth of learning, they also performed with incredible confidence and skill – there were singing rain clouds, dancing sunbeams, newsreaders and gardening experts. The solo singing was truly stunning. Well done to the whole of Bumble Class and thanks to Mr Paul, Ms Tyson and Ms Guthrie.

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Easter Hat Winners 2017 – Key Stage One and Early Years

Well done to everyone who made a hat. Three or four children were high commended from each class for their creativity and their high levels of effort in making their hats. As you will see from the previous post, there were hundreds of brilliant hats!

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Chuzzlewit Class Assembly

This week, Chuzzlewit performed a brilliant medley of sea shanties in an assembly all about journeys and emotional literacy! Well done to everyone who took part and especially to those of you who performed solos! It was wonderful to see so many beautiful smiles shining throughout the hall!

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