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          11/03/20

          Year 6 took part in an exciting workshop with ‘Schools in Space’ as part of Science week and enjoyed learning about how weather balloons have been used to explore space.

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          11/03/20

          Year 6 had a fantastic morning working with Gary from ‘Schools in Space’ we looked at the equipment they used to send a Go Pro into space 🚀🛰🌠🌍

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          11/03/20

          Retweeted From Roald Dahl HQ ✏️

          Sad to see the end of winter? No, us neither. //t.co/ynB9S8xqbp

          11/03/20

          Inspired by FLOTSAM. Imperial and St Andrews used the iPads to recreate images from the book. //t.co/ur8pHHwB4F

          11/03/20

          Take a look at our Maya masks. The children independently planned, designed and created the masks inspired by their history topic.These are displayed in the library and in Imperial Class. //t.co/iNJhDNe3Bp

          11/03/20

          Do you know what FLOTSAM and JETSAM are? Our Take One Book this term is FLOTSAM. For those interested in helping the children at home explore this unique book, there is a wonderful online YouTube version to watch and discuss. //t.co/AqY7eKSaHe //t.co/eMbUb5cYjU

          11/03/20

          Retweeted From St Albans Museums

          Back by popular demand! 'Mad Science at the Museum' this Saturday! Enjoy an session of surprises and pop-up experiments with a scientist from Mad Science. Suitable for all ages. £3 per attendee. Shows at 12pm, 1pm, 2pm and 3pm, lasting half an hour. //t.co/hf3M0LQiOk //t.co/MLgepM1CJl

          10/03/20

          Green Class enjoyed using their inference skills and being investigators for their Take One Book text 'FLOTSAM' by David Wiesner. //t.co/sELOsC2rU2

          10/03/20

          Word of the Week Our word of the week for next week is: Cycle (verb/noun) Definition – a series of events that are repeated Example – 'Today we are going to be exploring the life cycle of a butterly!' exclaimed Mr Arnold to his class //t.co/KzaX2N6soY

          10/03/20

          Over the next few months, each class in primary will be taking part in a sewing project. We'd be very grateful to receive any spare materials or scraps you may have at home. This can include fabrics, felt, ribbons, wadding, wool, buttons, beads, needles and binca. Many thanks.

          09/03/20

          Yellow Class enjoyed using their inference skills and being investigators for their Take One Book text 'FLOTSAM' by David Wiesner. //t.co/iPENIq2GSW

          09/03/20

          Mrs Poptani delivered a fantastic talk to year 6 about the importance of the Quran and her experiences //t.co/E8Qu5N6EYB

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          And this is where we are! //t.co/k6ZvlE0Nbm

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          An incredible sight and proud to be taking part in this amazing event! //t.co/8Z51OyZFKz

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          Our current view! //t.co/hkO9l3GlIH

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          For parents picking up students after the coach is actually parked on Kensington Gore which is the main road. To the left if you are looking across to Albert Memorial

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          We’ve arrived! //t.co/ulCr30DHS2

          08/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA Music

          Y6 and Y7 singers are on the way to the excited to be taking part in the gala concert for the first time! //t.co/Gl4GslUGDe

          06/03/20

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          resources (they even added their own scenarios and dramatic posing) //t.co/od1KEdytAt

          05/03/20

          The children were eager to enjoy the film and celebrate. A great event //t.co/qzAtYN0YJz

          05/03/20

          Reception joined Year 5 for reading today. It was wonderful for everyone to hear about our book choices! //t.co/9l7y16gGRq

          05/03/20

          Retweeted From SRA - English

          A wonderful morning celebrating with our Year 7 and 8 students reading along with Year 4 and 5. Favourites included Harry Potter (of course), Roald Dahl and some non-fiction titles such as Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls //t.co/fWak5OIMtT

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          Wow! We have just reached 100,000 stories shared on our Share-O-Meter! You lot are AMAZING! There’s still time to register and help us reach our goal of one million stories shared by schools and families across the country. JOIN US //t.co/W4iPl0O6bJ //t.co/GvP6wsewQc

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          Never stop learning //t.co/aVh0Xi3AYQ

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA - English

          Our very own Ms Cradduck discussing SCHOLAR and what Social Awareness looks like in our school and curriculum //t.co/xkET8PB4uo

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA Science

          a great start to this years staff conference, a really useful & informative keynote from . Lots to think about and great practical ideas given to help improve our practice

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          No conference could happen without the people working behind the scenes. //t.co/rEURw3z1wc

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          Brilliant fake news awareness workshop by Mr Kiernan //t.co/CTF12b6NRe

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA_Geography

          An outstanding worksop by Ms Keys and Ms Ablett Jackson on the importance of oracy in learning //t.co/dzBAYB15PT

          28/02/20

          Retweeted From MissNKeys

          Excellent session on the importance of Cultural Capital and where we are already applying this across curriculums; but areas of focus to ensure we are helping to form well-rounded, inclusive individuals. //t.co/4CQ15g5K8O

          27/02/20

          Retweeted From SRA PE dept

          Huge well done to our primary students who took part in another cross country event on Tuesday!! Fantastic effort by all!

          27/02/20

          Thank you to and staff for helping the children have a great evening //t.co/wzyJahRpGa

          26/02/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          We’re so excited to announce that our friends at have launched their Share A Million Stories campaign with a special edition of the Beano comic. It’s out TODAY! 📚😀 //t.co/NwqMQbEBPb

          26/02/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          DID YOU KNOW that the World Book Day £1 books are available in braille, large print & audio, thanks to support from & ? The £1 book tokens are valid from Thursday 27 February – Sunday 29 March 2020, so don't forget to swap it for a book during WBD month. 🙌📚 //t.co/jgn0ouUbtf

          25/02/20

          Teachers showing off their pancake flipping skills in assembly this morning 🥞 //t.co/MQvMVQarKG

          Personal Development & Citizenship

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          Work Experience is enjoyed by students in Year 10 when they have a week working in a variety of trades both locally and further afield.

          Opportunities for students to develop as leaders are encouraged as soon as students join the school as they are able to take on the role of Form Representative, be a member of the School Parliament, take part on interview panels and join the Library User Group.

          As they progress through the school, students can be elected House Captains and Prefects and when they enter the Sixth Form they have the opportunity to be trained as Peer Mentors.

          As part of our focus on the local and wider communities students are encouraged to get involved with local and national issues. We are actively involved in Local Democracy Week and working with the Town Council to help with projects and through our Global Education work students have the opportunity to visit British and International policy makers.

           

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