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          28/05/20

          Creating shadow messages. //t.co/MOq6NbfdJg

          28/05/20

          Healthy snacks. All ready to make a fruit skewer. 😀 //t.co/1m2divdD0S

          28/05/20

          Being creative and designing origami bookmarks. //t.co/mFfZLRgOdL

          26/05/20

          Sounds great! We love a challenge! Take a look everyone! //t.co/1WfZhion9t

          26/05/20

          Retweeted From The Ickabog

          Calling all budding artists aged 7-12! You're invited to illustrate the story of and enter the competition for the chance to have your artwork featured in the printed version of the book. Find out more about the competition here: //t.co/U2GzztMQem //t.co/33rIn4yNPT

          26/05/20

          Retweeted From The Ickabog

          We are pleased to announce 's story is now available to read online for free at //t.co/HJVrLd0KRI. . Each weekday, over the next seven weeks, a new instalment will be published. We hope you and your children will enjoy this original fairy tale! //t.co/ddIIWKfeHL

          26/05/20

          Out of this world 😀 //t.co/UoV7IiFmE7

          26/05/20

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          26/05/20

          Fantastic Mali. You definitely have the power in your voice. //t.co/UjJycxTNeC

          23/05/20

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          23/05/20

          Mr Walker with some very useful and amazing tips to follow in order to look after your mental health. 🧠🗣 //t.co/yP6zCzaeaj

          22/05/20

          Year One have been reading ‘Where the wild things are’ and creating their own fantasy lands. Take a look at their learning. //t.co/Vbs51XtxLt

          21/05/20

          Retweeted From World Book Day UK 📚

          🍑 have teamed up with to present James & the Giant Peach with Taika and friends! 🍑 Taika will be reading the whole book to raise money for charities helping those affected by COVID-19 🍑 Head to our website to find out more! //t.co/zRn9YsMrGY //t.co/8Tm69vdH00

          20/05/20

          Fantastic Billy. Your animation was very creative and a lot of fun to watch. So glad you enjoyed making it. //t.co/LLheOAlwvr

          20/05/20

          Sophie showed her learning. //t.co/pyRTts7CCg

          20/05/20

          Phoebe made a telephone line wearing her princess dress. //t.co/uiSEuzK1jb

          20/05/20

          Alex wrote an invitation. //t.co/BPRRfWq0t6

          20/05/20

          Emily made a potion. //t.co/VEepW5JMx4

          20/05/20

          Take a look at some EYFS learning that is taking place at home. It has been great to see such wonderful ideas come to life.

          20/05/20

          Here are a few more of our amazing Year 6 students showing off their talents! The full version is on the Year 6 OneDrive. 🎞🤹🎥 //t.co/47FAI8UE3G

          19/05/20

          Here is a snippet of our video montage of our amazing Year 6 students. The longer extended version is available on the Year 6 OneDrive. 🎥🎞🤹🤩 //t.co/xdfekK0Kdg

          19/05/20

          Members of Cambridge Class use any medium to create a self portrait. //t.co/TyjpO8BuJv

          19/05/20

          A wellbeing workout! #Wellbeing #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek //t.co/RZGRtzr97Y

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          18/05/20

          Retweeted From Hay Festival

          Make a crown, design your own dragon, and collect some lost and endangered words with our worksheets at //t.co/ufd62EZcgC 📖 //t.co/LKnhjlJ0lh

          18/05/20

          Retweeted From Cressida Cowell

          Calling all schools! O how I WISH I was actually THERE at , one of the highlights of my year, but I am doing a FREE virtual event for schools, which you can access today, see below //t.co/xLyCS7Pw2j

          18/05/20

          We have some very proud learners in school today sharing their outcomes. //t.co/6hpQtZwqUX

          18/05/20

          EYFS and KS1 have been exploring different fairy tales. They used their imagination to uncover who was behind the door. //t.co/nDJIzUuNks

          18/05/20

          Inspired by and their great bakes. Mrs George set a challenge to bakery item inspired by books. Take a look. //t.co/qSchHGjVUL

          15/05/20

          Retweeted From Michelle Miles

          Science this morning.....making batteries out of fruit and veg! //t.co/7Tu7yly39S

          15/05/20

          Retweeted From Narelle Elliott

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          15/05/20

          Even in lockdown the Year 6s still managed to receive their leavers hoodies! This definitely brightened up their day and put a smile on their faces! 🎓 //t.co/alzDJbgMoH

          14/05/20

          Retweeted From Young Voices

          All children, teachers & families! Join Be in the World’s Largest Children’s Choir at home & say thank you to our unsung heroes: Teachers Tues 2nd June 2020 at 2.30pm ⁦⁩ SIGN UP- //t.co/nNb0UnYNf3 //t.co/A3AOK5JD1J

          14/05/20

          Retweeted From Herts Libraries

          . We have some excellent titles you can use for school lessons: Children's Shakespeare Collection: Vol 1 The Comedies - //t.co/y1wwtef9Y1 What's So Special About Shakespeare? by Michael Rosen - //t.co/GJirYCg8EJ //t.co/CpGGRZILdI

          14/05/20

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          News

          Primary students involved in reforesting and 'chatting' with trees.

          Posted on 16/03/2020

           

          The trees will be planted for us by Tree Adoption Uganda, who work to tackle both climate change and youth unemployment in their local community. 

           

          Primary students will be able to virtually travel to each tree planted on a TreeTracker app, using amazing satellite maps.

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          In total, a small forest of 500 trees will be planted on behalf of the school, and allocated to classes right the way across the school. 

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