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Year 3 trip to Ashdown Forest

As part of their Stone Age topic, Year 3 learnt what life might have been like for Stone Age people, during their visit to Ashdown Forest. They were able to build shelters, forage for chestnuts and hunt a deer! (Not a real deer, but the teachers were good alternatives!) They also created their own sculptures using […]

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Year 2 Scientists Garden Investigation

As scientists, Year 2 explored the habitats of creatures in the school gardens. The children enjoyed discussing their findings and shared some interesting facts.

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Year 2 Design and Technology Project

‘In Design and Technology, the children were designing and making boats, based on the book Lost and Found, to help the little boy and the penguin travel across ocean instead of using an upside umbrella.  The children had to choose suitable materials to use as well as a range of tools and explain their choices.  […]

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We are a GOOD school!

We are delighted to announce that, as a result of our recent inspection, we have been judged to be a GOOD school. Ofsted have awarded us the following grades: Quality of Education – GOODBehaviour and attitude – GOODPersonal development – GOOD Leadership and management – OUTSTANDINGEarly Year’s provision – OUTSTANDING We are very pleased with this outcome […]

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Tag Rugby Festival Year 3 and 4

On Thursday 3rd October some of our Year 3 and 4 students took part in Tag Rugby Festival at Crawley Rugby Club.  They enjoyed a full day of activities which included warm up skills & drills, practising skills on each of the different pitches, and after lunch they had the opportunity to play matches against […]

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The Cave by Rob Hodgson

Reception children have been learning about the book ‘The Cave’ by Rob Hodgson. All the children were very excited to discover one morning that someone have been in their cave ….Who could it be?

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Crofton Roman Villa

Year 4 had a very interesting trip to Crofton Villa in Orpington. We learnt how the archeologists discovered the remains of the Roman villa before Bromley council were going to build a car park. We created our own Roman mosaics, learnt about the structure of the Roman army and the Romans were the first to invent […]

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Congratulations to the winners of our Macmillan Art Competition!

Children from across the school entered a competition to design a poster to be displayed at our recent Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. Thank you to all that came – we raised £190. 

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Bike To School Week 23rd – 27th September 2019

Bike to School Week is a week-long event designed to showcase the benefits of cycling/scooting to school across the UK. It is a great opportunity to promote the positive impact that an active lifestyle can have on pupils’ wellbeing and health. It’s free, there’s no need to register, and it’s a fantastic way to get […]

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Art Workshops

This week the Year 13 Art students were given a task of facilitating workshops for the Year 12 Art students. The workshops were all about getting students to experiment with their work, to leap into the unknown and use new techniques! They were shown how to create a rust and moulding aesthetic and how to […]

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Junior Citizen 2019

On the 17th September 2019, Year 6 children attended the Junior Citizen afternoon, teaching local children about safety and life skills, that took place at The Hawth. The Crawley Borough Council organised event is open to all Year 6 children across the borough’s schools, teaching ten and eleven year olds to identify all kinds of […]

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Dr Douglas A Trench visits Year 5/6

Year 5/6 pupils had a visit at the start of term from Dr Doug A Trench (say the name out loud) to introduce them to their new Ancient Egyptian topic. They are now all applying to be archaeologists so watch this space (or hole)!

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