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Mother's Day Assembly

4 March 2016

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World Book Day

3 March 2016

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Living Rainforest trip

2 March 2016

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Fairtrade Fortnight

29 February 2016

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Boccia Tournament

25 February 2016

Some of our Year 5 competed in the Boccia tournament at Carterton. They had a very enjoyable afternoon, well done to everybody who took part.

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Visitor to Years 5 and 6

22 February 2016

This week, Years 5 and 6 had the pleasure of meeting a Muslim Named Muhaned. He spoke to the children about Islamic beliefs and explained the day to day life of a Muslim.

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Trip to the Jewish Congregation

17 February 2016

Years 1 and 2 had a fantastic trip to the Jewish Congregation as part of our Multi-Faith Week.

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Chinese New Year

15 February 2016

All the classes celebrated the start of the Chinese New Year.

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Neasden Temple

10 February 2016

As part of our Multi-Faith Week, Years 3 and 4 visited the Hindu Temple in Neasden. Here are some of the children's comments: "It was really fun and interesting.” Chelsea and Zoe, Y4 ‘It was fun, I liked seeing the gates open in front of the Gods in the Mandir’ Samuel, Y3 ‘It was exciting when the doors opened and I heard the horns’ Henry Y3 ‘I liked the exhibition, it was very interesting’ Sophie, Y3 ‘I enjoyed learning about the role of the different Gods’ Isla, Y3 ‘I thought the temple was very beautiful’ Felix Y3

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Good Shepherd Assembly

8 February 2016

The children have being preparing for Lent and thinking about their Lenten promises. The Good Shepherd boxes have been sent home this week.

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Sing Up Afternoon

3 February 2016

On Wednesday 3rd February, the whole school took part in the National Sing Up afternoon. We worked in different groups and learnt different songs. After that, we all gathered together in the school hall and sang all of the songs together. We had songs from movies, response songs, pop and songs in a round. It was a fabulous experience. My favourite song was probably Roar! By Cheska, Year 5

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Dignity in Action Day

1 February 2016

On 1st February, we visited the residents of Cornish Care Home to ask them questions about their lives, both now, and when they were younger. Here are some of our questions and the residents responses: Benji (Y5): What is he most scariest thing you have ever seen or heard? Arthur: The bodies of men, women and children in the war, after the bombs had been dropped. Thomas (Y5): How has the world changed since you were little? Henry: Faster trains, electricity, people travelling to foreign countries and people seem to be more miserable these days!

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