West  Mercia Police are offering free Exploitation and Vulnerability Training workshops to anyone living or working in Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin or Worcestershire. They are available both online, via Teams, and in-person delivery. The workshops aim to cover the various aspects of vulnerability and 
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Last term Year 6 performed a musical version of Holy Week, supported by a choir made up of children from Year 5. They performed twice; once for pre-school (who were enthralled by the performance) and once for the rest of the school, parents, governors and 
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In RE this week Year 1 have been learning about Holy Week. They have been investigating the Stations of the Cross to help them understand the journey that Jesus went on during the week. To help with this, Year 6 took Year 1 to church 
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As part of their learning about Roman Britain, Year 3 turned into Rotten Romans for the afternoon! The children were each given a plain shield and were divided into two groups and organised into the Roman army ranks of legate, prefect, tribune and centurion. They 
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West Mercia Police are hosting four webinars directed at Parents, Guardians and Carers.  Two focusing on the Prevent network and how referrals can be made if they have concerns and two focusing on the Protect Network, giving advice on how to keep families safe online.  
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Two teams of children from this term’s KS2 STEM Club went along to the Primary Engineer Celebration Event, at Long Marston, today to showcase their finished projects.  Over the last few months the children have been working together, supported by Miss Russell and Mr Hall, 
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A team of children, who had previously won the South Worcestershire heat, qualified for the pentathlon final at Droitwich Leisure Centre this week. The children performed to a high level and encouraged each other throughout a variety of games and skills including; shooting, Boccia, aiming 
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Hopscotch used the rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep to aid the children’s learning last week. The children used their fine motor control to use pegs to pick up cotton wool to dip in paint as a way of mark-making a sheep. They practised their scissor 
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