On Monday Mr Hall, Mrs Clay and Miss Handley took Years 5 and 6 bellboating on the Avon, led by bellboating inventor, Andy Train. The group were amazing, experiencing all our seasons in one day, and padding against strong currents and winds. They paddled upriver 
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It was fantastic to see so many children taking part in the 2nd of our swimathons. Many of the children swam more lengths than in the previous swimathon, recording new personal bests. The swimathons are a fantastic way to get everyone swimming for an extended 
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This week Reception Class have been reading Mr Gumpy’s Motor Car, by John Burningham. In Forest School the children worked together to build a motor car. Their first job was to go on a tyre hunt! The children even made an improvement on Mr Gumpy’s 
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Reception Class last visited the Forest School area just after Year 3 had had their Roman-themed outdoor learning session. Consequently Reception found lots of evidence of their occupation! There was red and blue paint and signs of Roman shelter building. The children immediately decided to 
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Action for Children are hosting a 10-week group programme to help families with children aged 11-19 help find out more about sleep, bullying, relationships and why their teenager behaves the way they do. This digital course starts on Wednesday 24th April and runs until Wednesday 
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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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