As a thank you at the end of a year of hard work supporting the children in maintaining the eco garden, Yr 6 members of the Eco Club harvested and baked the potatoes that Bob and Val had helped them chit and plant back in 
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It was wonderful this afternoon to be able to open our school gardens and once again invite parents, parishioners and NGA visitors onto our school site: we have really missed community contact over the last 18 months! Thanks to Bob and Val and the eco 
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Over the past few weeks, inspired by their topic on coasts, and Michael Morpurgo’s book ‘The Day I Met a Whale’, Year 4 have been researching plastic pollution in our seas. As well as writing persuasive letters to Boris Johnson, asking him to help, they 
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Since their return to school after Lock Down, Year 4’s learning has been inspired by Michael Morpurgo’s wonderful book, ‘The Day I Met a Whale’. This has led them to take a keen interest in plastic pollution in our rivers and oceans and in turn 
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Today, a group of year 6s went up to the outskirts of Tiddesley Wood to help plant fifteen new trees. Pershore Town Council invited us to send some pupils to plant some trees on land it owns next door to Tiddesley Wood. They had been given 
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Plant and Share Month: 19th April- 19th May 2021 Plant and share is all about growing your own and sharing it with those around you. Whether you’re growing in yogurt pots for the first time or you’re a seasoned grower with an allotment, Plant and 
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Year 6 had a wonderful afternoon on Thursday, taking their learning outside. Mrs Andrews led an inspirational session, building on the learning the children had been doing in class, based on their new class book ‘The Lost Words’ by Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlane, and 
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Year 6 had a wonderful afternoon on Thursday, taking their learning outside. Mrs Andrews led an inspirational session, building on the learning the children had been doing in class, based on their new class book ‘The Lost Words’ by Jackie Morris and Robert Macfarlane, and 
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Earth begins to heal While the global population continues to battle the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Planet Earth has been carrying on as usual… in fact, she has been healing. The worldwide slowdown in human activity has had a number of positive effects on the environment, including decreased 
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Biodiversity supports everything in nature that we need to survive. Starting Monday 18th May, WWF are providing daily activities to help children connect with nature and learn more about our planet’s incredible biodiversity. Zoologist and adventurer, Sophie Pavelle, will be involved throughout the week as 
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