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  • Portuguese Feast

    Published 16/05/22
    Last week one of our families very kindly brought some Portuguese food and drink into school for pupils to try in Cultural Club. The children really enjoyed trying these treats whilst listening to traditional Portuguese music and filling
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  • Suffolk Music Service - Music Festival

    Published 12/05/22

    We are very excited for Owl, Eagle and Kingfisher classes to perform at the Suffolk Music Services, Music Festival, on Friday 24th June.

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  • Farewell Mrs Cox

    Published 11/05/22

    As you know we said a fond farewell to Mrs Cox on Friday 29th April. All staff and pupils wish her lots of luck in her future adventures.

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  • Woodpecker Class Beach Clean

    Published 11/05/22

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  • Class Photographs June 14th 2022

    Published 11/05/22

    If your child/children have PE on this day, please send them to school in their kit as usual.

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  • Great result for Y5 Handball Team!

    Published 09/05/22

    A big well done to our Y5 Handball Team who competed at East Point Academy last week and came in second place! Great result!

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  • Great trip to Suffolk School Farm & Country Fair

    Published 09/05/22

    Last week, Y3 and Y4 visited The School Farm and Country Fair at Trinity Park in Ipswich. Everyone had such a lovely day watching the gun dog and sheep dog displays, petting a variety of farm animals, tasting some home-grown local fruit and fruit juices and watching the very entertaining sheep show, which featured a live demonstration of sheep shearing and an unbelievable dance routine at the end from the sheep themselves! The children even got to take a piece of the wool home with them!

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  • Mental Health Awareness Week, 9th - 13th May

    Published 03/05/22
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  • Support for Ukraine

    Published 29/04/22

    On the Friday before half-term pupils were asked to come into school wearing yellow and blue coloured clothes to show their support for the people of Ukraine.

    In addition to this we held a special assembly in which one of our Y6 pupils spoke about the conflict and wore a traditional shawl.

    All pupils came into assembly holding a 'candle of hope' and wrote messages of love and support on blue and yellow card which were laid on the hall floor.

    All donations received for this non-uniform day will go towards helping and supporting the people of the Ukraine.

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  • Farewell Visit From Sir Steve Lancashire

    Published 06/04/22

    The staff and pupils were super excited to receive a visit from Sir Steve Lancashire yesterday and what a huge success it was!

    From space hopper races, tug of war, high tea and much, much more, it was a truly memorable day.

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  • F.A. Shooting Stars Tournament!

    Published 05/04/22
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  • Year 5s at REAch2 Handball Tournament - 4th May

    Published 05/04/22
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