The Early years… a sneak peak

“Pupils across the school exhibit notably strong study skills. Children in the EYFS were very observant of the features of their letter formation and sentence writing, and able to identify what they were doing well and what they need to work on. Several children correctly identified that they needed to include ‘speech marks’ and used the term ‘adjective’ accurately and with understanding.”

“Pupils are extremely supportive of each other during discussions which form a major element of teaching across the school. For example, EYFS children demonstrated much verbal appreciation of and interest in each other’s writing”

“In EYFS, Reception children act as ‘buddies’ to nursery children, read with them, support them and help them in artistic and mathematical activities and show them how to do practical things such as put books on the shelf”

“Pupils show that they are clearly used to engaging in thoughtful discussions in a supportive environment where all are encouraged to contribute as part of their lessons.”

Hanukkah

Hanukkah (also known as Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights. The word Hanukkah means rededication. Every year, the celebration honours the hard-fought victory of those trying to keep their faith despite a powerful enemy. It is an eight-day holiday that will be celebrated this year starting the evening on Thursday 2nd December. It will…

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Hanukkah

Hanukkah (also known as Chanukah) is the Jewish Festival of Lights. The word Hanukkah means rededication. Every year, the celebration honours the hard-fought victory of those trying to keep their faith despite a powerful enemy. It is an eight-day holiday that will be celebrated this year starting the evening on Thursday 2nd December. It will…

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Bodhi Day 2020

Buddhists around the world celebrate Buddha’s attainment of Enlightenment while sitting under a Bodhi tree in India. Many consider this to be the most sacred of holy places as it was the birth place of their tradition. Bodhi Day is celebrated in many traditions, including Zen, and in Pure Land Buddhist schools in China, Japan…

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Bodhi Day 2020

Buddhists around the world celebrate Buddha’s attainment of Enlightenment while sitting under a Bodhi tree in India. Many consider this to be the most sacred of holy places as it was the birth place of their tradition. Bodhi Day is celebrated in many traditions, including Zen, and in Pure Land Buddhist schools in China, Japan…

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Anti-Bullying Week 2020

This year, Anti-bullying week was held by many schools between the 16th and 20th November. This year the theme was ‘United Against Bullying‘ As we all know, the effects of bullying can have a massive impact on children. Therefore dedicating a week to address bullying seemed like a great way to get involved to raise…

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Anti-Bullying Week 2020

This year, Anti-bullying week was held by many schools between the 16th and 20th November. This year the theme was ‘United Against Bullying‘ As we all know, the effects of bullying can have a massive impact on children. Therefore dedicating a week to address bullying seemed like a great way to get involved to raise…

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Diwali- the festival of lights!

Diwali means rows of lighted lamps. It is a festival of lights and every Indian celebrates with a lot of joy. During this festival, people light up their houses and businesses. They worship Lord Ganesh for good welfare and prosperity. They also worship Goddess Laxmi for wealth and wisdom. Diwali  is called the Festival of Lights and…

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Diwali- the festival of lights!

Diwali means rows of lighted lamps. It is a festival of lights and every Indian celebrates with a lot of joy. During this festival, people light up their houses and businesses. They worship Lord Ganesh for good welfare and prosperity. They also worship Goddess Laxmi for wealth and wisdom. Diwali  is called the Festival of Lights and…

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