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Message from our Head of Primary

Even though this week has been a short one, it has been full of learning and excitement. 

We have had the start of new English and IPC units, which has led to many trips and experiences across the school.  

We have had a circus visit to the school, a magician show, a trip to the Copernicus museum and a treasure hunt to unlock a code, just to name a few.  

This has immediately excited the students about the learning and shows the value of our Entry points to engage the students from the beginning of a unit. The students already have many great questions and want to find more about the class books they are reading.  We look forward to seeing what they learn and create throughout the units.

Wishing you a lovely long weekend,

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Joanne Prabhu
Head of Primary