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Message from our Head of Primary

This week has been a great opportunity to celebrate the children's learning this half term during our Exit Points...

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...from a Photography showcase in Year 2 through to news broadcasts in Year 6.  Year 4 shared their learning about the Egyptians and Year 5 shown their extensive science knowledge.  Year 3 have enjoyed several trips out in the city, including a trip to a chocolate factory, which was a great highlight for many.

The children are confident in sharing what they have learned and can explain the knowledge, skills and understanding.  The children are really looking forward to the new IPC units after the half term break and are excited to learn.

We hope you have a great holiday and look forward to seeing the students back in school on Monday 24th February.

Joanne Prabhu

Head of Primary