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Welcome Back to School September 2020



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  • Book Week Competition - Awesome Planet

    Published 04/03/22

    Book Week Competition, Children were invited to create their own book.  The theme was the – Awesome Planet.   

    We have been blown away by the quality and detail of all entries.  

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  • Mini Police

    Published 07/01/22

    Humberside Mini Police Constables. The programme, originally piloted in 4 schools, is now being brought to schools in the Humberside area with the aim of providing young people with opportunities to take responsibility in and for their local community.  

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  • Latest News - Merry Christmas

    Published 17/12/21

    Wishing everyone a safe and Merry Christmas.

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  • News Story

    Published 08/09/21

    A warm welcome back to our children and families. 

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  • School Holidays

    Published 23/07/21

    School re-opens to children on Tuesday 7th September 

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  • Summer Term

    Published 21/04/21

    Welcome to the Summer Term 

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  • Easter Holidays

    Published 26/03/21

    Wishing our families, friends and local community a happy and safe Easter break.

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  • Welcome Back

    Published 05/03/21

    We are looking forward to welcoming all children back to school on Monday 8th March 2021

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    Published 18/12/20

    We wish you all a very Happy Christmas and hope you have a special family time while remaining safe. 

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  • News Story

    Published 14/12/20

    Fabulous Christma Raffle Hampers 

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  • Georges Seurat's Pointillism Art Work

    Published 24/08/20
    We have had a great two weeks exploring paintings by Georges Seurat's.  The children have created some amazing work. 
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  • Welcome Back To School

    Published 14/07/20

    For information regarding welcoming everyone back in September 2020, please go to the News & Events Tab where you will find information in the Letters section. 

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