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Monthly Archives: July 2017

We were thrilled to welcome ‘Be There Badger’ to our attendance assembly last week. He came along to remind the children about how important it is to be in school every day and on time. He helped give out attendance awards to children who had achieved 100% attendance. Thank you for coming along Badger; well done to all those children who received awards for their outstanding attendance!
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The Year 6’s visited Yate Methodist Church last week to complete their Regenerate sessions along with children from Rangeworthy Primary and North Road Primary School. It was a great opportunity for the children to meet other children who are in the same position of transition and hopefully they made some new friends ready for next September. Thank you to Les and Joy for all their words of advice and work with the school over the year. !
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Earlier this month, the Year 6’s ventured out to Govilon, South Wales to embark on their Year 6 camp. For three nights and four days, the trepid, young explorers took part in a number of gruelling character-testing activities which included an epic hill walk on Blorenge, swimming, Canoeing 6 miles along the River Usk, ten-pin bowling, Waterfalls and steam diving, caving as well as a trip to Raglan Castle. The children were incredible all weekend, not only by pushing themselves with the activities and overcoming their fears, but were superb in behaviour. There was plenty of laughs, singing, good food, lovely company and we even managed to get Mrs Page soaking wet! Thank you to Mrs Page for being a good sport all weekend, thank you also to all the instructors and cooks for making our weekend truly unforgettable!
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Last Friday Kestrel class went on their trip to Blaise Castle House Museum. We had lovely weather on the day so we had a chance to play in the park before we went into the museum. It was a lot of fun! Inside the museum, we met a lady called Jo, who asked us to dress up in Victorian clothing as we prepared to play with some old fashioned toys. We got to play with some of the toys as well as making our own. After lunch we got to explore upstairs in the museum and played with old card games, puppets and illusion toys. We learnt lots about the materials toys used to be made out of and how children used to have fun with them. Here are some photographs of our day…
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A great time was had by all last Friday at our leavers summer disco! The year 6 children looked very smart and were presented with some lovely gifts from our PTA. Thank you to all the parents and staff who helped to make it such a success.  
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The Parish Hall played host to Iron Acton Primary School’s end of year performance of ‘The Pirates of the Curry Bean’ earlier this term. Family and friends, as well as the rest of the school were treated to a excellent rendition of the play from our Year 6’s with support from Year 4’s and 5’s. There were tears, gaffs and plenty of laughs throughout the performance and we hope everyone who came enjoyed the show. The children have thoroughly enjoyed practising the play including songs and dances and we are all immensely proud of their hard work and effort! Thanks to Miss Mallet and Mrs Pilgrim for their much needed help. Thanks also to parents for their support in helping children learning their lines as well as props and costumes. Final thanks to our friends at the Parish Hall for letting us use their hall!  
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