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As a proud member of the Williamson Trust we believe in the huge potential of our pupils and focus relentlessly on high aspirations and high achievement. Our aim is that every pupil will go on to a good university or into a career of their choice.

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  • 16/07/2018 Robin Class analysed the Lego website today by trialing the games area. They listed over 14 skills being used, including: resilience, logical thinking, reading, mouse and keyboard skills, observational and programming skills. The site received a big thumbs up. ⁦Read more
  • 15/07/2018 Nightingale Class played roll a feature to create their ‘Picasso’ style art work. Replicating masterpieces using digital art was a little more tricky. “We’ve researched on the WWW to find interesting facts about our artist.” ⁦Read more
  • 15/07/2018 Visitors admired Robin Class’ art work at our great exhibition. “Wow, my son actually drew this?” Commented a thrilled mum. William Morris was the focus of year 3 & 4. Digital art, close observation and printing skills were extremely enjoyed by the children. ⁦Read more
  • 15/07/2018 Art exhibits by Kingfisher and Barn Owl Class. Anthony Browne and Paul Klee inspired our youngsters to produce some beautiful colourful art. “ Drawing with your eyes shut felt funny.” “I liked how my picture was 3D.” Super new skills for KS1. ⁦Read more
  • 15/07/2018 Welcome to Stoke’s Tate Modern. Our early years had super fun exploring materials to create Jackson Pollock style art work. “Flicking paint with spaghetti was really funny”, I loved using water pistols to spray paint on the wall.” Lots of fun. ⁦Read more
  • 15/07/2018 The Enterprise goodies are selling well. Fantastic effort, design, budgeting and marketing skills. Nightingale Class were proud of their outcome. They will analyse the project this week. Read more