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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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  • 16/12/2018 Christmas Activity Day. What would you say to Jesus? Inspired by a thought provoking video the children wrote their thought and laid them in the manger. Rev. Kan was most impressed by some of the responses. Read more
  • 16/12/2018 Christmas Activity Day. The journey to Bethlehem was definitely a difficult rocky road. To symbolise the purity of Jesus, white stones were given a creative look. These will be varnished and used to enhance our flower beds. They’re going to look bright and beautiful Read more
  • 16/12/2018 Christmas Activity Day. Gingerbread houses halve become a firm favourite tradition at Christmas time. Was it because Handsel and Gretal found that sweet house in the woods? Everyone enjoyed their Christmas shaped gingerbread cookies. Look at those smiles! Read more
  • 16/12/2018 Nightingale Class are using inference skills based on what they could see. An unusual picture to unpick, where do you think this is? what is happening? And why is there so much water? What do you think? Read more
  • 16/12/2018 Christmas Activity Day. Did you know the candy canes used to be straight? The hook at the top is like a shepherd’s crook and if you turn it the other way up it’s a J for Jesus. Great for hanging on the Christmas tree. Read more
  • 16/12/2018 Christmas Activity Day. The whole school have been learning to sing ‘Follow that Star’. The children can now use sign language to enhance their beautifully singing. A fantastic performance to our visitors saw a few tears. Well done. Read more