The children were involved in a campaign called "Send My Friend to School". The children learned about other countries around the world where children do not have access to any form of education. They did not think thiswas fair so each child in the school created a A4 sizerd jigsaw pieceshowing hopw they felt about this.
An invitation from Torre Abbey Museum!
From 8th July to 3rd September, Torre Abbey is delighted to be exhibiting the work of 21 local Primary and Secondary schools as part of its hugely exciting summer exhibition: Face 2 Face.
The exhibition explores the art of the portrait, from traditional paintings and drawings, to digital media and the rise of the selfie in modern culture.
Please find below a link to a recent article about the popular social media site Musical.ly and the streaming site Live.ly.
Calling all parents and carers, would you like to attend our free workshop and find out how you can keep your children safe online?
We were delighted to take part in this world record attempt and raise money for our School Council project to encourage more wildlife onto our grounds.
We raised £167.82 which will be used to purchase materials to create habitats within the school grounds for a variety of species. We will be encouraging all children to get involved in this project, designing bug hotels, doing research and deciding which wildlife species to attract.
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Congratulations go to three of our Children’s University students.
Millie Scully has attained her Bronze Certificate which is 130 hours of learning outside of school time. Millie particularly loves her gymnastics although she also participates in many of the school clubs.
Leah Cooper has gained her University Gold Diploma. This means that Leah has accrued 300 learning hours outside of school time. Whilst she also participates in many school clubs Leah has gained many of her hours enjoying new crafts and gaining different skills. This type of learning gains I stamp.