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Maths Week Sock Hunt

A blustery day today but students from class Kingston enjoyed the afternoon sunshine with a sock hunt on the woodland walk. The activity was part of this year’s Maths Week, with the theme of ‘Dress to Impress’. Once found, the students sorted, matched and paired the socks in line with the core themes of the […]

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Maths Week 2024

Maths Week 2024 is taking place next week. We believe passionately that maths is for everyone and the purpose of Maths Week is to raise the profile of mathematics and to build self-confidence and skills in this vital subject area. Most important of all is that our students enjoy the Maths they are doing and […]

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Lift Off for New House System

Our new house system was officially launched on the 8th February as we came together to work in groups across the school. A range of activities took place to promote the ethos of the system, togetherness, collaboration, competition and fun. This morning the classes were each given a themed task, which included painting and poetry […]

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Spidey Pops In

A very special guest popped into school today, the one and only Spiderman! Spidey (AKA Wayne) joined us to talk to the students in class Kimmeridge about their brand new superhero achievement board. It was also a great opportunity for him to meet a few other students on his short tour around school with visit […]

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Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Last Friday we hosted a ‘Teddy Bear’s Picnic’ in support of the Dorset Children’s Foundation’s Big Bear Campaign. The DCF, who are celebrating their 10th anniversary this year, have launched the campaign to help cover the cost of the services they provide for local disabled children. They currently have over 550 local disabled children on […]

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Celebrating 180 years

A group of our staff and students attended a special 180th anniversary thanksgiving event at All Hallows by the Tower in London. They joined supporters and staff alongside our Patron HRH Princess Anne in a service of celebration featuring music, readings and a special film produced in school reflecting on the changes in education from […]

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Christmas Party

A Christmas party was held for the students this afternoon with lots of fun, singing and dancing. Local acoustic duo The Pudenski Bros got the party underway with a set full of Christmas pop classics among other tunes. There was also an attempt to make ‘the longest paper chain in the world!’ A fun time […]

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Christmas Concert

There were more Christmas activities to enjoy today including a whole school Christmas concert in St Aldhelm’s Church. Parents, carers, friends and families joined us to enjoy festive performances of songs and poems from our classes. This afternoon we gathered again, welcoming parents and carers back to school to watch the premiere of the school […]

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Cantabile Choir

To kick off a busy week of Christmas activities we welcomed the Cantabile Choir today for a special Christmas performance. The choir, led by Jean Holt, notched up the Christmas spirit with all the best festive favourites, which got us all singing and swaying along. We were treated to excellent renditions of ‘Hark the herald […]

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New School Captains

We have had a couple of weeks of hustings, manifesto films and campaigning in the run up to the election of our school captains from our newly appointed student ambassadors. The thirteen candidates have been working hard to win the votes of staff and students. Interim Head, Ed Potterton, had the task of counting the […]

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