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  • 30/04/21

    Myths, Magic and Mayhem

    National sharing of stories 
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  • 23/04/21

    New school library

    We have big plans for a new and improved library at Carterhatch Junior School. 
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  • 22/03/21

    A view from my window

    Art competition winners announced...
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  • 19/03/21

    Let’s Count Day 2021

    On Friday 19 March, we took part in Let’s Count Day to learn more about the Census that takes place on Sunday 21 March 2021. This followed the David Olusoga live lesson on Equality, Representation and Diversity which we took part in during remote learning. Census, whic...
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  • 18/03/21

    Raising money to support Comic Relief 2021

    This year, we raised money for Comic Relief by pupils donating £1 and having a non-uniform day. During our assembly, we learnt about the number of people Comic Relief has helped over the years. 105.6 million people! We also learnt about this year’s theme (Funny is Power) and the ke...
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  • 12/03/21

    Getting creative with Design and Technology (D&T)

    On Monday 8 March, pupils across the school began working on a range of D&T projects. Each class started the week by evaluating existing products, thinking about who they were made for as well as why specific materials had been chosen to make them.  Pupils also discussed what t...
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  • 10/02/21

    Fun in the snow

    The pupils attending school had fun on the field building some snow sculptures.  We hope those at home were also able to get out and enjoy the snow for a little while.
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  • 08/02/21

    Inside Out Day/Internet Safety

    On Friday 5 February our pupils took part in a joint Internet Safety and Mental Health (Inside Out) Day through two live morning lessons. The focus was on internet safety and fake news; for example, how influencers may not show their true feelings about the things they share online...
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  • 05/02/21

    Equality, Representation and the Census

    Live lesson led by Professor David Olusoga, historian and author, about equality, representation and the census.  
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  • 28/01/21

    Inspiring US gymnast goes viral

    Nia Dennis is an inspiration, this is the second time this American gymnast has gone viral, with millions of views on social media.   The floor routine by Nia Dennis, an athlete at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA), was inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement...
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  • 15/01/21

    Update - food parcels and vouchers

    We know nationally there has been criticism of the food parcels being provided  for those pupils entitled to free school meals.  However we would like to thank our caterers, The Pantry, for their commitment to providing our pupils with healthy and generous parcels.   The...
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