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2FR  went all spotty today and helped raise money for Children in Need by wearing spots! You all looked fantastic today everyone and thank you for bringing in your donations and helping those children who are less fortunate than us. PUDSEY WILL BE PROUD! Mrs Richards, Mrs Farmer and Mrs Johnson    

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Apple Testing On Farm Day, all KS1 children tasted different types of apples. Some tasted sweet, some tasted sour and some children found that they had a new favourite. Scary costumes and scary children! Fun with maths and numicon Odd Socks Day

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Today we all came in odd socks! Mrs Sharp even joined in with the fun! We discussed how we are all unique and watched the song about Odd Sock Day and respect. The children shared their thoughts about how to be respectful and listened carefully to their friends. Well done everybody!  

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In 1/2KR today, we wore odd socks to raise awareness of anti-bullying week. We also had a very special assembly by Kirsty and Buddy from the NSPCC who taught us all how to keep safe and what to do if we are feeling sad and others are being unkind to us.

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Mrs Sharp has organised Remembrance week to commemorate 100 years since the First World War. Here are some examples of the children’s fantastic work. Some of the children’s work is also on display in the new Community Centre in Brinsworth. Please try and visit to take a look. I am very proud of all the…

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This week we have been learning about the First World War and Remembrance. We created our own black out poems, used pastels and water colours to create a poppy field and also learned about the lives of children during the war. The children made their own poppies out of felt. These are now attached to…

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The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Jenny Andrews and Deputy Mayoress, Councillor Jeannette Mallinder attended our Remembrance Assembly today. They were very impressed with amazing work that the children had produced and how they spoke with confidence and compassion.  

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