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Last night our Performing Arts Festival took place.

It was a unbelievable turn out despite the weather being unpredictable so thank you to everyone who came and to all our performers and staff.

We will be sharing some more pics and videos over the next days so watch this space.
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It was a fantastic evening. All performers were superb! Well done everyone

Louie has had a lovely afternoon. He has been extremely brave holding the stick insects in science. ... See MoreSee Less

Louie has had a lovely afternoon. He has been extremely brave holding the stick insects in science.

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Good stuff Lou but we’re not getting one 🤣x

Great 👍

It’s our Performing Arts Festival tonight.

Please can you ensure you bring plenty of change to pay for things.
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We are taking you back to Summer School 2021.
Lots planned for Summer School 2022 with lots of exciting activities for our new Year 7 pupils so watch this space.😊
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This week is Drowning Prevention Week and we are asking everyone to be safe around our canals and rivers.

As the weather warms up, it may be tempting to take a dip to cool off but open water swimming is full of hidden dangers. Even on a hot day, waterways will be colder than you think.

Low temperatures can cause your blood to rush away from your muscles to protect your organs and limbs and muscles may become fatigued quickly - this can lead to drowning.

Stay Safe. Stay Waterside.

For more information visit: bit.ly/3OkmGru
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This week is Drowning Prevention Week and we are asking everyone to be safe around our canals and rivers.As the weather warms up, it may be tempting to take a dip to cool off but open water swimming is full of hidden dangers. Even on a hot day, waterways will be colder than you think. Low temperatures can cause your blood to rush away from your muscles to protect your organs and limbs and muscles may become fatigued quickly - this can lead to drowning. Stay Safe. Stay Waterside.For more information visit: https://bit.ly/3OkmGru
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