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  • 02/07/21

    Cancellation of All Sports Clubs - Summer 2

    Due to recent closures at the school, the difficult decision has been made to cancel before and after school sports clubs for the remaining few weeks of this term. With having some cases across the school, we are doing this to protect the ‘inner bubbles’ within the school year groups...
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  • 02/07/21

    Stopsley Book Fayre - Thursday 8th July

    We are running the Book Fayre ourselves this year to ensure that it meets all Covid safety requirements and so that EVERY penny in profit goes directly to supporting our children. We have a wide range of books (from Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl and David Walliams to Pokemon, Horrid Henry, Disney and...
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  • 11/06/21

    Sports Day

    Our Sports Day activities were lots of fun today.
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  • 21/05/21

    Have You Herd?

    Keech Hospice Care is bringing something BIG to Luton this summer. Get ready!... This July, The Big Trunk Trail arrives in town – the biggest, most unique, outdoor, public art event Luton’s ever seen!Over 30 vibrant, beautifully decorated elephants will trumpet along a free, fun, fami...
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  • 14/05/21

    Well Done Girls!

    Our Year 5 and 6 Girls Football Team had a great showing in their tournament yesterday at Luton Town Football Club. They finished in second place, wining three games and drawing one, before narrowly losing to Alameda Middle School in the final. All of the players showed fantastic determinati...
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  • 07/05/21

    Competition Results! Well Done Winners...

    Recently, we launched an art and design competition to complete our playground murals. Our Art team have made their final decisions and we are excited to announce the following winners in each category… Nursery designed by Ryley (Hedgehogs) Year One designed by Olivia (Donaldson) Y...
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  • 30/04/21

    Pyjamarama - come to school wearing your pyjamas!

    On Friday 14th May, we will be celebrating our love of reading in school by sharing stories dressed in our pyjamas! Pyjamarama is an event held across the country which raises money to help ensure all children have access to a bedtime story. This is an event being held for all year groups...
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  • 23/04/21

    Read For Good’s Readathon

    We are taking part in Read For Good’s Readathon! Read For Good is an organisation that raises money for children to be able to read books when they are in hospital. As well as raising money for children in hospitals, the readathon will also raise money for new books at school. The childr...
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  • 16/04/21

    Bike Appeal

    As part of our #changemakers initiative, we are appealing to families to donate any old bicycles they have at home. We are aiming to restore these and donate them to children at the school who don’t have a bike. We hope that this will encourage children to cycle to school more often...
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  • 26/03/21

    Cause to Celebrate!

    We would like to say a huge well done and congratulations to Maka in Year 5. Maka entered a writing competition before Christmas and has now had her entry published in the Young Writers book. We are all so proud!
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  • 19/03/21

    Celebrating Great Attendance!

    Year 2 Kandinsky class (KS1) and Year 3 Earhart class (KS2) achieved the highest attendance for the autumn term with an impressive 96.6% & 97.5%. Now the children are back at school, they need to have their prize for great attendance. These two classes will have a non-uniform day to celebrate...
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  • 12/03/21

    Are you feeling creative?... It's competition time!

    We are excited to announce a new art and design competition. Our playground mural is incomplete and now we need the help of the children to finish it. Each frame is inspired by a year group or school theme. The idea for the competition is that the children will design the remaining frames and the ch...
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