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Mrs W.Bolton

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Infant School 01305 782470
Junior School 01305 786041
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Lest We Forget


30 of our Year 6 choir members were very proud to take part in the Lest We Forget concert on Thursday March 19th at Bournemouth International Centre. They were part of a very large choir from schools all over Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole.  The rest of Year 6 went to watch the concert and really enjoyed it. There was lots of wonderful music, singing and dancing as well as very moving film footage and stories from World War One. This was something that we certainly won’t forget. Well done and thank you to everyone who took part.

Tour of Old Wyke

wyke tour

In March 2015 the Reception classes went on a walking tour of Old Wyke as part of their topic “Sticks and Bricks.” They looked for interesting buildings (there were many) old and new and took note of the buildings features such as bay windows, detached and semi-detached houses, chimneys, numbers on doors

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World Book Day

Book Day

Last Friday, we celebrated World Book Day. Each year group had a theme related to stories they had read and enjoyed. Some children dressed up as characters from those stories, others made and wore a badge with their character’s name on it or had the book cover pinned to their t-shirt. Everyone enjoyed celebrating

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Year 3 Greek Day


On 4th February Year 3 held their annual Greek Day. The children and staff arrived at school dressed up in their Greek costumes. There were many activities during the day including Temple making, Mask making, Drama and Wreath making. In the afternoon there was a Greek play led by Ben from The Treehouse

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London Trip day 3

london 2015 day 3

London Eye a big hit last night and the London skyline looked amazing with the twinkling lights. Just performed the Penguin Song by the Victoria Memorial to a packed audience of tourists from all over the world. There was tumultuous applause!

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