Archives for Jun,2018

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Visit to Hindu Temple

Out Year 3 and Year 4 pupils went to visit Bristol’s only Hindu Temple on Church Road.  The priest was very welcoming.  He told us that we should all feel very proud of our own religious beliefs and respect all religions.  He then told us lots about the Hindu Temple and the Hindu community in Bristol.


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Sports Day 2018


Our Sports Day got off to a great start this morning with our Key Stage 2 children competing in a range of events in the beautiful sunshine.   Thank you parents for coming along to support and join in the fun.










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Staff v Parents Football Match

I think this is the fourth year running we’ve played our Staff v Parents football match and it was another classic!  The balance swung back and forth throughout the game.  Parents took an early 3-0 lead and it looked like they might run away with it until Mr Town hit home for Staff.  With a new found confidence, Staff went on to level the game to 3-3.  From then on it was very even until late in the game when Staff managed to go two ahead with the score at 5-7.  It looked like Staff had won the game but in the dying seconds Parents scored twice in short succession to end the match 7-7.    Thans you to all Staff and Parents who played and the many of you that came out to support.  Can’t wait for the next game!





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Relationship and Sex Education

In Term 6 we will be teaching some lessons from a scheme of work called ‘Living Long, Living Strong’  from our Relationship and Sex Education Curriculum.  These lessons are derived from learning objectives from the Personal Social Health Education Association.   They are aimed at supporting children to learn about keeping healthy as they grow up.  In some of the lessons they will learn about the changes that happen to people as they grow.  Some of this lessons are part of the statutory National Curriculum for Science.  The Department for Education has indicated that as of 2019, Relationship education will also become part of the statutory National Curriculum.  We have chosen to deliver lessons that we think will be useful to help children learn about themselves and others and grow up safely.

You are invited to come to meet with our PSHE Leader, Mrs Carter, and Mr Burton to see the lesson plans and discuss any concerns you may have.

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