The whole school was very excited on Friday morning, as we had a...
This week our school has been upbuilt for all the incredible work we...

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  • The whole school was very excited on Friday morning, as we had a visit from Olympic gymnast, Kristian Thomas. Kristian began learning gymnastics at the very young age of 5! He told the children in
  • On Wednesday, our newly formed Boccia team played in a tournament at Isebrook College, supported by Miss Bayes and Ms McLaren. Boccia is a Paralympic sport introduced in 1984 which involved the
  • Last Wednesday 12 wonderful children had the incredible opportunity of performing as part of Voices Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Concert in London. The children sounded fantastic and really did the
  • This week our school has been upbuilt for all the incredible work we do in the Northants Telegraph. Follow think link or read the article below. https://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/flipping-
  • On Tuesday, 30 very lucky children had the awesome opportunity of travelling to The Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham to watch Awful Auntie. Awful Auntie is the world premiere of David Walliams’
  • Last week all Key Stage 2 classes have had some excellent opportunities to have free visits to the cinema as part of the Into Film Festival. As stated on www.intofilm.org, the Into Film Festival
  • Our girls football team competed in two mini tournaments this week. On Thursday the girls went along with Mrs Wensley and Miss Bayes to take part in a tournament at Tresham College against nine other
  • After almost 50 hours of preparation, Year 5’s budding thespians finally put on a spectacular performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at the Corby Cube. Not only did the children’s confidence soar in
  • Last Friday we had an excellent day supporting the hard-working charity, Children in Need. Children and staff came to school dressed in spots and donating £1 for the charity. Many also donated some
  • On Tuesday, Year 6 had a local trip to the Manor House Museum and St Peter & St Paul Church in Kettering to learn about British History. The museum had a very relevant exhibition on show called

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