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  • World Book Day 2019

    World Book Day 2019
    8th March 2019

    It was a fabulous 'World Book Day'. Our theme was Chicken Licken, with lots of activities based around the story. Children came to school dressed as a character from the book or as a farmyard animal. The whole school thoroughly enjoyed the day including dressing up, decorating eggs, reading and writing their own stories. Thank you to all the parents/carers for all the costumes and a huge thank you to Mr Sherington for organising the event (and bringing in his chickens!). Read more

  • Pancake Day

    Pancake Day
    5th March 2019

    We celebrated Shrove Tuesday at Harriers with pancake flipping competitions. The little ones saw who could flip their pancake the highest (and catch it in their frying pan) and the older children took part in races, flipping their pancakes as they ran. Everyone had a go - even the staff! Read more

  • Chemistry Masterclass

    Chemistry Masterclass
    4th March 2019

    Year 5 children became chemists as we welcomed Soozy and her team of student volunteers from the Chemistry Department at Oxford University. The children investigated the endothermic reaction of mixing citric acid and different quantities of bicarbonate of soda. It was a fantastic experience for all and a brilliant start to British Science Week! Read more

  • Hockey Festival

    Hockey Festival
    4th March 2019

    Year 5 and Year 6 children attended the Hockey Festival at BGN school on 4th March. They learnt new skills and the importance of teamwork. Read more

  • Volcanic Eruption!

    Volcanic Eruption!
    1st March 2019

    Year 3 arrived at school on 1st March to find that a volcano had erupted in the classroom! They had to gather information, as newspaper reporters, and were lucky to be able to interview some survivors. Thank you to Ms Willson and Mr Tibbetts who came to be interviewed! The children were all so excited - a great start to our topic for this term! Read more