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Spring is here !

After 21 days of keeping our Bantam eggs warm and turning them, it was with great delight and excitement that our chicks hatched! The staff and children were very happy to welcome 4 healthy and happy little chicks into our school! We have loved seeing them thrive and wish them a very happy life in their new home at Launceston Farm.

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  • 11/05/18

    New News Story

    Year 4, along with Mrs Wilson and Mrs Saberton have a fantastic time at Leeson House on their residential.
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  • 10/05/18

    Athletics and Tennis Festival

    Foxes class enjoyed a day of Athletics and Tennis at Allenbourn Middle School on the 1st of May with a number of other local first schools. Here are our medal winners who won their heats overall for all of the events which included a long distance run, sprints, throwing events, tennis and...
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  • 28/03/18

    Easter Chicks

    Spring is here ! After twenty one days of keeping our Bantam eggs warm and turning them, it was with great delight and excitement that our chicks hatched! The staff and children were very happy to welcome four healthy and happy little chicks into our school! We have loved seeing them thrive and wish...
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  • 13/03/18

    Usborne Book Fair

    World book day (postponed) and Usborne book fair combined.
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  • 10/02/18

    Witchampton Recorder Players

    After their debut performance at Christmas, our Witchampton Recorder Players are now getting ready to bring you some melodic treats for the Easter Service. Perhaps we can even have a slot as part of the Easter Bonnet Parade? Now there is an idea! Parents, don't be shy, we would love you to join...
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  • 07/02/18

    Bedtime Stories at School

    On Thursday 18th January, lots of children and parents returned to school in the evening, when the sun had already set, in their pyjamas and onesies - teachers and parents included! The children and parents cuddled up with their teddies to enjoy listening to the teachers share some bedtime...
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