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We want to keep parents informed of their child's progress, and about other activities in school. We recognise that good communication benefits the whole school community.

In this section you will find information about everything that is happening in and outside of our school as well as photographs and videos of our amazing children in action.

July 2017

  • Year 6 Graduation 2017

    Published 18/07/17

    On 18 July, Year 6 pupils and parents were gathered in the assembly hall for this year's graduation ceremony. This was no ordinary celebration, however. This one was attended by Jo Cox's sister, Kim Leadbeater, and her parents, Jean and Gordon Cox. Kim awarded every child in Year 6 with an individual class award, as well as a leaver's book to celebrate their achievements and time spent at Warwick Road. Additionally, there were two awards given to two children who staff believe embody all that Jo Cox stood for, namely kindness and thoughtfulness. These were awarded to Sana Rawat from Class Cygnus and Abdur-Rahman from Class Eridanus. 


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  • Year 1 Legoland Adventure

    Published 13/07/17

    To celebrate the end of the academic year and to consolidate the learning in our creative topic of ‘Superheroes’ the year 1 children visited the Legoland Discovery centre in Manchester. The children were able to use their imagination and participate in hands-on learning through the use of Lego.

    The children had the exciting opportunity to watch the Lego movie in the 4D cinema. They thoroughly enjoyed this, especially wearing the 3D glasses. After taking inspiration from the movie the children enacted the role of superheroes to save the princess on the Kingdom Quest laser ride.

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  • Reception at Filey

    Published 11/07/17
    On 11th July, Reception class visited Filey beach. They set off on a rainy Tuesday to the beach ready to play in the sand.
    On arrival at the beach, the children sat and had their lunch as they looked out to sea. They then explored the rock pools and built sand castles.
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  • Year 6 London Residential

    Published 09/07/17

    This year’s trip to London was an amazing experience for all concerned. From the moment we arrived at King’s Cross Station, we lived like true Londoners; we travelled everywhere by tube!

    Our hotel was just a few minutes’ walk away from our nearest station. After we dropped our bags off, our first stop was the Natural History Museum. In fact, it was just opposite the hotel. It’s a fascinating old building full of amazing exhibits – dinosaurs, blue whales and lots of interactive activities.

    From there, we walked up to Kensington Gardens, via the Albert Memorial and the Royal Albert Hall. It was a beautiful day for a chill in the park and we rounded it off with ice-cream on the way back to the hotel. After pizza and pyjamas, it was bedtime (but not for the teachers who had to walk up and down the corridors making sure everyone went to sleep…).

    The following day, we had an early start before setting off to the London Dungeon. It took a while to get in, but we had a great view of Westminster Bridge and the London Eye whilst we waited. The Dungeon was fun – maybe a bit scary in places – and we learned a lot about the history of London. The black plague, the Great Fire of London, Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder plot – we learned about them all, together with lots of other macabre facts about life in the past.


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