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  • 24/11/20

    Children in Need

    Grange Park Primary thoroughly enjoyed taking part in activities to support this year’s Children in Need campaign! 
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  • 23/11/20

    Look at our wonderful work...

    We know that sadly parents haven't been able to come into the school this term and notice the wonderful work that is being displayed we thought we'd take some photos of the displays to share with you...
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  • 23/11/20

    Road Safety Week

    The children have been busy learning how to cross the road using the green cross code.
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  • 23/11/20

    Anti-bullying week

    What a great week we have had standing united against bullying.
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  • 13/11/20

    The Golden Age

    For our learning quest topic, Year 5 have been focusing on Ancient Islamic Civilisation (The Golden Age).
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  • 11/11/20

    Aborigonal artwork

    In Art, Year 1 explored the work of Aboriginal artist Albert Namatjira. We discussed his paintings and experimented with colour mixing to create our own designs. 
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  • 10/11/20

    Greek Gods and mythical creatures.

    The children of Year 4 have had a fantastic first half term back.
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  • 10/11/20

    Natural Disasters Art

    In Art, Year 3 explored the work of American artist Stephanie Peters, who paints abstract works inspired by natural disasters.
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  • 10/11/20

    Practising sounds

    Reception have been continuing to practice their sounds and have now nearly completed set 1!
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  • 10/11/20

    Let's go outside...

    As part of our Learning Quest this term, ‘Let’s go Outside’, Acorn class have been retelling the story of ‘Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?’ using music and actions.
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  • 09/11/20

    Learning Spanish

    In Spanish, the children have been really busy this term.
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  • 06/11/20

    Felix Project

    As many of you are aware, the Felix Project is back! Neptune Class have been working hard to sort and deliver food to classrooms - thank you weekly volunteers! The Felix Project prevents more than 25 tonnes of food entering landfill and helps distribute over 50,000 free meals each week.
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