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  • Lower Treginnis, Wales

    Published 23/01/19

    'Second task of the day involved getting our boots/trainers on at 9:45 am for our amazing adventure to St Davids city. Did you know that St Davids was the capital city of Wales about 1000 years ago and is the smallest city in United Kingdom? We travelled there by foot which was good exercise – in fact, our technology tells us that we have walked over 17,000 steps today! As the city of St Davids came into sight amidst the rolling hills, the first thing that took our surprise was the majestic St Davids Cathedral. It features a slightly purplish hue as it was built using slate stone from the local quarry, and it is nestled within a dip in the ground (this was to protect it from attackers during the Anglo-Saxon period). Dating back to the 6th century, it is one of the oldest cathedrals in the UK. Notably, it is also home to the tomb of Edmund Tudor – King Henry VIII's father'

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    Published 18/01/19

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    Published 11/01/19

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  • Nursery Open Morning

    Published 11/01/19

    Friday 11th January 2019, 9am-10am

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    Published 21/12/18

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  • Reception Open Morning

    Published 04/12/18

    Wednesday 12th December 9.15-10.15

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  • Parliament Week 2018

    Published 16/11/18

    We celebrated Parliament Week (12-16 November) in a variety of ways. We sketched The Houses of Parliament and the Elizabeth Tower; we thought about questions we would like to ask a Member of Parliament; we held class debates and we learnt about the history of our Parliament.

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  • Tales from our Community

    Published 30/10/18

    Our Y4 class have been working with artist, Steve Bruce, on artwork for the Tales from our Community project. They have written narratives of their own personal stories and after story-telling sessions with elders in our community. The stories and related artwork will be published in a Tales from our Community book in the spring term.

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  • Bulb-planting

    Published 23/10/18

    We have all been busily planting daffodil bulbs in readiness for a wonderful display of yellow blooms in springtime.

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  • Our Harvest Theme: Thank you for our Trees!

    Published 20/10/18

    We have been learning about trees and their produce this Harvest season. Each class has studied a different tree and the children created detailed projects on trees which we have displayed in our corridor and in classrooms.

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  • Our Visit to Japan House

    Published 13/09/18
    We were invited to take part in the opening of Japan House on High Street Kensington by Prince William as guests of the Japan Society. We had a wonderful  opportunity to work with Japanese artists and learnt copper beating and chop-sti
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  • Our 2017-18 Academic Results

    Published 31/07/18
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