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Term 6 Dance Challenge Winners:


We were so pleased with all the entries that we received for this term's dance challenge and it was very difficult to select a winner!


We would like to congratulate:


Evan P, Caitlin D, Niamh D, Rosie D, Jonah F, Isabella M and George W for their amazing efforts and being our runners up.


Our winners are:


KS1:  The amazing Rupert S for a varied use of props and originality 

KS2:  Mr Adkins bubble for group synchronicity and musicality 


There is not room on our website to post all the videos but here are our winners:


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Green Bubble Waka Waka video

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

 Monday 29th June sees the launch of the 500 words competition intended to encourage important conversations at home, at school and across the nation, on the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movements around the world. The initiative encourages children to tap into their own creativity and imagination, using storytelling to share their experience and understanding of how different ethnicities and cultures interact.

Exciting Sports Challenge This Week!


We are taking on Boughton school this week in a virtual sports challenge.  Please see the document below.  This will give you the information and form you need to take part in the challenge.  

Virtual Sports Challenge Form

Key steps winners


Thank you for all your key step entries, I watched some wonderful routines. Here are our two winners Ella and Deia - Well done!

Our runner up Lucy found a very different place to do her routine!


Look out for our dance competition coming up for half term!



KS1 winner

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KS2 winner

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KS2 runner up

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The Premier League have produced Home Learning Activities for KS1 & 2: 


Audible have free stories for children:


For as long as schools are closed, Audible is open. Children everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.