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YEAR 5 GO TO NEWLAND PARK

On 25th April, thirty of our year five pupils visited Newland Park near Watford for our annual residential trip. We took part in activities such as; hover boarding, karting, zorbing and many more. There was a…

Could Your Child Become a Karate Kid?

This morning we welcomed Sempai Richard and Sempai Tristan from Sama Karate.  They were here to talk about the karate club that meets every Friday in school telling us that “karate” means “empty handed defence”.  They…

Safe internet use: e-safety warning

Important information about Snapchat Last week Snapchat released a new feature called SnapMap.  This allows all friends and contents to see your exact location. Police and children’s charities have said they are worried about this as…

Sensational Summer Fayre!

Thank you to everyone who supported our Summer Fayre which we held on a Friday after school for change this year.  We raised just over £600 which is an amazing amount. Our huge thanks to Mrs…

Nurturing your ‘Net Safety

Join us and help keep all children safe online! O2 and the NSPCC have got together to help everyone stay safe online – sometimes called e-safety.  As part of their work, they are running a FREE…

Loving our Lunchtime!

Over the past few weeks, we have been thinking about how we can make lunchtime more successful particularly for children in the West playground.  With the support of our wonderful dinner ladies, we have come up…

Year 6 residential – Great Fun at Gaveston!

Twenty of our Year 6 children are enjoying the sun and a series of amazing activities during their residential to Gavescon Hall this week.  We’ve been updating our Facebook page during the trip but here is…

Fantastic Year Four at Fishborne!

As part of their topic on the Romans, Year 4 visited the brilliant Fishborne Roman Palace this week.  Our thanks to the parents who helped with this trip. Here are a few photographs showing just how…

We’re So Proud of Mrs Paine!

Mr Gilmour writes… I first met Mrs Paine in 2012 when she applied to become Assistant Headteacher at Brunel.  Almost immediately, I was struck by her energy and passion for teaching and her breadth of experience…