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13/09/19

Ronald Dahl Day! Children using their imagination along with dance moves to bring the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to life https://t.co/hfa9BANLX4

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13/09/19

We love our new bigger EYFS garden and the staff in reception have worked very hard making new learning areas for the children. Watch this space! https://t.co/SykdAeNJL3

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10/09/19

Pixie class exploring the new outside equipment in the nursery garden https://t.co/DimbSIrjgZ

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10/09/19

Year 1s working hard on decoding and comprehension skills fantastically with their accelerated reader leaders. https://t.co/KVZs5xsi7x

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09/09/19

Cooks Spinney children working hard today in the newly refurbished Art and and Science classrooms https://t.co/FQqj7lLctZ

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05/09/19

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Burnt Mill Academy

Our open evening is this Thursday. We look forward to welcoming all of our prospective students and families. https://t.co/QsscmGZPB7 https://t.co/0HqcCwzQkx

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02/09/19

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BMAT

Children at risk of being permanently excluded from school are being offered a lifeline. BMAT is working closely with to fill the gap in the provision of alternative education. https://t.co/MckLjg0Atn https://t.co/VyvwtCcdje

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19/07/19

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Burnt Mill Academy

Secondary school students have received praise for their work to enrich the experiences of their primary peers. Students from Burnt Mill Academy have been working closely with fellow school https://t.co/QR1QNYeIqv https://t.co/wt6XnLF3fx

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16/07/19

Year 1 students took part in a multi-skills event last week at Burnt Mill Academy. All students were excellent and we came away with a 2nd placed medal. https://t.co/P6KiLmFSdx

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16/07/19

Caterpillars, beans and sunflowers are helping nursery children to understand growth. Pupils in the Nursery at Cooks Spinney have been growing plants and vegetables in the garden and watching caterpillars develop into butterflies in the classroom. https://t.co/aVJW2VhLGv https://t.co/uxkurQKDjK

16/07/19

Usual time - 3.10pm for Reception and KS1. 3.15pm for KS2

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16/07/19

What a wonderful group of young people. We wish our year 6 well for their transition to secondary school. https://t.co/87WHY4k6jp

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16/07/19

Year 6 Leavers’ assembly https://t.co/aXsIIN1p4v

16/07/19

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Sandringham School

Some of our Reception children visited today to explore their forest. Thank-you so much for providing the opportunity and welcoming our children. We hope we can arrange more visits next year.

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15/07/19

Another super book donation from a generous parent. Thank you https://t.co/GCFf2VOypU

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15/07/19

Last but not least the final year 6 awards were handed out. Well done to all for your efforts and achievements through the year https://t.co/eCuAZyY9Lc

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15/07/19

Year 6 achievement awards were next, celebrating the academic and sporting achievements throughout the year https://t.co/5yYPUvpaTF

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15/07/19

Attendance awards followed with one child actually achieving 4 consecutive years with 100% attendance https://t.co/0cejDNneiM

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15/07/19

Sporting awards recognising achievements in a variety of team sports ranging from Judo to Tag Rugby https://t.co/PpvH3sKeXi

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Spelling Bees compete

Spelling Bees compete

Posted: 15th July 2019

The importance of spelling was highlighted through a whole school competition.

All pupils at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy were challenged to take part in the annual Spelling Bee.

Older children in Key Stage 2 took part in class elimination rounds before the winners went head to head on stage during a finals assembly.

The older finalists were handed a microphone and challenged to spell words including “millennium”, “convenience” and “photosynthesis”, as well as giving their meaning and use in a sentence.

In Key Stage 1, younger pupils battled it out in their classrooms.

Key Stage 1 winner Jack, Year 2, said: “I was super nervous and shocked when they said in assembly that I was the winner. I felt great. My family are so proud of me.”

Matt Grier, enriched curriculum lead, said: “The words children were asked to spell were words I would hope they would already know or be able to use their phonetic skills to work it out.

“The Spelling Bee promotes the importance of spelling.”

Key Stage 2 winner was Suraj.

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