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Posted by on in Knitting Club

Well done to this term's knitting club, who have created these colourful bookmarks for their final project. They worked hard each week, learning to knit, cast on, cast off, sew the edges and plait the tassle.


Miss Fortin and Mrs Hayden




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Posted by on in History

Year 2 went back a hundred years for a whole day at school. They all dressed up and had a handwriting lesson,recited poetry,  said their time tables by rote, had an object lesson and a performance in the hall all about World War I.  When the siren went off they all got under their desks. When the children missed behaved they wore the dunce's cap! The children enjoyed the day and some said they would have liked to have been in school in 1914!




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Posted by on in Eco

Lucie, James, Ethan, Amy and Alfie joined very concerned local residents at the airfield entrance after hearing news that the lease would not be renewed after September 2014. 'We must save the airfield and all this lovely open space.' they said.




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Posted by on in Uncategorized

A massive well done to Year 4 who have raised £140.92 (and still counting!) for their class charity, Cancer Research UK, by making Dream-Catchers and God's Eyes. Thank you to all of the friends, families and the children themselves for their extremely generous donations.


Miss Fortin and Mr Sadler



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Posted by on in Eco

Last week every child in Springmead School either cycled, scooted or ran around a route outside the school. The weather was perfect and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the event. The cyclists all wore helmets and we had about 20 parents who marshaled the route through the day. The school would like to say a very big thank you to all of these volunteers, without whom, we could not have run the event.  We shall be running another cycling and scooting ride in September. 

Mrs Payne



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