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  • Clean Air Day - June 21st 2018

    Published 12/06/18

    Further to the Mayor’s Clean Air Audit, we are delighted to be taking part in Clean Air Day 2018! Following on from the success of the first ever National Clean Air Day, the nationwide awareness-raising campaign will return on June 21st, 2018.

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  • Sir Vince Cable and Blue Peter's Chris Collins Dig Deep for the Environment

    Published 12/06/18

    Sir Vince Cable and Blue Peter’s Chris Collins joined our Reception Classes on Friday morning to recycle our old sandpit into a beautiful ‘Bug and Bog Garden’.

    The plants and materials were donated by Octopus Energy, thanks to a nomination from one of our parents. This meant we were able to re-purpose an old sandpit from the Reception Outdoor Classroom and turn it into a beautiful haven for wildlife, filled with plants, flowers and cosy areas for wildlife to set up home. 

    Many thanks to Octopus Energy for their generous donation.  

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  • Year 6 - just arrived back at school!

    Published 07/06/18

    Unfortunately, due to a signal failure, there are no trains to Richmond. This means our Year 6s hd to travel back to school by bus. They have just arrived back at school.

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  • TECHNICAL ISSUES

    Published 06/06/18

    We are sorry to report that we are still experiencing technical issues with our phone lines...we have reported the problems and we are waiting for an engineer to find a solution.

    In the meantime, if you call in and there is no answer please send us an email.

    Likewise, if we call you and you can't call back, please send us an email. 

    We'll let you know just as soon as it's sorted. Thank you for bearing with us. 

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  • CLEARING THE AIR

    Published 05/06/18

    As part of the Mayor’s ambition to tackle poor air quality, a Clean Air Audit has been commissioned to identify a combination of hard-hitting measures and quick-win solutions to help protect pupils’ health from poor air quality, and examine new ways to lower emissions and exposure to pollution in and around primary schools.

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  • YEAR 4 - SWANAGE TRIP - THE LONG WALK

    Published 17/05/18

    Today our Year 4s are out in the fresh air and countryside enjoying a long walk up hill and along the coastal paths. 

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  • Year 4 - TRIP TO SWANAGE

    Published 17/05/18

    Yesterday our Year 4s embarked on their journey to Swanage, arriving yesterday afternoon at the Chatsworth Centre, run by the Allnatt Centre Ltd (www.allnatt.co.uk). 

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  • YEAR 6 REALLY PUTTING THEIR HEART INTO SCIENCE

    Published 15/05/18

    Year 6 had the pleasure and experience of dissecting 30 lambs hearts recently as part of their Science learning about circulation and the heart.

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  • BOUNCING BEYOND EXPECTATIONS TO RAISE £11,000!

    Published 15/05/18

    A massive thank you to all who took part in Bounce-a-thon. Everyone who was helping, organising, jumping, raising money, donating money (or doing all of those things!) contributed towards the success of the event.

     

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  • WELCOMING SUMMER WITH A FLUTTER

    Published 15/05/18

    The Miracle of Metamorphosis was evident in full colour in Reception this week, to help the children as part of their understanding the world.

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  • IMPORTANT NOTICES ABOUT SNAPCHAT, FORTNITE & YUBO

    Published 04/05/18

    We have received a number of online safety notices this week regarding games and platforms used by a large number of young people. Whilst some of them are aimed at children older than ours here at St. Stephen’s, it’s still important that you are familiar with how these games work, what the dangers are and how to keep your children safe.

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  • HAPPILY EVER AFTER AT LEGOLAND

    Published 01/05/18

    Once upon a time, the Reception classes at St. Stephen’s took a trip around the world, seeing some of the most spectacular palaces on earth – albeit in miniature.

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