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  • 22nd March 2019

    This term has continued to fly.  I can’t believe we only have two weeks until Easter Holidays. There has been a lot going on in school. Year 11 are busily working towards their qualifications and finishing coursework. Both primary and secondary have been on trips to support what they are doing in the curriculum. This week, the Primary Department have been to visit Tuppenny Barn where pupils had the opportunity to look at horticulture.

    Tuppeny Barn


    Next week, pupils have the opportunity to participate in lots of exciting activities to support curriculum areas as part of our Rising Stars programme.

    A reminder that the annual Duck Race will take place on Monday 22nd April. Ducks can be purchased from the office.


    Yesterday was World Down Syndrome Day. Below is a link to celebrate this.


    Next blog will be on 5th April.

    • 8th March 2019

      I hope everyone had a lovely half term. It’s incredible to believe we have already had 2 weeks.

      It has been a busy time. We have had our Dancers out representing the school at Dance House and St Philip Howard School. Both groups performed brilliantly and had a great time.



                                                  Dance House

                                              St Philip Howard

      Yesterday the school celebrated World Book Day. Both staff and pupils came to school dressed as characters from their favourite books. We had a huge range of characters, such as Where’s Wally, Paddington Bear, Harry Potter, Alice in Wonderland and Miss Trunchbull. It was a lovely day in school celebrating and sharing books.




      Miss Trunchbull & Harry Potter

                      Miss Trunchbull and Harry Potter


       Willow Photo

                                                         Willow Class


      Next blog Friday 22nd March


      • Friday 15th February

        I can’t really believe half term is here already.

        The pupils have been incredibly busy this term with lots of visits and activities in class

        In primary, pupils had some special visitors. Owls About Town came in to spend a morning with the pupils. Pupils enjoyed learning about owls and being able to touch a live owl.

        The school is very much looking forward to celebrating World Book Day. Letters have gone out, but a reminder that the date is Thursday March 7th.

        This year the Circus is coming to St Anthony’s. Parents and Friends are organising the Happy Circus on Sunday 30th June. Flyers have gone out this week. It should be a wonderful afternoon and great opportunity to raise some funds for the school.

         Finally, I would like to wish you a lovely half term. Pupils return to school on Monday 25th February

         My next blog will be 8th March


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