Learning about Ghana. Its music, costume and culture are proving to be inspirational for our Reception children.


A great morning in Reception learning about life in Ghana and even sampling food.


Mince pie sale (all made by pupils with help of run by members of the school council and all the money raised will go to their nominated charity Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.


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Our children had a wonderful time decorating the Christmas tree on Friday


Dancing photographs from our first ever community celebration event held on Friday 1st December.


Some of the delicious foods and recipes shared by parents at yesterday's community celebration.


Our community is so rich and today's event has really brought us together!


PTA are also here at our community event!!


Great First Ever Community event Food amazing thanks to parents, staff and Chartwells


Community event amazing food and great conversations and music!


The first community event is underway and all welcome!!!


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is excited to announce our first ever Community Celebration Event. 3.30 - 5.30 pm on 01 December 2017. Parents/Carers must attend with their children and please bring food and feel free to come in traditional dress and enjoy the music and community social. DJ provided!


celebrates its first community celebration event Friday 1st 3.30-5.30 ... DJ.... food.... come and mingle with our great staff, pupils and families. Children can attend when accompanied with adults - please bring food for sharing with ingredients labelled.


Our superstar gold medal winner Daniel who led our amazing cross country team to our highest ever placing in the Thurrock annual event.


More pictures of Jack and the Beanstalk during the wonderful performance yesterday. !


The Pantomime came to yesterday. Thanks to our PTA for their wonderful support in providing this event and to for bringing Jack and the Beanstalk to life for our pupils.


Our Year 5 and 6 winter reading club for gifted and talented readers is underway at lunchtimes in our meeting room.


Wow week design work for Year 6 pupils. Cityscapes on the theme of the Arabian Nights.


Wow Week in Year 6 with weaving, and cityscape design work on the theme of Arabian Nights.


More Year 1 pictures from Wow week as the children make boats to rescue the lost Penguin.

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Posted on May 2nd 2017

Football Friday Begins........

This year's Football Friday competition got underway on Friday 28th April. The first game saw Miss Ballinger who made her managerial debut with Japan take on Mr Thomas’ Belgium, who played in goal. The game was mostly dominated by Belgium, Caspar scored the opening goal for his team and they went on to win 4-1.


The second game was Miss Subohon’s Holland and Mrs Glynn’s Italy, both of these made their managerial debut. This was a very close game, each team conceding goals in turns. At a 3-3 draw and both teams showing a good fight, it seemed like the game would end a draw. But within the last 3 minutes of the game Italy managed to score 2 more goals to secure a 5-3 win.

The final game saw Miss Clarke’s Uruguay take on Mr Ellis’ Faroe Islands, who were both also making their managerial debuts. Mr Ellis went into the game feeling very confident as he represented his team in goal, he made some very important saves in the first half of the game. But this did not stop Uruguay who battled to the end to win 2-0.


Miss Challis’ players of each team were:

Japan – Aarav

Belgium – Caspar

Holland – Marco

Italy – Joshua

Uruguay – Danyal

Faroe Islands – Nathan