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  • Cookie Baking

    Published 19/04/24

    We are delighted to inform you that the Year 2 children had a fantastic cookie baking session! Under the guidance of our teachers, they eagerly rolled up their sleeves, mixed ingredients, and baked delicious cookies from scratch. The children had a wonderful time learning about the baking process and practising their culinary skills. Not only did they have fun, but they also developed teamwork and creativity as they decorated their very own take away bags.

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  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccination

    Published 18/04/24

    The vaccine is free and offered to all children in the UK. 2 doses can give lifelong protection against: 

    These highly-infectious conditions can cause serious illnesses including pneumonia, meningitis and hearing loss. They can easily spread between unvaccinated people.

    Any children in London who are not up to date with their routine vaccinations can get a catch-up dose via their GP to make sure that they are fully protected. 

    If you believe your child is missing a vaccination and you don't want to wait, you can contact your local GP to book an appointment.

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  • Ducklings

    Published 17/04/24

    From gentle cuddles to careful observations, our pupils immersed themselves in the world of these fluffy friends. Through this handson experience, our pupils fostered a deeper understanding of life cycles, animal behaviour, and the importance of compassion towards all living beings. It was a heartwarming sight to see our school community come together to support and nurture our feathered guests.

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  • British Science Week

    Published 22/03/24

    We are excited to report the tremendous success of our British Science Week activities, which captivated minds and sparked curiosity across the school! From spelling bee competitions, brain-teasing quizzes, thought-provoking debates, and aweinspiring Science Expositions, it was a week filled with excitement and discovery.

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  • Celebrating World Book Day!

    Published 15/03/24

    It was a pleasure to celebrate World Book Day on 7th March 2024, with a delightful array of literary festivities. This year, both staff and pupils were encouraged to come dressed as their favourite book characters, which ignited the magic of storytelling throughout our school. The highlight of the day was a special assembly titled “The Masked Reader,” where mystery and intrigue unfolded as individuals, hid behind the curtains and disguised their voices as they read extracts from their favourite books. After each reading, the pupils had the fun task of unmasking the reader.

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  • Year 5 Pedestrian Training

    Published 08/03/24

    On Wednesday 28th February, the Year 5 pupils took part in our annual Pedestrian Training session. The children were very engaged throughout and gained valuable knowledge on how to be responsible pedestrians.

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  • The Look Out Discovery Centre

    Published 23/02/24

    On Friday 9th February, the Year 3 pupils visited The Look Out Discovery Centre for their Educational School Trip. During this visit, the pupils explored different aspects of Science such as Our Solar System, learning about cool astronomy facts, the human body, light and sound and how water freezes. The pupils were able to climb a high tower where they could see a forested area; this integrated into their Geography topic on Rainforest. They were also able to see plants in a natural habitat and various species of insects.

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  • NSPCC Number Day

    Published 09/02/24

    A big thank you to everyone who participated in our NSPCC Number Day on 2nd February 2024! It was a fantastic day filled with fun, learning, and fundraising for a great cause. Pupils across all grades engaged in exciting mathematics activities and games, showcasing their mathematical prowess and problem-solving skills. We were amazed by the creativity displayed in the numberthemed costumes! From human calculators to walking fractions, you all looked fabulous while raising awareness for the NSPCC.

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  • Brilliant Parents Newsletter - Children's Mental Health Week 5th February - 11th February 2024

    Published 08/02/24

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  • Are you a Carer?

    Published 05/02/24

    Are you a Carer?

    Hillingdon have released the attached guide to provide carers with more information on the support available from the Local Authority.

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  • Hillingdon Winter Playday – Information from the Local Authority

    Published 05/02/24

    Hillingdon Winter Playday – Information from the Local Authority

    Winter Playday is a free fun event for families in Hillingdon. Taking place in the Pavilions Shopping Centre on 13th February from 10 am to 4 pm. The event will include information stalls from a range of organisations as well as free activities including dance tasters, story time, arts and crafts, sport activities and more.

    Please see: Winter Playday - Discover Hillingdon


    Fizz Free February – Information from the Local Authority

    In the month of February, Hillingdon Community Dental Service are taking part in 'Fizz Free February' which aims to encourage everyone to think about reducing the number of fizzy drinks they are drinking and giving them up.

    Some facts:

    • Drinking fizzy drinks can lead to tooth decay and other health conditions.
    • Hillingdon has 28.2% of 5-Year-old children with decayed, missing or filled teeth which is above the England average.
    • More 5-9-year-old children are hospitalised due to tooth decay than for any other reason.
    • Some fizzy drinks can contain as much as 20 teaspoons of sugar!!!


    They are holding an event at Botwell Green Library for parents/carers and children on Wednesday 7th February (information in flyer below) with a display and a presentation. Also attached is a poster with help finding an NHS Dentist and our oral health website which contains lots of useful information about keeping teeth healthy. 

    Fizz Free Feb '24 event information flyer (PDF) [376KB]

    Finding an NHS Dentist & OHP Website (PDF) [509KB]

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  • Our Local Library Visits

    Published 02/02/24

    This term, the Year 6 pupils have been introduced to Electricity in their Science classes. This topic will spark the interest of the pupils as they will be doing several experiments in order to develop their scientific skills. The pupils’ curiosity was aroused as they displayed great enthusiasm inquiring about various ways to create static electricity. One of them even said she usually never enjoys Science but this has been one of her best and interesting lessons.

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