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Year 6 bombs away!

On Monday morning, we were told to go outside onto the circle area in the playground.  We were told that, over the weekend, our caretaker Mr Allen had been digging up the trim trail and had discovered an unexploded World War Two bomb.  We were shown the bomb, which was still partly in the ground, read more »

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Year 6 Tank Museum trip

As part of our WWII project, Year 6 visited the Tank Museum at Bovington Camp. We walked into the Museum and had an explanation of what we would be doing for the day. This included workshops, exploring the different types of tanks and seeing the WWI section which has replica trenches. The workshops covered dressing read more »

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PGL 2017 (The Y6 Residential) The Reviews

This years residential trip brought a lot of smiles and there are many memories we wish to share. Listed below are some quotes from some that went: “It was an exhilarating experience giving us great memories!”-Molly 6P “It was so awesome and I would love to do it again”-Archie6P “It was torture (the weather was), read more »

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Day 5 at PGL

So the adventure has now come to an end and hopefully everyone is home and clean! The day started with frantic packing – well the stuffing of anything that could be found into suitcases and bags as quickly as possible anyway. This definitely built up some good appetites in time for our final breakfast of read more »

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Day 4 at PGL

The sun certainly had his hat on today, woohoo! 🌞 Waking up to bright sunshine this morning has got to be the highlight of the week so far. The children had a spring in their step on their way to breakfast this morning and were eager to get their food eaten and make their way read more »

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Day 3 at PGL

Wet, wet, wet! That pretty much sums up our day, however the weather didn’t seem to dampen our spirits and everyone soldiered on through the activities! Lots more activities were on today’s agenda including orienteering, quad biking, zip wire and archery and one thing we have learnt at PGL is that the activities carry on read more »

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Day 2 at PGL

So today was even more jam packed than yesterday if that is possible! There was a huge variety of activities on offer to the eight different groups today including the giant swing, aeroball, survivor and Jacob’s ladder. The children were so excited that many of them were up and dressed before their morning wake up knock read more »

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Day 1 at PGL

What a start to our week away – a very wet one that is! Hiking and raft building were on today’s agenda for most groups which meant an exciting offsite outing was in order. Raft building was over at the sailing academy and provided an excellent opportunity for children to showcase their teamwork skills. Once read more »

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