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We had a fantastic Sports Day on Thursday 5th July.  The day started in school with a selection of sporting activities, specifically chosen by Mr Brown to excite and engage our pupils.  We had dribbling activities, shooting skills and sprinting sessions, which all of the pupils took part in (differentiated for their age groups). 

We then opened the school to the families of our pupils and invited them in for a shared picnic lunch in the glorious weather.  This was a fabulous event, with many of our families feeding back about how lovely it was! 

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We then moved to the Collingtree Playing for the second half of our sporting event which saw all of the children participate in a variety of races including traditional sprints and a skipping race, a "wacky race" and a "spud and spoon" race.   We also had a toddler race, followed by the hotly competed Mums and then Dads' race.

All in all, it was a tremendous event and we congratulate every child for taking part; all of the staff for helping out; our families for coming along and giving super support and special congratulations to Mr Brown on his second, successful sports day!

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On Tuesday 3rd July, our school choir, along with those from the six other schools in our cluster, performed at the 'Summer Singing Concert 2018'.  This followed weeks of rehearsing and practising, learning new tunes and singing summer songs.

The choir performed Stormzy's "Blinded by Your Grace" along with 3 other pieces with the other schools.  It was an amazing event and, we hope, just the start of our musical memories!

Some more lovely news. The money collected in the Rays of Sunshine pots at the event has been counted and between our schools, we have raised a wonderful £282.76 for the charity.

This will hopefully bring a little sunshine to some needy children in need of a little light. Not only did we have fun, not only did we celebrate music and singing in all our schools, but we also raised money and did a good thing. Well done everyone!

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