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This year, Northampton Town FC ("The Cobblers") are looking to work more closely with the primary schools in and around the town.  One such way is the School's World Cup, which Mr Brown successfully applied to enter. 

On Thursday 20th September, our school was drawn to play against Briar Hill school at the PTS Academy Stadium (formerly known as Sixfields).  Before the match, we had a tour of the stadium, including visiting both the Home and Away dressing rooms. We also had a quiz about the Cobblers, where the children were able to win small prizes.

All of our previous matches have seen us compete in 7-a-side games, where as these fixtures are 5-a-side so it was a change of format for our players.  We were also battling strong winds so it was not a surprise when we took a little time to settle into our match.  After a slow start we got into our stride but unfortunately the damage was done and after a competitive game, we found ourselves on the losing side.  We congratulate Briar Hill and wish them well with the rest of the tournament.

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On Thursday 20th September, we had our Harvest Festival in St Columba's Church. Mrs Farmer and Mrs Chambers put together a great service at short notice and as always, our pupils shone!

Holding 2 separate services to make sure all of our guests could get in the church, we began with Years R/1, 3 and 5 and were treated to some amazing treats from the children: our youngest children performed "Big, Red Combine Harvester"; we saw beautiful pastel art work and a fantastic Harvest archway, made by Year 3 & 4.

The second service was delivered by Years 2, 4 and 6.  Year 2 showed off the gorgeous harvest bread loaves they'd baked whilst Year 6 performed the "Harvest Samba".  Both services were led by the Collingtree Christian Crew who also performed readings from the bible.  

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  • Acquire knowledge and skills relevant to the world
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  • Understand the inter-dependencies of the world
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