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Anti-Bullying Week 2019 - Poster Competition


Congratulations to the winners of our poster competition! Sasha was our KS2 winner and Alex was our KS1/EYFS winner. The winners were selected by the Pupil Council who voted on the best designs. We were thrilled with the high quality and creative designs of the posters and a big thank you to those who entered the competition. The winning posters will be displayed around school. 


Children in Need 2019


We took part in fundraising for Children in Need and the children and families were incredibly generous. During the week the Pupil Council sold Pudsey merchandise and it was so popular that we sold out by Friday morning!


Riley and Cassie designed a Pudsey Square game and this sold out within 15 minutes - during playtime - winner to be announced on Monday 18th November and they will take home a yummy chocolate cake.


Everyone dressed up and donated 50p for wearing non-uniform - even the grown-ups came to school in their finest Pudsey outfits! We also sold cakes to raise funds for this superb charity.


Well done all and thank you for your kind charity donations.



Odd Socks day 2019!


As part of Anti-Bullying Week the pupil council decided we would hold an 'odd socks' day to remind everyone that each person is unique and special, and that we show kindness to everyone even if they are different to us.


Take a look at the anti-bullying website, as well as childline, for more information and advice as to where you can get help if you are experiencing bullying:


Odd socks!Each of us is different but specialSpot the odd socks!Anti-Bullying Week 2019 - Odd socks day!Check out my socks!


The pupil council decided to organise a 'Red card to racism' non-uniform day. We wore red clothes and accessories to school. Check out the charity's website to find out more;

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