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Musical Soiree

On the evening of Wednesday 19th June 2019, our school Musical Soiree took place. Most of the children who play a musical instrument, in or out of school, took to the stage to perform a solo or group performance. The school choir sang three songs: ‘Sing’ by Gary...

The Book Launch

The book launch was really exciting. It was a huge success and nearly every one bought a copy of our new book, ‘A Portal Through Place’, a sequel to the ‘Portal Through Time,’ which we published two years ago. John Dougherty was there signing books. Amy said, “At the...

Sports Day

  On Tuesday 18th June 2019, our annual sports day took place. As always, in the morning we had the whole of KS1 competing in their groups led by Year 5’s, followed by the individual events for KS2. Unfortunately, the afternoon activities for KS2 were cancelled...

Maths Week

In the week after half term, Maths Week took place for the whole school. Everybody was getting involved in maths with activities like cooking, enterprise challenges and making junk models. On Wednesday evening, author and mathematician Kjartan Poskitt came into school...

The chicks have hatched!

There has been a noticeable buzz around school today. Ten eggs were delivered to school on Monday and this morning they started to hatch. By the end of the day, eight of the eggs had hatched into little chicks.

Adventure Club

Here is the lastest flyer from The Adventure Club, a holiday play scheme that runs during school holidays at Minchinhampton Primary Academy.

Class Teacher Post

The governing body is seeking a teacher with very high standards and experience to join our Year 3/4 team in September 2019. Candidates need to be passionate about teaching and learning; an excellent teacher and an innovative, inspirational role model for staff and...

Comic Relief

We will be holding a cake sale tomorrow (Thursday) where each cake will be 30-50p and dressing up in anything red on Friday for £1.

Reception Outdoor Learning

Hi Reception Parents We are trialling a new electronic sign up sheet for helpers for Outdoor Learning on Thursdays 9-10.45am. If you are able to help with any of our sessions please click on the following web link (or copy it into your web browser if clicking doesn't...

Palm Oil Campaign

>Children in Cobalt Class have been learning about the plight of orangutans whose habitat is being destroyed by the production of palm oil and the campaign by Greenpeace. They wrote letters to various people and organisations to find out more. Look who replied!

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