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  • Kensington Primary... Primary School of the Year!

    Published 30/11/20

    Kensington Primary School has been awarded the Pearson Gold Award for Primary School of the Year: Award for Making a Difference!

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  • 'I am always inspired by the hard work of everybody and I am truly grateful for all that you're doing' - A message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 26/03/21
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  • Census 2021!

    Published 18/03/21

    As most of you will know, Sunday 21st March 2021 is national census day. This is something that occurs every 10 years, and you will have received a letter informing you of this. Our CEO Mr Paul Harris would like to personally appeal to you all to complete this using the information that you have been sent.

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  • 'It's been truly inspirational to see how we've all come back' - A message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 11/03/21
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  • "It's been great to see so many smiley, happy faces in school this morning" - A message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 08/03/21
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  • World Book Day 2021 at Kensington Primary School

    Published 05/03/21

    Every year ‘World Book Day’ spreads a powerful and positive message about books and reading, a message that was loud and clear at Kensington Primary School yesterday. Children were excited to share and celebrate their favourite books and characters.

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  • 'Partnership work between the schools, parents and children has really shown how well everyone's worked together' - A message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 04/03/21
     
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  • "We're working really hard to make sure that we're doing everything we can to keep everyone as safe as possible" - A message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 24/02/21
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  • 'Write Your Own Future' - An open letter of support

    Published 22/02/21

    Our children and young people need hope. They need to know we understand what is important to them and will be there to support them. As Headteachers, teachers, parents, CEOs and stakeholders we have written this open letter to all young people.

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  • Curwen Primary: A Gold Shakespeare School!

    Published 12/02/21

    Curwen Primary School has been awarded Gold Shakespeare School status! The Shakespeare Gold award recognises schools who have pledged to keep creativity high on their agenda, whilst providing their students with opportunities to create and learn through the unique power of Shakespeare!

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  • 'I'm so proud to be part of such an amazing community of schools' - A Message from our CEO, Paul Harris

    Published 11/02/21
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  • Express Yourself: Children's Mental Health Week at Ranelagh

    Published 05/02/21

     

    This week Ranelagh Primary and Nursery School was awash with different shades of yellow to celebrate Children’s Mental Health Week. 

    The theme this year was 'Express Yourself', and learning to do so in a range of ways! This could be through art, music, drama and a few cool dance moves. The pupils took this challenge up with extreme enthusiasm using Lockdown Learning  and Google Classrooms to share how they could prioritise their mental health.

    From singing songs in the Early Years to passionate debates in Year 6, the children practiced the many ways they could achieve a positive state of mind. They enjoyed sketching, playing marbles and one student even practised beating their own record of solving a rubik cube puzzle as a way of calming down and relaxing.

     


    Parents even got involved and told staff during the coffee mornings how they were keeping good mental health.

    ‘A daily walk in the park helps get rid of mine and the children’s worries’. One parent was brave enough to ‘switch off the television and just talk to each other’. 

    The week was rounded off by Ranelagh's Friday celebration assembly - a time when the school comes together, become connected and enjoy each others company. 

    Due to this pandemic, children are spending long periods indoors and  are unable to see friends and family. Now, more than ever, it is important to raise awareness of good mental health and  to encourage our children to talk about their feelings. 

    For more ideas and support on Mental Health for you and your family see www.mind.org or speak to a member of staff for more information.

     

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