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‘To be the best we can be’

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‘To be the best we can be’

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All our photographs go straight home via our online sharing portal Tapestry, but here are a few highlights from the year.

Phoenix Art Day with artist Mark Plumley

PTA Valentines Disco

NSPCC Number Day - The activities included Maths, Computing and PE during a day that celebrated number.

Art Extravaganza Family Learning - Children in Years 4, 5 and 6 (and Mr Male!) spent the afternoon creating dragon masks with artist Darrell Wakelam,

Fun Fridays - when our Early Years unit works as one, the end result is always FUN!

Pixie and Unicorn visit to Rodway Farm, Cannington

Pixie Class Chinese New Year Party

PTA Healthy Tuck Friday

What Wonderful Welly Walks! Pixie Class love their Friday morning Welly Walk, whatever the weather . . .

Christmas Lunch, Christmas Jumper Day and Christmas Craft Day all rolled into one!

PTA Pantomime Trip

Community Carols

Mrs Hanaway's Musical Assembly

Father Christmas arrives at North Cadbury by helicopter!

The New Head Teacher's Commissioning Service at St Michael's Church. Mrs Thompson was welcomed to North Cadbury by the parish, the diocese and Preston Academy Primary Trust. It was lovely that so many members of the community could join us. A particular thank you to the PTA for organising the 'bouquet of flowers' cake from Tiers of Joy and to the Academy Trust, who organised the special cupcakes for the children.

Phoenix Class Team Building Day at Carymoor Environmental Centre

Children in Need - a massive amount of money has raised through the mufti day, the Pudsey Bake Sale organised by the younger children and the sponsored row across The English Channel.

Remembrance - The children were reminded of the reason for Remembrance Day and marked the occasion with a two minute silence. Phoenix Class had created a display from silhouettes against a painted background and all the children made a paper poppy. As everyone returned to class, the poppies were left behind, thus creating a Flanders Field.

Harvest Pumpkins. Dozens of pumpkins were delivered. Dragon Class learnt to scoop out the seeds and to mark their pumpkin for carving. The children then became Pumpkin Pioneers and shared their newfound skills with the younger children.

School Council Cake Sale

Art Days with Colin Bell making clay sculptures

Surprise Visitors! Three Munsterlander puppies came to visit the children, much to their delight.

#Hello Yellow Day supporting young people's mental health

KS1 trip to Gore Farm 2019

Design Technology Club 2019

Snow Day February 2019

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