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  • Friday 28th January - Staff Training Day

    Published 06/01/22

    The school will be closed for Staff Training on Friday 28th January

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  • Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May - School Closed

    Published 30/04/21
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  • GEMS will be closed on Wednesday 1st February due to Industial Action.

    Published 18/01/23
    Please see the letter sent out to all parents / carers for more information
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  • School closed on Friday 23rd December for Teacher Training

    Published 15/12/22
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  • School Closed for a Teacher Training Day on Monday 31st October - Students return on Tuesday 1st November.

    Published 03/10/22
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  • School Closure Monday 19th September for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral.

    Published 12/09/22
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  • The Queen's Jubilee Bank Holiday

    Published 25/04/22
    The school will be closed for the Jubilee on Monday 6th June
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  • Bank Holiday Monday May 2nd

    Published 25/04/22
    The school will be closed for the Bank Holiday on Monday 2nd May
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  • Non-Uniform day Friday 10th December

    Published 06/12/21
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  • Planet protectors…Planet Power

    Published 10/06/19

    Lola, Layla, Brooke ,Mabel, Georgia and Grace from Year 5 , the newly formed Planet Power Team, have been finding masses of plastic all over the school yard and they have a goal… to stop plastic pollution.

     

     

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  • Year 7 Assembly- knowing the Dangers of Drugs

    Published 10/06/19

    Earlier in this term, year 7 had an important assembly about the dangers of drugs - specifically about cannabis.

     

     

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  • Junior Maths Challenge

    Published 05/06/19

    On Tuesday 30th April, Year 8s who are in set one for maths , Year 7s who are also in set one for maths and a few set one year 6s, took place in the Junior Maths Challenge. The Junior Maths Challenge is a very demanding test, which is full of long, detailed questions that all carry a lot of marks. Unlike other tests, you can lose marks if you attempt a question and get it wrong. Your mark doesn’t really matter because it’s not like a test that will determine your sets for anything; it’s just a challenge to get your brain thinking… A LOT! It is very hard. Good luck to anybody that takes part. Let’s hope we can get lots of bronze, silver and gold certificates!

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