Autumn Review 2018

Windmill Hill school – Autumn Review 2018

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get link The Pop Project visited our school to support and illustrate our work on British Values.

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Buy Dog Tramadol Uk We looked at the four countries of the UK, dressing up in national costumes.  We learned about the great Britons from Winston Churchill to J K Rowling. Most of all we enjoyed the live music featuring songs to emphasise the key message of tolerance and respect e.g. “Little help from my friends”, “Love train”, “We are family”.

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see url Our new selected ‘Safety Officers’ attended the launch at the Select stadium. Throughout the year, they will organise events and competitions to ensure the pupils in our school know how to stay safe and protected. enter site Anti-Bullying

source url As part of anti-bullying week, the pupils are preparing for our annual Talent Show. The children will showcase their diverse talents and demonstrate how we are all equal no matter how different. get link School Trips

go site In our school, we aim to deliver a curriculum that is exciting and stimulating. First hand learning experiences can provide a broad and balanced curriculum.  Year 5 visited Select Stadium where author Andy Briggs talked to the children about how to become an author and shared extracts from his stories. Most of the children purchased one of his books and he took the time to personalize each one.

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