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22/11/17

Retweetd From Rachel Ramja

Amazing! The Ramjas certainly enjoyed this such a great cause 👍🏻

22/11/17

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Fantastic, the kids loved doing their boxes:)

22/11/17

Feeling incredibly proud of our tonight...256 beautifully packed shoes boxes collected for Operation Christmas Child https://t.co/ILpJEGXztJ

22/11/17

Amazing home learning project as part of our history theme ‘Life in 1666’ https://t.co/0OXbmgCyU4

21/11/17

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

As always a fantastic reward for the 100 percent attendance ! Trip to the cinema ! 🍿🎬 !

21/11/17

Retweetd From Alan Kemp

I’ve got 2 super excited kiddies today. They are lucky enough to get a School outing to see Paddington 2. I wonder if they need any chaperones 😉? https://t.co/dC886zTedY

18/11/17

Retweetd From Genevieve Smith

is it the cut off point for the Xmas shoe boxes? Or can we do them over the weekend for Monday

17/11/17

So many positive comments from the public yesterday about our amazing children...such wonderful ambassadors for our academy. https://t.co/yqMuGxM6bG

17/11/17

Retweetd From Andrew Moffat

Huge congrats to Sir child refugee to Knight of the realm. An honour to meet one of our inspirational House Point mascots https://t.co/vS9ECi7mSW

16/11/17

Retweetd From Mr Hollingbery

Proud to be a part of the team 🏵🏵🏵

16/11/17

AMAZING show and now on our way home. Our ETA is currently 7pm to allow for traffic https://t.co/8jxWcp7SLP

16/11/17

All ready for the show to start! https://t.co/8jQH7p5lQI

16/11/17

We’re here!! https://t.co/4Zg8wRBYZ1

16/11/17

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

Have a fantastic trip !

16/11/17

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Phoenix was very excited this morning, hope you all have a wonderful time:)

16/11/17

On our way with lots of excited children! https://t.co/GPZX8vgFkH

16/11/17

The snacks are packed and we have two coaches full of very excited Year 3 children! https://t.co/oUW8Befpqy

15/11/17

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Class Teacher: Experienced or NQT required at https://t.co/sxFeIaG3dY

15/11/17

Year 3 parents enjoying Family Learning Afternoon with their children https://t.co/q74yy6UPbK

15/11/17

Year 1 and 2 parents getting ‘stuck in’ at Family Learning Morning today https://t.co/ZEnYnLRAU5

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Harris Primary Academy Mayflower rated by Ofsted as 'Outstanding' across all areas

Posted on October 29th 2017

Amazing curriculum 'hook' days

Our Mayflower pupils had a wonderful time on Monday taking part in the curriculum 'hook' days across the academy.

Reception pupils explored their 'Once upon a time' theme, all coming dressed as a character from The Gingerbread Man. Over the holiday, the children made a character puppet which the teachers have displayed in the classrooms. The children then baked gingerbread men and pretended to be the fox and gobbled the gingerbread man up!

In Year 1 pupils had a wonderful day as part of their Kings and Queens day. All the children came dressed up and across the day took part in a range of activities culminating in a ball that was held in the afternoon.

In Year 2 pupils explored their current Great Fire of London topic by experiencing a day as they would in 1666. The children washed clothes, practised sewing, chopped vegetables for soup and baked bread and wrote in ink pens. 

In Year 3 pupils experienced life as a Victorian school child and our teachers acted in role being teachers in the Victorian times. The pupils wrote on slateboards and practised handwriting amongst many other activities. As in the Victorian times they were expected to work in silence. The adults and children were certainly pleased to return to the present day on Tuesday!  

 

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