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17/07/24

The Nursery children showing fantastic progression in their name writing. In October they attempted to copy their names, now in July they can write their first names and surnames independently. pic.twitter.com/GSgnQxYAeP

17/07/24

Piano lessons . These Reception pupils have only been having lessons for 4 months. AMAZING! 🎹🤩 pic.twitter.com/CkyLXr6KoQ

16/07/24

Day 1 with their groups for the week 😀😀😀 pic.twitter.com/ihlaMjcKV8

16/07/24

Smiles all round as Year 6 arrived at Newby Wiske Hall yesterday. pic.twitter.com/nW4GeRF4NY

15/07/24

And they are off! Have a fantastic time Year 6 at your residential in Yorkshire. We look forward to hearing all about it on your return! pic.twitter.com/uThtTWilQm

14/07/24

Year 5 & 6 transition morning - enhancing the class reading displays and book reviews 📚📚📚📖 pic.twitter.com/iWyhUPWcCV

14/07/24

Year 4 transition morning - displaying amazing drawing skills creating the flower of their class name 🌼🌺🌸 pic.twitter.com/CYp4uS5iO1

12/07/24

Transition morning in Year 3 - getting to know each other and creating origami hearts and thank you messages for their current teachers 💜 pic.twitter.com/YL5LtNcwOf

12/07/24

There was a buzz around the academy today as the pupils spent the morning in their new classes. EYFS and Year 1 enjoyed getting to know their teachers and Year 2 were writing about their dreams and ambitions. pic.twitter.com/egTcQXtmTS

11/07/24

On Monday 150 Reception children had a fantastic day trip at Call of the Wild Zoo. They saw a wide range of animals and had the opportunity to get up quite close to a few of them too! 🐧🐵🐍🦉🦓🦜🐐 pic.twitter.com/xjf0XvYS50

11/07/24

The sun finally came out just in time for the Nursery Sports Day! The children had lots of fun and definitely showed their core values of perseverance and community. pic.twitter.com/gn7bxOZRTo

10/07/24

Fantastic imagination and language whilst engaging at the ‘Little City’ pic.twitter.com/wV6D6ytlCn

10/07/24

Last week, Little City visited HPAMA. A range of different role play areas that all the Nursery children had lots and lots of fun engaging with! pic.twitter.com/bDCKqmDIj9

09/07/24

Thank you to for visiting HPAMA today and speaking to the Year 4 pupils. They really enjoyed hearing about why guide dogs are needed, how they help their owners and how they are trained. pic.twitter.com/t8Owxq8eck

09/07/24

The children from the Gardening and Art club have been very busy being creative at the allotment. They have made a rockery, seed packets, flower presses and bird boxes. pic.twitter.com/HC3FOwVl14

08/07/24

The Essex Police visit today was only intended for Year 5 & 6 but the Police Officers very kindly let the Nursery children come and see the vehicle. The children were all very happy and asked lots of questions as they got to sit on the motorbike and in the car. pic.twitter.com/qM2RyYopkp

08/07/24

All enjoying dinner after a busy and fun filled day at Wat Tyler. pic.twitter.com/GdaabSNrqz

08/07/24

Lots of fun being had by Year 5 at Wat Tyler. pic.twitter.com/xMTBMnZLQV

08/07/24

A visit from Essex Police for year 5 & 6 today with a focus on road safety and large goods vehicles. Mrs Parveen got nominated to be the lorry driver and the children were four lines deep before she could see them from the drivers seat!

25/03/23

A fabulous day of sportshall athletics for year 3/4 children. 19 schools took part with the top 3 as follows 🥉 🥈 🥇 pic.twitter.com/YuTmpQZfcM

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Diversity and Equality at Mayflower

We are very proud to hold the Diversity Mark Gold Award which recognises our commitment to equality and diversity across the academy.

At Mayflower we celebrate our similarities as well as our differences and all children, staff and families ensure that our approach is lived out.

Our curriculum in the Autumn term focuses on identity- we understand that children absolutely need to understand who they are, where they come from and to be proud of their heritage.

We will be working towards becoming a 'Centre of Excellence' for diversity and equality and will support other schools on the journey to embedding practice.