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24/05/18

Beautiful paintings produced by our pupils for the art gallery today https://t.co/17LncORNTw

21/05/18

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achieves outstanding results for our children. https://t.co/mmDROiF0PO

18/05/18

An amazing day with our wonderful pupils making memories https://t.co/30PksNz5Xg

18/05/18

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King miles is ready to attend the royal celebrations at school today ! https://t.co/Qh4YYws7xU

18/05/18

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My little prince loved his royal wedding themed day thank you to all the amazing teachers who always make these events so special! https://t.co/JebMMXZUpl

18/05/18

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The kids all ready and looking forward to their celebrations today:) https://t.co/fSeFQr0Sor

17/05/18

Team Mayflower have enjoyed getting the academy ready for our Royal Wedding celebrations with our pupils tomorrow https://t.co/L9QjH2G6AP

16/05/18

Wonderful to see so many of our families at Community Evening tonight https://t.co/kah4MjeI37

15/05/18

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a massive well done to the nursery children today so well behaved and made the new children feel welcome and took them of to play !

11/05/18

Well done Miss George for securing a £500 nature grant. We will receive bug hotels,bird boxes, den making kits and planters https://t.co/zfAYjNj7Bs

10/05/18

Well done to the 255 pupils going to the cinema or receiving an in-school treat tomorrow for amazing attendance last term. Keep collecting those weekly golden tickets! https://t.co/rgJQTGZXJ8

04/05/18

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A School Of Many Faiths And Rubina Was Given Her Chance To Show Of Her Religion Of Islam. Im So Proud Of Her Being So Enthusiastic And Proud To Be Muslim 🕋🕌 https://t.co/02BVAiq55P

04/05/18

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Had a nice time taking part in the kids learning morning/afternoon at school today:) great seeing their work https://t.co/yLuPRdrGYz

04/05/18

Another great family learning morning and afternoon...lovely to see all our wonderful families https://t.co/tIDTltzUhG

04/05/18

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Start of Miley's classes learning journey. Story time. https://t.co/zl6tynYA16

04/05/18

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Miley's making a sock Dragon in learning journey. Having fun. 😋 https://t.co/XS32RNmCM6

04/05/18

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Arts and crafts Friday. https://t.co/Br5eKYdXzU

30/04/18

Happy 1st Birthday Mayflower Tots! Thank you to for running this amazing group and for making the cakes for today’s party https://t.co/OyQAn8vJCJ

28/04/18

First draft dragon sketches in Year 2 this week https://t.co/jemWkQhZEK

28/04/18

Our children enjoying a party lunch on Friday https://t.co/vlNuvYBBEK

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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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