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Brimscombe CE VA Primary School

Brimscombe CE VA Primary School

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Kingfisher Class News

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  • 18/06/19

    Finding out more about plants

    We have been looking closely at different plants from our garden as part of our work on improving our environment to make the world a better place. 
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  • 12/06/19

    ART Day

    Aquila Class were inspired by music and Wasilly Kandinsky!
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  • 06/06/19

    Cheltenham Science Festival Trip

    Aquila class went Cheltenham to take part in the annual science festival. They had the best time! 
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  • 16/05/19

    Open the Book Drama - the story of the Bible

    Aquila drama group were part of a whole school performance to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of Open the Book. They performed a short run through of the Bible! It was fantastic!       
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  • 14/05/19

    Feeling grateful

    As part of our Daily 10, we are always thinking of ways to be grateful for what we have and think about those that do not have what we sometimes take for granted.  We've been learning about Nelson Mandela and his story of injustice and we have had some great discussions about how the wor...
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  • 11/05/19


    Aquila have taken on the challenge of the school garden!
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  • 02/05/19


    To kick off out new topic, we had a complete blackout and explored different forms of light and sound! 
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  • 01/04/19

    Trip to Puzzlewood

    Aquila took a trip to the mysterious and inspiring Puzzlewood. 
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  • 28/03/19


    Aquila used only their fingerprints - not to solve a mystery, but to create a masterpiece! 
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  • 08/03/19

    World Book Day!

    Aquila Class celebrate World Book Day!
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  • 07/03/19

    Prayer and Reflection Box

    Written by Nancy (y3) and Joash (y4) 
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  • 28/02/19

    Images of Christianity

    The children were exploring which image they thought represented Christianity best to them. There was lots of discussion and collaborative thinking. 
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Brimscombe Hill, Brimscombe, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 2QR

01453 882474

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