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  • Geography - Biomes Project Information

    Published 04/04/20, by Padraig McKenna
    Home learning packs will be making their way to you in the next few days and in your pack there is an Easter English and maths activity pack as well as two topics booklets; one history and one geography.  For now, we would like you to focus o
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  • Friday 3rd April

    Published 03/04/20, by Padraig McKenna

    An update for the end of the second week of the school shutdown.

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  • Home learning - Reassurance & Resources

    Published 30/03/20, by Fru Westmorland
    We know that all families are different and have different pressures at home at the moment. We've had some people contacting us worried that they're not doing enough and some asking for more, so here is hopefully a reassuring guide as well as
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  • Friday 27 March 2020

    Published 27/03/20, by Padraig McKenna
    I hope you are all well.  I think I'm beginning to get used to staying at home to keep safe. I've been trying to do a mixture of things each day and also stay in a routine. Hopefully, you have already made your own version of the time
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  • Monday 23rd March

    Published 23/03/20, by Padraig McKenna
    I hope you are all well. I'm missing being in school and I'm sure that you are too! I'm being really sensible about staying at home and using the garden for a bit of fresh air and exercise. It does seem like spring is arriving! I'v
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  • HW & Spellings 13/3/20

    Published 13/03/20, by Padraig McKenna
    We've had a great week! The children have worked really hard in class! We've been studying percentages and electricity (as part of our science topic and for science week) as well as finding out about the Titanic. For homework this wee
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  • KEYWORTH YOUTH CLUB - MEETING FOR PARENTS​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ *POSTPONED*

    Published 11/03/20, by Peter Cresswell

    *POSTPONED*

    Over the past couple of months we have been working with Chris Seager who runs the Youth Club in Keyworth to help ensure the Youth Club is a positive experience for all the children who attend. From after Easter, Y5 children can attend the Youth Club. As such, we have decided to run a parent information session at KPNS for both for Y5 and Y6 parents from KPNS and CPS. The aim of the session will be for parents to find out about Youth Club and what happens there, who are the key people and what the expectations are.  It will also give parents chance to ask any questions. 

    We would strongly encourage all parents who are using, or who plan to use Youth Club, to attend.

    30th March, 6pm at KPNS

    Pleas contact Mrs King, Deputy Headteacher at KPNS, or Mr Cresswell if you have any questions before the evening. Alternatively, contact Chris Seager directly using the details on the attached flyer.

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  • Friday 6th March - Spellings

    Published 06/03/20, by Padraig McKenna
    This week's spellings are attached. The children have some maths homework in the homework folders and a SPAG sheet. Being very generous, I also set some MyMaths this afternoon!
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  • Spellings and Homework 28/2/20

    Published 28/02/20, by Padraig McKenna
    I've attached this week's spellings to this blog post. This week they are based on words ending in the _cial suffix. Some of our homework (in the folders) supports the children's learning of these important words.  I would like th
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  • Library Visit - Monday 2nd

    Published 27/02/20, by Padraig McKenna
    Next Monday we will visiting the library as one of our book week activities. We'll be leaving school at 09:10 and leaving the library at 10:10 to arrive back at Crossdale at 10:30. We've already had two generous offers of help walking to
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  • Forest Schools

    Published 13/02/20, by Evie Rodriguez

    A reminder about kit

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  • Base 3 Assembly - Fairtrade

    Published 12/02/20, by Evie Rodriguez

    A half-term supermarket challenge!

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