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  • West Sussex County Council are looking for parents or carers of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)​​​​​​​

    Published 20/06/21, by Ian Williams

    Parent or carer volunteers for a session focused on the educational support for pupils with SEN​​​​​​​

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  • A Superb Year 5/6 Football Team

    Published 16/06/21, by Lee Dallinger

    An excellent tournament effort from the boys

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  • Thank You Mrs Hutchings

    Published 13/06/21, by Lee Dallinger

    We wish Mrs Hutchings very well

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  • Lighting a Fire in Year 1 and 2

    Published 01/06/21, by Lee Dallinger

    Fabulous learning opportunities in Year 1 and 2

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  • Gardening Club Plant Sale

    Published 27/05/21, by sally hutchings

    Dont forget that Friday 28th May after school there will be a plant sale. 

    Plants priced at 50p, £1 or £2. 

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  • Kingsham Buzz

    Published 25/05/21, by sally hutchings

    First Edition of Kingsham Buzz, the Newspaper written by Yr 5 and 6

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  • National Children’s Gardening Week

    Published 19/05/21, by sally hutchings

    National Children's Gardening Week is during half term (29th May - 6th June) If you are going to do any gardening with your children this week, please could you  bring/send in photos of anything that they have done during the week.

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  • Pompey in the Community

    Published 19/05/21, by sally hutchings
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  • No requirement for masks at pick-up and drop-off

    Published 15/05/21, by Lee Dallinger

    Responding to the next step of the government's roadmap

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  • Newsletter

    Published 05/05/21, by sally hutchings

    Newsletter 5.5.21

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  • Free Family Learning Courses

    Published 27/04/21, by Lee Dallinger

    Enrol at www.aspiresussex.org.uk

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