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Arkenstall

Primary School

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  • Happy Bubbles

    Published 19/06/20

    It's been a fun packed week at school as everyone has settled into their bubbles...

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  • Bee Alert!

    Published 15/05/20

    There's never a dull moment in school! This week, on the KS2 playground, we were visited by a swarm of bees....

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  • Dissecting Plants

    Published 29/04/20

    Last week (w.e. 24.04.20) children in school and at home took part in a science project which involved dissecting a tulip, daffodil or similar flower.

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  • World Book Day

    Published 06/03/20

    Thursday 5th March 2020 - Pupils were invited to come dressed as their favourite Mrs. Wordsmith word or their favourite book character.

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  • Lucy Frazer visit

    Published 28/02/20

    Lucy Frazer QC MP,  Member of Parliament for South East Cambridgeshire came to visit.

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  • KS1 Road Safety Session

    Published 14/02/20

    On Wednesday 12th February we were treated to a visit by two local PCSOs .

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  • STEM Day -10th February 2020

    Published 13/02/20

    Some of our Year 5 pupils attended a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) Day at King's Ely.

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  • Circus Skills workshop

    Published 06/02/20

    Year 1 pupils were invited to take part in a Circus Skills Workshop at Witchford Village College.

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  • Michael Recycle

    Published 24/01/20

     

    On Thursday 23rd January, pupils had a visit from Michael Recycle of the East Cambridgeshire Waste Team.

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  • Molly Men - January 2020

    Published 17/01/20

    The Molly Men visited school on Monday 13th January to keep the 500-year-old custom of Plough Monday - the ancient East Anglian folk tradition - alive.

    The ritual celebrates the start of the English agricultural year. The Molly Men demonstrated dances and the children and staff were invited to take part. It was a great deal of fun for all and helps to develop the children's interest in folklore and local traditions.

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  • Stone Age Day in years 3 and 4

    Published 15/01/20

    On Thursday, Years 3 and 4 were visited by the amazing Cathy Murphy from Gripping History. They took part in a variety of exciting activities, including bow and arrow shooting, spear throwing, role play and monolith making!

    A splendid time was had by all...

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  • Carol Concert

    Published 18/12/19

    Thank you to all the children and parents, and to the Venerable Hugh McCurdy for making our Carol service so successful. Especially well done to our readers, choir and soloist.

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