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  • 29/03/18

    Easter Hats

    Our annual Easter hat parade had to take place indoors this year because of heavy rain. However, the children thoroughly enjoyed showing off their creations and had a great deal of fun scrutinising everyone else's.
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  • 12/03/18

    World Book Day

    World Book Day was slightly delayed for us like many other schools this year, because of the snow. On the official date school was closed as several inches of snow had fallen and made it very difficult for most of us to get to school. However, we rescheduled to Friday 9th March and had a fantasti...
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  • 08/12/17

    All Around the World

    This year's christmas production, All Around the World, gave us an insight into how Christmas is celebrated in several countries around the World, ending in Bethlehem in the stable where Jesus was born.
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  • 05/12/17

    Christmas Fair

    This year's annual Christmas Fair was as usual a great success and enjoyed by all.
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  • 24/11/17

    Christmas Fair

    Christopher Batten to sponsor Christmas Fair
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  • 16/11/17

    Hedgehogs have been creating animations

    Hedgehogs have been creating some animation based on their reimaging of their Rama and Sita story.
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  • 09/10/17

    Harvest festival

    Not what you would expect form a Harvest Festival?
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  • 02/10/17

    County Councillor visit

    Janet Dover, our local Parish and County councillor visited Hayeswood to talk to the children about her role as a councillor.
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  • 29/09/17

    Rabbits visit Corfe Castle

    Our Rabbits class, Year 1 visited Corfe Castle as part of their topic on Castles.
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  • 28/09/17

    Year 3 at Stonehenge

    Year 3 had a fantastic time at Stonehenge this week.
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