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  • 23/07/18

    Farewell Badgers

      Badgers, our Year 4 children went out in style by doing a superb performance to their parents. They showed many aspects of things that they have learnt during the year, including some excellent song and dance routines from Oliver. They each spoke about their favourite memories of their tim...
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  • 16/07/18

    Road Safety

    Dorset Police came in to talk to the children about keeping themselves safe on the roads.
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  • 02/07/18

    Anxiety Event

    Anxiety Event at St Michael's Middle School
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  • 18/05/18

    Results of the Parent Survey

    In April we sent out a survey to parents to capture their views of our school, whether or not they are happy with the provision for their child and what they would like to see developed. we aslo wanted to hear what they think we do well. We had 53 responses and were very pleased at the extremely pos...
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  • 17/05/18

    Multi Skills Festival

    Three teams compete at Hayeswood multiskills morning! On Friday 4th May, our Year 1 children were joined by the Year 1 classes from Colehill First School and St John’s First School for a Multiskills Festival. Our EYFS leader who also leads P.E in our school organised the event and the...
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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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