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  • 13th Sep

    Open Days

    Open days have taken place. If you would like to visit the school and talk to the Headteacher, please ring the school office on 01932 564094 to make an appointment.
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  • 18th Jun

    Good News for Max

    Max and Harry Stevens are in Ruby class and they are full of fun and energy. Their family are busy raising money to help buy specialist equipment that will help Max to walk. At the Christmas fair Mrs Theobald and family raised money by running a toy tombola stall and in March children came to school in their pyjamas. We raised £910 for Max and proudly presented it to his family in a special assembly last week. Good luck Max.                     
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  • 3rd Jun

    Dinosaurs come to Pyrcroft

    At the end of half term we were visited by some unexpected guests……….. Sophie the T Rex and her baby sister arrived in the school hall. The dinosaur keepers Gary and Lloyd taught us lots of interesting facts and even told us the dinosaur would eat one of the teachers if they misbehaved!!! As part of the International Primary Curriculum Year 3 explored the topic Footprints from the Past last term. For their exit point they took part in a workshop titled Life Long Ago. The children located and identified fossils from some of the most iconic dinosaurs of the past. Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops and a few other surprises were thrown in. The children learnt when each dinosaur lived, where they came from, what they ate and much more. Check out our photos in the gallery here
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  • 21st May

    Gardening Club going to Hampton Court Flower Show

    The Pyrcroft Grange Gardening club have been working extremely hard with Mrs Green and Miss O’Connor to build our very own scarecrow to enter into the RHS’ annual scarecrow competition. We spent the spring term designing and building ‘Scar the Lion’ to meet the set theme of Walk on the Wild side. Our scarecrow had to be no taller than 1.8 meters and include a 1 litre plant pot of flowers. As you can imagine, this has been a hard task to complete, but with some amazing team work (and a bit of help from Mr Green!) we finally entered. I am delighted to inform you that Pyrcroft has been selected and ‘Scar’ will be displayed at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show this July for all to see!
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