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  • 30th Mar

    Proposal for school to reopen

    Dear Parents and Carers I am writing to outline the process by which we are going to organise our phased return to school. I apologise that this letter is detailed but making sure that we do this in a safe and controlled way is complicated. We are being guided by the Bourne Education Trust and all its schools are adopting the same model.  The Prime Minister has outlined some basic principles around which we have based our planning: Schools should prepare to begin to open for more children from (not on) 1st June The Government expects children in early years’...
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  • 30th Mar

    Science Week

    Science week at Pyrcroft Grange felt quite a bit different this year due to the school closures as a result of Covid-19. However, it has been equally successful as previous years due to the fantastic support and engagement from our amazing    school community. Teachers across the school set a range of engaging science activities linked to all areas of the school curriculum. Each year group was able to explore new science learning and investigations, alongside revisiting sticky knowledge  to recap previous science themes. There was a diverse range of STEM experiments and challenges from our Pyrcroft scientists, including inventing covid-19 detecting glasses to growing a colour rainbow for key workers, exploring capilla...
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  • 29th Mar

    Celebrating Home Learning

                                                
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  • 10th Dec

    WWII Visit from Ian Roberts

    Our World War Two Topic – A Visit from Ian Roberts Last Tuesday, we were very lucky to have someone come in called Ian, who was a specialist historian and who could tell us all about WWII. As we walked in to our hall there were many and various activities for us to complete. These included learning how to put out an incendiary bomb with a Redhill Box which was full of sand, learning how to use a stretcher correctly keeping our backs straight, handling real toys from WWII, learning how to use a special hose called a stirrup pump from the war to put out fires and lastly experiencing what it was like inside a real Anderson shelter. We had to work together in many of the workshops and we got to share all the different tools Ian brought. It was a really interesting experience and we know other year groups would love to do something like it again. While we were using the water pumps, a strange man (who we later learned was Ian in disguise) came to ask us what the bus number was and where the local bomb factory was. In fact,...
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  • 9th Nov

    Nursery Places September 2020

    We are taking applications for nursery places September 2020. Applications close January 15th 2020 and places will be allocated by the start of February 2020. We are holding two Open Days Tuesday 12th November and Thursday 21st November. Please ring the nursery office 01932 564094 if you would like to attend an open day or request a visit to the nursery. We are looking forward to welcoming new families into our friendly school community. Application Form 2020-2021
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