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Democracy in action!

During our first week back we were very interested to receive a visit from our Member of Parliament, Michelle Donelan.  She came to see the children in response to some letters they had sent her about plastic pollution in the area and across the planet.  She listened to the children's questions and made notes of some of their ideas.  She also explained what it is like to work in the Houses of Parliament. 

Parents' meeting:  Monday 17th September, 2:30

Do please come along to our introductory meeting.  It will be an opportunity for you to learn more about what life will be like for your child in Year 6. 

Parents' meeting 10th October 2018

Please come along after school today to find out more about this year's residential.  The residential is a very important part of the Year 6 experience and will do wonders for your child's confidence, so we strongly encourage you to come and find out more!

Applications for Secondary School places must be completed with Wiltshire Council by 31/10/18.

The Termly Frog 

A group of children in Year 6 have been involved in producing a school newspaper.  They have met during lunchtimes to plan the contents of the paper, go out and about in the school as 'journalists' and then writing up their articles.  The first edition of the paper was distributed to classes in the school in the last week of term.

End of term reflection

The children have worked very hard during Term 2, finding out about Fair Trade and the historical trade route known as the Silk Road.

They have also participated in our end of term Carol Concert at Ladyfield Church.  They all performed fantastically well and were super role models for the younger members of Key Stage Two.  Well done Rowling Group!