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15/07/19

Another super book donation from a generous parent. Thank you https://t.co/GCFf2VOypU

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15/07/19

Last but not least the final year 6 awards were handed out. Well done to all for your efforts and achievements through the year https://t.co/eCuAZyY9Lc

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15/07/19

Year 6 achievement awards were next, celebrating the academic and sporting achievements throughout the year https://t.co/5yYPUvpaTF

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15/07/19

Attendance awards followed with one child actually achieving 4 consecutive years with 100% attendance https://t.co/0cejDNneiM

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15/07/19

Sporting awards recognising achievements in a variety of team sports ranging from Judo to Tag Rugby https://t.co/PpvH3sKeXi

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15/07/19

The Junior Leadership Group receiving their certificates for their work throughout the year representing their peers in school matters https://t.co/Qww8iptqZD

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15/07/19

Children receiving the literacy kits kindly donated by The Book People through the charity United Way UK and packed by volunteers at Pitney Bowes https://t.co/gmuGA8CCfz

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12/07/19

Today Pixie class were able to release their butterflies https://t.co/zE9F7QC2yF

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12/07/19

The final fantastic performance of the year 6 Leavers’ Play https://t.co/6RZNXRvpF5

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10/07/19

We would love to see photos of you reading with your children. Please tweet your pictures to be in with a chance of winning a fantastic reading handbook and storybook with CD that you can share with your child. The first six photos tweeted will win so get tweeting https://t.co/q7b4Z9C0Mj

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10/07/19

The moment that Pixie class have been waiting for - the butterflies have emerged! https://t.co/f2kYFqlI9k

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10/07/19

Cooks Spinney Judo team finished 2nd in the annual judo competition held today at Kingsmoor Primary School. Fantastic effort by all https://t.co/VvNrYM2CoK

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09/07/19

The Reception children had a great time making ice cream from scratch last week. The flavours of choice were strawberry, chocolate chip or blueberry... they even shared some with Mr Stirrat! https://t.co/aoRjiD0RRM

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09/07/19

Then it was Unicorns class turn to test out their paper airplanes. Meter sticks were used to measure how far they went and to see whose went furthest. https://t.co/vmtf9qpMzy

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09/07/19

The children in Sprites were challenged to make a paper airplane today. They then tested them out on the playground. Well done to Evan for throwing his airplane the furthest distance! https://t.co/NFXKTFG33B

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09/07/19

A sneaky peak at the first dress rehearsal taking place right now of the Leavers’ Play https://t.co/YVpKqfmCjO

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09/07/19

Enjoying our pizza picnic! Thank you Pizza Express Harlow! https://t.co/MmHHIm0fOB

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09/07/19

Wolves pizza express adventure. https://t.co/jCtIFHDADy

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09/07/19

Cooks Spinney received 150 Literacy Kits from the national charity United Way Uk. Volunteers at Pitney Bowes spent all day packing the kits with fantastic books provided by The Book People https://t.co/C9TdmG5Dbb

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08/07/19

The summer reading challenge 2019 is about to take off! The children have all been given a Space Chase mission folder to get them started and can collect stickers from the local library for reading books of their choice through the holidays. https://t.co/9ggGdZ3C9k

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Teddy bear picnic for school topic

Teddy bear picnic for school topic

Posted: 8th May 2019

Children stepped into a fairytale world for their school topic.

Nursery and Reception children at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy attended a teddy bear picnic to celebrate the end of their topic on fairytales.

Children made their own sandwiches, took a teddy bear along for the lunch and went on a bear hunt in the school’s nature reserve.

As part of the topic, pupils looked at books including Goldilocks and The Three Bears, The Three Little Pigs, Little Red Riding Hood, The Gingerbread Man and Jack and The Bean Stalk.

Chloe Mead, nursery manager, said: “It has been a fantastic and exciting topic which the children have loved. It has involved lots of hands-on learning; we have cooked gingerbread and planted magic beans.

“The children have loved reading the books, as well as dressing up as different fairytale characters and retelling the stories.”

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