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25/06/19

The children being musical today in the first of the music workshops that are taking place throughout this week with https://t.co/5mU7tqSN8j

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24/06/19

Children enjoying Star Club after school today https://t.co/aNWwgOw4M3

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21/06/19

Pixie children investigating our latest admissions. The class caterpillars have arrived and the children are very excited to see what they will turn into. https://t.co/RfaecYhsG9

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21/06/19

A fabulous turnout for our KS1 and KS2 Sports day today. Well done to all who took part and a big thank you to all of the organisers. Butterflies were the overall winners of KS1 and Eagles took the number one spot for KS2 https://t.co/5zSzyy4oSX

21/06/19

Get yourselves down to the amazing circus event on Saturday 6th July. Shows are at 1pm and 2.30pm - Tickets are selling fast! £6.50 each https://t.co/LYHx6JJeir

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21/06/19

Unicorn class preparing for Sports Day https://t.co/MN0cAfNe2p

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20/06/19

Sprites class read the story of 'The Bad Tempered Ladybird' and painted these lovely ladybird pebbles! https://t.co/YfNBrUqmO8

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20/06/19

Cooks Spinney afternoon nursery children showing off their running skills at Sports Day https://t.co/Lcia8WCNSj

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20/06/19

More pictures from year 6's final trip with Cooks Spinney. They all had a fantastic day out at Chatham Green https://t.co/FpTdj2jdFC

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20/06/19

Having fun at Chatham Green https://t.co/QB7FhDNgRC

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20/06/19

The rain stayed away and our morning Pixies had the chance to take part in their very first sports day! https://t.co/8ielTn4oBx

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20/06/19

Sparrowhawks have now moved on to pond dipping https://t.co/6PQ2C4DkKE

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20/06/19

Our year 6 daytrippers learning how to survive the great outdoors https://t.co/waUWvYQMHi

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20/06/19

Sparrowhawks den building today at Chatham Green Wilderness Foundation https://t.co/WkTOE3cdef

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19/06/19

Our Social Skills Intervention Group had the opportunity to enjoy a music workshop with this afternoon. The children had a blast interacting and expressing themselves through music https://t.co/qbW5OF3fdq

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19/06/19

Another fantastic visit by for our Nursery children today https://t.co/hK4M6tZ3j1

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19/06/19

Year one performed the final class assembly today for this academic year. What a great way to end the run of fantastic assemblies that we have had this year. Well done to all https://t.co/qOMv0XeKBl

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18/06/19

Cooks Spinney entered two teams for the tennis tournament at Harlow Tennis Club. One team came fifth and the other team won the tournament 7-3 after the game went to a tie-breaker against St Albans. https://t.co/YszTjmNi9r

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18/06/19

Year 3 had a roaring good time today. https://t.co/1b4AOaVygZ

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18/06/19

Come and join us at 3:15pm in the dining hall this Friday to purchase your wristbands for the inflatables at the summer fete, to buy some nearly new books and for information about joining the school's PTA. We'll see you there! https://t.co/96B7891W1H

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Free judo club for schoolchildren

Free judo club for schoolchildren

Posted: 16th May 2019

A free after-school sports club is giving youngsters an alternative to football.

Key Stage 2 pupils at Cooks Spinney Primary Academy are enjoying taking part in judo sessions each week.

All the kit the children need for the club are given to them free of charge to ensure it is accessible to all families.

Headteacher Neil Stirrat said: “The judo club adds a bit of variety to what our pupils can take part in and gives an alternative to those who may not want to play football. It is also giving them an opportunity to try something they may never have tried before. It teaches them discipline and strategy and is great for their fitness.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this free of charge as sports clubs outside of school can be too expensive for our families.”

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