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Another sporty week here at school. the Year 5 football team are through to the U10s cup final, a first for any team at Naphill. Our Year 2 tennis stars came first in their Liaison tennis event; so well done to all those who have represented the school this week. Year 1 have been rehearsing their assembly which parents can […]
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On Tuesday 22nd May we will be fund raising for UNICEF. They are a children’s charity that vaccinates, educates and protects children who are in danger around the world. The day will be themed around Star wars, following on from our visit from Jez Allinson, a 2016/17 Guinness World Record holder who dresses as a Stormtrooper in marathons. If each […]
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Creative Talent at Naphill Year 5 are performing in Energize this week; Mrs Turner’s class are at the Wycombe Swan on Saturday and Mrs Clarke’s class performed on Thursday 15th. The staff and children have worked extremely hard and their performances reflect this – well done Year 5. Our musicians and choir are practising for Schools in Harmony and they […]
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We held our World Book Day events yesterday. The book character sock puppets that the children had made were brilliant and very imaginative. The children had a great time playing with them and using them to tell stories with. Throughout the day book tasting events were held, year groups read with each other and the children shared their love of […]
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This week saw the first of the basketball tournaments to be played amongst the schools in the Risborough Sports Partnership group. The Year 2s had a great afternoon and were proud to not only win their event but be awarded the Fair Play Award too! Big thank you to the team at Risborough School for organising this and the other […]
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Happy New Year from all those at Naphill & Walters Ash! We are now entering 2018 and that means a new term and new challenges for all years! Ks2, after doing a historical topic last year, will now focus on a non-historical topic. Whether that is geographical (like Y6’s river topic), a scientific subject (such as learning about Space like […]
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Well what a busy term! Our hockey and tag rugby teams did very well in their events; playing against other schools from our Liaison Group is such a good experience for the children and all the teams show real competitive spirit. Our choirs have sung at the RAF Church and Officers Mess and they loved the chocolate gifts they received […]
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Nearly the end of term and the last few weeks will be busy. Thank you to WANSA for the Christmas Fayre last Saturday; their work for the school is greatly appreciated by everyone. They also provided refreshments at the Christmas Carol concert last night – mince pies and carols, very festive. The two choirs, orchestra and various soloists were brilliant! […]
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On Friday 17th we fund-raised for Children in Need and are pleased to announce that it was a big success. All of the activities (mentioned in an earlier blog) were run effectively. One of these activities was each class finding spots hidden around the playground. Each class found every one of the 25 spots in the twenty minute slot and […]
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Last week was a very busy one. Key Stage 2 had a visit from Nicki Cochrane GB and Scotland’ women’s hockey goalkeeper. She helped Miss Allnutt with hockey club at lunchtime and then did a presentation and QnA session with all the KS2 children in the afternoon. Friday was all things Egyptian in Year 3 and the children looked great […]
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