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Hi, we are the Year 6 Editorial  Team for 2018/19, we are Eleanor, Sara, Findlay and Shawn. Next term we will be posting updates and news on the website, so look out for these. We also write articles for the Naphill Gazette so you can read our articles there too.  
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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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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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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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This year, on Friday 17th November, the JLT have decided to take part in Children in Need! All children at Naphill and Walters Ash are in need of some pyjamas as, for a pound, we’re doing Bedtime at School! All members of the school (Teachers and TA’s included!) will dress up in their PJ’s to school. Furthermore, each teacher will choose a […]
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The new JLT has been announced! On Friday 15th September, the new JLT was declared. The students chosen were very surprised and were thrilled to find out who had been selected.   Here is a quick rundown of who is who and what they do: Head Girl & Boy: Bethany Brown and Alex Gold – They do rotas, organise events, […]
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On Friday 16th June the JRSO (Junior Road safety officers) have organised a “Bling your Scooter/ Bike” to school event. This is to encourage children to travel to school in a healthier way and to remind the children about “be safe be seen”. If your child has a scooter or bike then they can make it look fabulous at home with lights, sparkles, […]
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