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  • 15/11/19

    Say No to Bullying

    Anti-Bullying Week happens in schools across England each November. We have been thinking about this year's theme 'Change Starts With Us' in our assemblies this week.  The week is co-ordinated across the country by the Anti-Bullying Alliance (https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.o...
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  • 08/11/19

    Peace and Remembrance

    This week we have been reflecting on 'what does peace look like, feel like and sound like?' alongside understanding more about why we hold a two-minute silence on Armistice Day on November 11th.  We learnt about the British Legion's message: Our red poppy is a symbol of bo...
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  • 18/10/19

    Packington Farm

    Year 3 have been to the farm...but it was so much more than just a farm! They had a wonderful morning meeting the animals, creating (and hiding in) dens, wandering through woodland, making boats from the natural environment and trying to make them float.  What a fab day! The wellies were wel...
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  • 11/10/19

    Safety First

    This week Year 5 went to the Fire Station for a morning on safety:  - online safety with the police - money safety with Natwest Money Sense - personal safety with St John's Ambulance - home and fire safety with the fire fighters We were the first school to use their new inter...
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  • 27/09/19

    An Alien has Landed...

    Year 5 have been investigating the strange sounds and appearance of a mysterious UFO this week. Something was spotted hovering over the school fields during the night earlier in the week. On Wednesday we were stunned to discover large pointed footprints leading to the mobile classroom. We followed t...
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  • 06/09/19

    Welcome Back!

    A very warm and joyful welcome to our new Y3 children and parents, and how lovely to see everyone else back happy and healthy after the summer holiday. It's been a wonderful week, with children coming to their lessons with enthusiasm and motivation to get better and succeed.  Our ne...
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  • 12/07/19

    Magnificent Music

    Music is a passion at TRJS and we really appreciate the value in learning an instrument. Our Year 3s learn to play the keyboard and our Year 5s each have ownership of a clarinet for the year to learn in school and practise at home. This week our music teacher Miss Williams put on a Musical Extravaga...
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  • 05/07/19

    Delicious and Nutricious

    Our budding chefs cooked up their most ambitious feast yet this week at Cookery Club: meatballs, burgers and fishcakes with pasta. Each Wednesday many exciting aromas have wafted through school. They have learnt so many cutting, peeling, chopping and mixing skills with Mrs Preston and Mrs Clark...
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  • 21/06/19

    Money money money!

    Next week is 'My Money Week' at TRJS. In our maths lessons, we will be talking about the role money plays in our lives, including where money comes from, how to keep track of and manage our money, and being a critical consumer.  Children will learn about interest, tax, loans, debit a...
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  • 14/06/19

    Let's Go Fly A Kite!

    Fly up, up and away with Year 4 this week...  Year 4's Design and Technology topic this term has been on researching, evaluating, designing and making a working kite. Today they dodged the rain and got out on the playground to fly their creations. Many were very successful and everyone h...
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  • 17/05/19

    The Circus is in Town

    Today at TRJS the Circus came to town! We all very much enjoyed the morning demonstration of tightrope walking and many other daring feats performed by clown Winston.  Year 6 then took on the challenge of learning some circus skills, including balancing feathers, twirling batons, throwing scarv...
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  • 10/05/19

    Sensory Garden

    Today we officially opened our Sensory Garden, created thanks to  a combination of funding from our own Friends Association and the generous donation from Barton and Dunstall Key Trust. Benches have been installed around the perimeter to create a feeling of enclosure, but also offer visiting...
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