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Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural learning.

Last week in assembly we learned about the Suffragettes. It is the 100th year anniversary of women getting the vote.

New Year Wishes at Henley Green

Henley Green…it’s our place to shine!

Miss Pagett's assembly introducing British Values

Miss Pagett's assembly introducing British Values 1
Miss Pagett's assembly introducing British Values 2
Miss Pagett's assembly introducing British Values 3
Miss Pagett's assembly introducing British Values 4

British Values at Henley Green Primary School

British Values at Henley Green Primary School 1 Year 1's British Values display
British Values at Henley Green Primary School 2 Nursery's display about British Values

Children in Need Day November 2017

This year we linked Anti-Bullying Week and Children in Need day. Throughout the week the school's Anti-Bullying Ambassadors (ABAs) have been running special events and selling blue ribbons to raise awareness around anti-bullying. For Children in Need day the ABAs asked the children to come to school wearing something blue. Here are some photos ...

Together we will remember.

This week in Little Acorns we have been learning all about poppies. We have had various activities out within the environment including: collaging and painting poppies, constructing our own poppies and also watching a short clip all about what the poppy symbolises. 

Celebrating Black History month in Little Acorns.

The children celebrated Black History month by tasting various foods from around the world. We tried: pineapple, papaya, mango, coconut flakes, rice, coconut, tiger bread and coconut milk. It was super yummy and interesting to try new foods we haven't had before! 

Exemplary Behaviour Assembly

Harvest Assembly

October Assemblies focus on Black History Month

Miss Pagett gave an assembly on courage and resilience using a wonderful story called "The Koala Who Could". Here are a few of the pictures from the story.

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