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With 3 teams in cup semi finals we have a busy few weeks. Our Year 6 Girls team play Werrington (Leek) on Thursday 28th, Year 8 boys play Kingsmead on Tuesday 2nd April and Year 7 boys will find out their opponents next week. Well...

Our First Tech Challenge team had a great day attempting to get their robot to destroy all the others! This has taken months of preparation and endeavour to even get on the start line. Well done to the whole team as the robot lasted the...

Get ready for tomorrow and get your dancing shoes on. It is non-uniform day with a £1 contribution. Please try and wear anything red and then bring an extra 50p to take part in the mass 'Just Dance' at lunch time. Be ready for the...

7.1 have been getting their teeth stuck into science week - preparations are ahead for the class competition. ...

Well done to the Year 6 girls football team with a brilliant 5-0 win in the county cup. A fantastic performance from the whole team with goals from Charlotte, Ella and Olivia....

All aboard! Our Year 7 raising aspirations group had a brilliant day at the Virgin Trains Talent Academy and were looked after from start to finish by the brilliant Mr Ant (Mac) McNevin. Thank you for all you did and the wonderful staff we met...

We did say we were well looked after. First Class train travel and enough food to keep them all quiet for a few mins, well until the fantastic buffet lunch! Thanks again Virgin Trains, you made some children feel very special today. ...

Choo choo, this train is ready for departure! Ever wondered what it is like to drive a multi million pound 11 carriage train into New street station? Well our Year 7 did exactly that whilst also experiencing all the other careers at the Talent Academy....

Some more pictures of the great costumes for world book day last week. Were you inspired and picked up a new book over the weekend? Well done to all the pupils who took part. ...

Lets not forget the staff who got fully involved as well. Mrs Edwards, Mrs Cartlidge and Miss Round all went for it. (many apologies if it was actual work attire!). ...