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October 2022

HDSF Cycling project

The school worked with HDSF to help prepare our children for level 1 and 2 Bikeability.

Children in year 5 and 6 came into school with their bike and helmet.  Luckily the HDSF had mechanics with them who could do any small repairs needed.

Each class took part in cycling skills on the playground with trained instructors and every child had a great time - even those children who had little exprience of riding a bike.  



For Harvest Festival this year we collected items for a local foodbank.  

We held a special assembly to thank everyone for their donations and then thought about the way our food donations can be distributed.

Mother Alice Jolley, the Vicar at St Benedict’s church and St Mary’s Apsley talked to the children in assembly and kindly distributed the food to members of the community.

The whole school understood the importance of Harvest Festival and the need to say thank you to everyone involved.

Black History Month

While black history is celebrated year-round, Black History Month is marked annually. It recognises and values the inspirational individuals and events that have shaped the black generation.

During Black History Month, we remember and celebrate the important people from the past and also those who contribute to and help our society today.  

Children learnt about the influential people in black history and focussed on inspirational quotes and achievements of both historic and modern-day people.

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