Henry Bloom Noble Primary School

'Together we Learn and Grow'

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As a school we constantly focus on teaching and learning, our motto ‘Together we Learn and Grow’ is embedded in everything we do. We constantly strive for high standards in learning and work hard to ensure that the curriculum is both exciting, engaging and stimulating and we ensure that the pupils experience as broad a range of learning opportunities as possible.

We are a busy, lively school. There is always plenty going on and the atmosphere in the school certainly has a ‘buzz’. The pupils enjoy coming to school and participate fully in a wide range of activities. For the full picture please make an appointment to visit the school.

Blog (latest activity)

Wales 2018
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Everything is going really well and the children are having a great time. Miss Ellison has sent some photos of the children on Jacob's ladder. The smiles say it all. If you can't see your child don't worry, I can assure you they are all doing fantastically well.

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3FM
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The prize for winning World Book Day best costumes was a visit to 3FM to select and introduce the music with Tony James. Please click on the link to hear our pupils being DJs. https://www.dropbox.com/s/aa6yyqxm3czv75g/HBN%20Sc...

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Swimming Gala
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All of our team were tremendous and we were so proud. The team swam their hearts out and supported each other as well as swimmers from other schools. A special mention to Finlay on coming first in his race, an excellent achievement, well done.

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Chess Congress
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All of our team won at least one of their matches in very tense conditions. This was a great achievement. A big thanks to Mrs Halsall in running the club and organising the team.

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Easter Egg Hunt
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When the children arrived in school today there were large rabbit footprints everywhere! It could only mean one thing, the Easter Bunny had come to school and had hopefully delivered some Easter eggs. It was time for an egg hunt.

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