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.


We are a forward thinking learning community that:

  • At all times focuses on the importance of education
  • Values every child as an individual and stakeholder
  • Recognises the individual needs of every child
  • Advocates and promotes aspiration for all in all areas of learning


  • Human potential has no boundaries and we embrace diversity
  • Education is a right and learning should be celebrated
  • Every person has a role in reducing barriers to learning
  • All of our community have responsibility to act as role models
  • Everyone has place in society and needs to learn to find that place

Blog (latest activity)

Community Support
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Before Christmas, team of Year 4s have raised over 136 pounds for Crossroads. Led by Zara Lace-Tunstall the group sold drinks and baked goods at the Year 3 and 4 Christmas Carol Evening. Megan and Maddison came to assembly today to collect the cheque. We are really proud of their community spirit.

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Badminton Competition 2022
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We recently took part in the inter-school badminton competition. The pupils played well and were great ambassadors for the school and sportsmanship. Thanks to Mrs Sayle for organising and coaching.

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Remembrance Assembly 2022
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On Friday, Year 5 led the school and parents in an assembly to mark Remembrance Day. We time travelled with them to previous conflicts so we can understand the sacrifices made by previous generations. They all did a fantastic job and everyone present learnt something about the importance of remembr…

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Good-bye Mrs McCubbin
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Before half term we said goodbye to one of our fabulous education support officers, Mrs McCubbin. Mrs McCubbin has supported many children in the 6 years she has worked here and we will miss her very much. We wish her luck in her new role at Ballakermeen.

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Grow Awards Autumn 2022
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We award Grow certificates every week pupils who have shown a GROW attitude to learning. They will: G - Show Grit in their learning by being resilient and trying hard even when things are tricky or go wrong. R - Take Risks in their learning by trying new things and challenging themselves. O - Be Op…

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Cricket Tournament
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Some Key Stage 2 children competed in a cricket tournament. They did so well and improved their skills in every game they played, showing great resilience and team work. Rainier stepped up to be team captain and he was brilliant!

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