Henry Bloom Noble Primary School

'Together we Learn and Grow'

Hockey Competiton
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We entered two teams into this competition. Both teams thoroughly enjoyed the experience and all played with enthusiasm and for each other. Out first team won all but one of their matches and drew the other and lost out on going through to the finals by the number of goals they scores. A fantastic…

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Computer Bus
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Mr Townsend arrived at school with his Computer Bus to teach the children in Y6 all about using green screen techniques to make films. The pupils loved the experience and the work they produced was excellent.

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Christmas Carol Service
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The pupils in years 5 and 6 performed a traditional Carol Service at St Georges' Church yesterday. The atmosphere in the church was perfect, all warm and Christmassy. Well done everyone!

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'Born in a Barn'
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The children from Reception and years 1 & 2 put on a great show. They sang, danced and signed with confidence, they also looked like they were enjoying themselves. Well done everyone!

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Eden Francis, Olympic Athlete, visits our school
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Sports for Champions - 'Inspiring The Children Of Today To Become The Champions Of Tomorrow!' Their aim - to support our athletes financially and provide them with a platform where they can inspire the next generation to get involved in sport and show the participants of our events the doors that t…

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Ahaargh!
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The pirate Norwegian band Ahaargh! played in our school assembly on Monday. They were ably supported by the HBN brass ensemble and the audience loved every minute. Thank you Mr Brookes, you shall get paid in pieces of eight.

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Inside out back to front day
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Lydia in year six organised an 'inside out back to front day'. She organised the whole event with a little help from her friends. They produced posters, judged the winners and most importantly raised £267 for Rebecca House. Thank you Lydia.

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