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24/01/20

Congratulations to Aspen for 100% attendance this week.

23/01/20

One in four children 'has too little sleep' https://t.co/Yjk5Qbam0t

23/01/20

Hear! Hear! https://t.co/4LETHjvlse

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23/01/20

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The Royal Family

“The Holocaust must never be allowed to become simply a fact of history: we must never cease to be appalled, nor moved by the testimony of those who lived through it. Their experience must always educate, and guide, and warn us.” - The Prince of Wales, World Holocaust Forum. https://t.co/mNlatjbZI2

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23/01/20

In Story Assembly this morning, Years 1 and 2 heard the story of a sea turtle who swallowed lots of plastic believing it to be fish. Children came up with lots of ways to reduce our use of plastic. ⁦ https://t.co/ire7a8kDpp

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22/01/20

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Emily Charlotte

Spent my morning visiting yesterday. Isn’t this just the most beautiful bookshop you’ve ever seen? https://t.co/fJ3Nm5TYlI

22/01/20

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The Royal Family

Yesterday, The Duchess of Cambridge launched an online survey which will provide vital new insights into the UK's thoughts and concerns on raising young children. https://t.co/zDixfAwjj3

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22/01/20

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Kensington Palace

In Cardiff The Duchess of Cambridge joined a baby sensory class at to hear about the support that parents receive, and to talk about the on the Under 5s 📋 https://t.co/M9QFpx2LK8

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22/01/20

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BookTrust

We couldn’t agree more with the Duchess of Cambridge about the importance of the early years! That’s why our programme gives free books to children at two key points between the ages of 0-5 ❤️ https://t.co/WDHpVSGMTE https://t.co/ThUgYoWpk4

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22/01/20

Year 1 have written cards to Mrs Clausen’s dog Fred- in Spanish. We are all excited for Fred’s first visit next week. https://t.co/FnAytpxwUw

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20/01/20

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The Female Lead

"People will say to me, 'You've played so many strong women' and I'll say 'Have you ever said to a man, 'You've played so many strong men?'" https://t.co/EKmYaBUsHD

18/01/20

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NHS

How do you look after your mental health? Get an action plan and advice from

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16/01/20

In PSHE, Year 2 pupils eagerly discussed scenarios which they identified as unsafe such as crossing roads and playing near water. They also thought of ways to make these scenarios safer. https://t.co/4gP9kwzFpV

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16/01/20

In Maths in Year 2, pupils have been looking at multiple representations of multiplication including using arrays and applying different methods to solve a problem. https://t.co/y6GUT71Yfj

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16/01/20

In English in Year2 pupils have been exploring the magic ability of 'the girl's’ magic finger in Roald Dahl’s classic.They have used their imagination and came up with ideas for their own magic finger powers and role played its abilities to each other. https://t.co/cuSL0oqusY

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15/01/20

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Mountfitchet Castle

It is the middle of January already and we will be open again for the 2020 season in two months time 😀 We are all really excited for the new season with lots of new additions ….. watch this space ! In the meantime here is a did you know ... more follows.... https://t.co/mXIcJjLX8p

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15/01/20

Thank you to Mrs Gregory who brought her gorgeous dog to meet Aspen this morning. https://t.co/w5fzBLXfq6

14/01/20

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DfE

Tomorrow is the deadline for parents to apply for places at primary schools – read more on our media blog. https://t.co/Va4QmgJUU6

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14/01/20

Year 1 have been learning about Degas' Little Dancer. She had to pose for 8 hours & pupils thought that was easy. After posing for a few seconds, they soon realised how difficult it must have been. https://t.co/69NmQnpuLa

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12/01/20

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Literacy Trust

The rhythms and repetitive language of nursery rhymes make it easier for babies to learn language skills. Try out our library of songs and rhymes: https://t.co/wndYSbu2lp https://t.co/qIEzp5vqVT

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Anti-bullying week

Anti-bullying week

Posted: 19th November 2019

A week dedicated to the anti-bullying message saw young children explore their differences.

During Anti-bullying Week, pupils at Magna Carta Primary Academy learnt the definition of bullying, who they can go to for support, which behaviours are friendly and unfriendly and how to promote a happy and safe school environment.

Children were also reminded of the STOP initiative where if they are hurt Several Times On Purpose, they should Start Telling Other People.

Year 2 adopted a Change Starts With Us initiative where pupils add a classmate’s name to a wall to acknowledge they have shown kindness.

The whole school also took part in Odd Socks Day, giving an opportunity to highlight and celebrate differences between them.

Headteacher Marios Solomonides said: “We started the week with a remembrance assembly where we spoke about why we remember people who fought in wars. We spoke about it being our duty to do everything we can to make the world more peaceful, one person at a time.

“By wearing odd socks, we are showing each other that we are all different. We compared our socks and then compared the colour of the skin on our arms. The children realised even if they think they have got the same skin colour as the next person, they have not. It is about celebrating difference and learning about each other. If everyone did that, we would not have wars.

“But, we also shared the message that we should respect those who go to war as they are doing it for us.”

Donations from the odd sock day are being put towards buying a friendship bench for the school.

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