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20/10/18

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BookTrust

Today we are wishing an exceedingly happy birthday to the legend that is - thank you so much for your truly wonderful stories ❤️ https://t.co/JS9sZe4os2

19/10/18

Congratulations to Willow for the highest attendance- 99.4%

17/10/18

We must raise children to not stigmatise mental health. https://t.co/EX13h8JM6e

17/10/18

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BMAT

Our new school building has officially been opened. Full story - https://t.co/PwmKPGNDW3 https://t.co/JZJCwR6ohN

14/10/18

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Mountfitchet Castle

Halloween at Mountfitchet Castle is fast approaching 20th October to 4th November - open from 10 a.m. everyday. Come and join in the fun. Family Fun for all ages. https://t.co/O5t0FYc7xB

14/10/18

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Sarah 💀🖤♿️

Please, please, pretty please stop saying ‘wheelchair bound’ or ‘confined to a wheelchair’. I am not chained to my wheelchair. I can sit in other seats. My wheelchair is freedom. Pass it on.

10/10/18

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Forest Hall School

Amazing work from our eco club after school today! Our students really are exceptional and go the extra mile! https://t.co/rwEnZuLGIr

09/10/18

Did you that know anyone who works in education can call a free helpline on 08000 562561. counsellors are there to listen in confidence 24/7. Please copy, paste and pass on (rather than sharing) on .

08/10/18

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Teaching School

Come talk to us Saturday 13th about train to teach opportunities with https://t.co/ZbQCtKQOvy

08/10/18

Thank you to the families who came to our Harvest Festival at St John’s Church this morning. Thanks to Reverend Paul and Curate Helen for being so welcoming to our school community.

08/10/18

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BMAT

We've relaunched our termly magazine. Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read the latest issue here - https://t.co/VvzQNalzNy https://t.co/XfJ6G3PmdY

07/10/18

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Sport England

Parents play such a key role in supporting children to take part in sport and be active. Thank you https://t.co/6BkQlXeBsx https://t.co/ODrB8I8RAB

05/10/18

Congratulations to Aspen for 100% attendance this week.

05/10/18

Thank you to Mrs Avey for leading a phonics workshop this evening, and thank you to all the parents who came.

05/10/18

Reading Reconsidered by Doug Lemov et al

05/10/18

Have a great weekend.... https://t.co/7tQPeKlb2O

03/10/18

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Tom Bennett

If an advert could solve recruitment, this would be the one. Best campaign I’ve seen in years. And demonstrates beautifully the value of teaching. https://t.co/RsgJpbRx4p

02/10/18

DANCE CLUB IS CANCELLED Unfortunately the dance club has had to be cancelled today. Please pick your children up at normal finishing time if they are not going to after school club. Thank you for understanding.

30/09/18

Here’s an example of the kind of parents we have. At a meeting this week, the parent brought biscuits AND helped make the teas and coffees!

30/09/18

Tomorrow's assembly is all about kindness. We will watch this video and learn that kindness doesn't have to cost anything but a little thought for others. Watch it and see what you think. https://t.co/jYA8KyRO4X

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Dads and grandads go back to school

Dads and grandads go back to school

Posted: 25th June 2018

Pupils are looking much older these days…

Children at Magna Carta Primary Academy were excited to mark Father’s Day by taking their dads and grandads into school with them.

A morning was spent learning new skills, reading and sharing hobbies together.

Headteacher Marios Solomonides said: “We invited our pupils’ male relatives to come in and spend time with the children, sharing their hobbies, skills and talents with their children’s class.

“We thought it would be nice for them to come in and share new experiences, to show the children that their dads and grandads value their education and to welcome the male relatives into school. It was also a way to show our pupils how easy it can be to spend quality time together with their families, without needing technology or necessarily going anywhere.

“The children were beaming when their dads were showing their classmates something new.

“Our visitors were all brilliant and it was a lovely occasion.”

Dads and grandads taught children how to make paper aeroplanes, talked to them about hobbies such as model making and cycling and discussed careers such as firefighting.

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