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12/12/18

So proud of Emma (From Mr Solomonides)

12/12/18

Good old fashioned Christmas crackers with novelty mustaches were a big hit! https://t.co/Ze30Me741M

12/12/18

Thank you to our talented catering team for a delicious Christmas Dinner and to our dedicated staff for serving the dinners and making sure pupils had a great time. https://t.co/xzEnO9tBrF

11/12/18

We received this cheque from the Stansted Airport Passenger Community Fund today. This is money passengers drop into the spinners at the airport- usually foreign currency. We bid for money for musical instruments & received £1243. The order is already in! https://t.co/jD5uNkAk0z

07/12/18

Oh it’s real!

07/12/18

Thank you to Reuben's family for talking to Year 1 all about this morning. Their talk inspired this pupil to make a menorah to hold the 8 candles. https://t.co/UlhzTkrQsb

07/12/18

Have a look at we have been up to 🕷️🐜 https://t.co/4qrRPHih4P

07/12/18

The last of our photos. Thank you so much to parents for their contribution. We could not have provided this experience without your support. https://t.co/tvg1WtxQwX

07/12/18

If a four year old can do it... https://t.co/umA2YNgKBd

07/12/18

Life isn't about going out of our comfort zone, it's about extending our comfort zone. https://t.co/GcLZbl9Rmn

07/12/18

There's a tarantula on my head! https://t.co/QU7gldHvA2

07/12/18

Bush tucker trial anyone? https://t.co/pWYMGGKPT7

07/12/18

Pupils in Reception had the I'm a Celebrity experience yesterday when they were visited by the . Read more about it in this week's newsletter. https://t.co/aIlUOt0eWz

05/12/18

Magna Carta Primary Academy Retweeted
WETSA

A series of four sessions to give teachers some strategies for improving their wellbeing - take part! https://t.co/xvTBWtaqQi

04/12/18

Magna Carta Primary Academy Retweeted
Robert Macfarlane

David Attenborough, today: “We are facing a manmade disaster of global scale, our greatest threat in 1000s of years: climate change. If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilisations & extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon.” https://t.co/ZC9koyUZ0d

04/12/18

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BBC

Meet the 11-year-old girl saving Lagos from waste. https://t.co/2jzxpNYvuy

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Moving Day

Moving Day

Posted: 6th September 2018

Children and parents packed up their former school to move into a brand-new building.

To help the young pupils of Magna Carta Primary Academy to understand the transition from the school’s former site to its new one next door, families were invited to help with moving day.

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 pupils of the school collected books and other equipment from their old classrooms and carried them into their new base.

Headteacher Marios Solomonides said: “We are very excited for the big move.

“We invited our families to come and take part in the move to help the young pupils to understand the old school is now empty and that this is where they will now come to school. When they arrive on the first day of term, they will not be shocked as they have now been here.

“Our families are so supportive; we have had an incredible turnout. They care about not just their own children, but everyone else’s children. They want good education for everyone.

“I could not wait to get started in our new building.”

Josh Curtis joins the school in Reception this year. His mum Angela, of Stansted, was keen for him to join the school because of its clubs before and after school. She said: “We both work in London, so that provision is a big thing for us.

“The new school building is amazing. I’m so impressed with the big windows; it will be really light. I like the outdoor space, too.”

Ellis Plunkett will join Josh in Reception. Dad Mark, of Stansted, said: “The new building is lovely. It’s nice to have new facilities available for the children. When we were choosing a school, we just preferred the feel of Magna Carta and the staff.”

Reception pupil Aggy and sister Dotty Mansworth, moving into Year 2, also had a look around their new school building. Mum Stacey, of Stansted, said: “We could not be happier. It has been a fantastic start for Dotty at Magna Carta and we have the same hopes for Aggy.

“The facilities were really good at the old site, but now they are outstanding. We are really excited for the children to move into the bigger space. It is great; it has been done beautifully, perfect. The children are excited.”

The school will hold an official opening ceremony later in the month.

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