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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 22nd January 2021

    Published 21/01/21

    Here is this week's virtual! Mr Hughes will be sharing more amazing work from Seesaw and other interesting things that are going on at Aldersbrook. Also, who will win the attendance cup? Keep an eye out each week for new uploads. You can watch this week's assembly here. Enjoy!

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  • Virtual Assembly Friday 15th January 2021

    Published 15/01/21

    This year's FIRST virtual assembly is here! Mr Hughes will be sharing amazing work from Seesaw and other interesting things that are going on at Aldersbrook. Also, who will win the attendance cup? Keep an eye out each week for new uploads. You can watch this week's assembly here. Enjoy!

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    Published 17/12/20

    On Monday, 9th March 2020 our boys football team went to represent  Leyton Orient FC in the League 2 South Regional finals of the EFL Kids Cup at Swindon Town FC.  We played 5 games in the group stages; and qualified for the semi finals against Cheltenham FC.  The game finished 1-1 after extra time and we won the penalty shootout 2 - 0. The final was against the host Swindon Town FC for the chance to play in the famous Wembley turf.  The game ended 1 -1 after extra time.  The match was going to be decided by a penalty shootout. Our boys  didn't bulk under pressure and won the shootout 3 -1 to reach the finals. We will now play the winner of the League 2 North Regional winners. We as school are very proud of  the boys football team and Mr Hussain for this fantastic achievement. We wish them all the best  for the finals in May.


    Team as follows from left to right: Zion, Louis F, Louis R, Josh, Rhyan, Ryan, Levi and Cyrus


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  • The Book Fair is back! 2nd- 7th December 2020

    Published 18/11/20

    The Book Fair is back but not as we know it! We are pleased to share that we will be having the Book Fair visit Aldersbrook from the 2nd- 7th December 2020. Unfortunately, due to current circumstances, we have had to adapt how the Book Fair will be ran.


    How will it work?


    All children will be sent home with an order from. Parents/Carers will be emailed a pre browse catalogue of all the books that will available. 


    If you would like to order a book, you will need to complete the order form, pay via the phone number on the sheet and then return the form to your child's class teacher. All order forms will need to be returned by Monday 30th November.


    The book/s will then be given to your child to take home ( This may take up to a week whilst all orders are processed so please be patient).


    Unfortunately, we will not be allowed to let adults/children look at the books in school like usual so please spend time looking at them with your child using the pre browse catalogue which is attached below.


    Thank you for your continued support.


    Miss Warwick- Baker

    Reading Leader

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  • Key Stage 2 SATs Information 2021

    Published 30/09/20
    Key Stage 2 SATs take place nationally in the week commencing 10th May 2021
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  • Virtual Assembly - Friday 17th July 2020

    Published 17/07/20

    The FINAL Virtual Assembly of the year presented by a special, but not so fabulous, guest host. Final examples of good work, updates from school and the attendance cup. Has anyone seen Mr Hughes?

    UPDATE: 16:00 (17.07.20) Trunchbull really did have the last laugh and managed to cut the end off the video. However, that's all resolved now and she's in the Chokey. The video has been fixed. So, if you didn't see the final 3 minutes, go back and watch it. It is worth the wait.


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  • Returning to School

    Published 05/06/20

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  • Teachers Read Stories in Kitchens

    Published 26/04/20

    We thought it a good idea that children continue to hear stories from familiar faces, so we created 'Teachers Read Stories in Kitchens'. Guide yourself through the videos: there's even one from a rival Head Teacher! We hope you enjoy!


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  • Home Learning Gallery

    Published 24/04/20


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  • Getty Artwork Recreation Challenge

    Published 22/04/20

    I know that it is Easter holidays and many of you are having a well-deserved break but we thought we would send out some information about a great Art challenge that you may want to take part in while we are all on lockdown if you wanted a fun way to fill in some time and learn about Art! Despite museums closing their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a chance for your child/ren to feel artistically inspired from the comfort of their homes.

    Last week, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles sent out a tweet asking individuals self-isolating at home to recreate their favourite pieces of artwork. But there’s a catch: Pupils had to make their masterpieces using everyday household items. In other words, pretty much anything goes! Artists can select images from the Getty’s online photo archive, which contains two million images from the museum’s massive collection of paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures.



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  • EEF Home Reading Tips

    Published 22/04/20

    The EEF have provided some tips for reading at home with children. Read more here.

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