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  • Year 6 last week of primary school

    Published 10/07/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Have a look at all the photos of what we've been up to during the last week!

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  • Free JULY Activities for Y5 & 6

    Published 10/07/20, by Gemma King
    The Keyworth Young People's Centre and Keyworth United are working together to provide some FREE fun and active sessions on the Keyworth Rec during July. It would be a great chance for your children to mix with other Y5/6 pupils in the village wh
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  • Picnic update

    Published 10/07/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Please see below for update regarding the leavers' picnic.

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  • Learning map w/c 6th July

    Published 06/07/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Attached below is this week's learning map.

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  • Wellbeing Project!

    Published 04/07/20, by Gemma King
    Looking after our wellbeing is so important, now more than ever. Why not try some of these activities with your family at home? Don't forget to let us know how you get on.
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  • Learning map for next week and writing task

    Published 26/06/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Next week's learning map is attached below.

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  • Sex and relationships education

    Published 23/06/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Please find important information below regarding sex and relationships education for Year 6 this year.

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  • Important update

    Published 19/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    All schools can now bring more pupils back to school if staffing allows, pupil groups are no bigger than 15 (we call these groups of 15 pupils bubbles) and good hygiene measures are adhered to. These restrictions mean we can’t have more children back in school at the moment because the pupils attending from EYFS, Y1 and Y6 mean we are very nearly full.

    It is extremely important to us that children should not return after the summer having been out of school for 6 months. As such, we have devised a plan that gives every year group some time in school over the coming weeks to allow for transition to their next year group.

    Our updated plan does mean that children in Y6 will have their time in school reduced, but this is a compromise we felt we had to make in order to benefit as many children as possible. Consequently, Y6’s last day in school will be Friday 9th July. We will ensure their last week is a memorable ‘leaver’s week’ and that they have the opportunity to celebrate their time at KPNS.

    At the end of their time at KPNS, we hope the time the children have had in school has been enjoyable and helped get them ready for their next adventure at secondary school. We are immensely proud of the children and have loved having them back in school! For those children who haven’t been back in school, come back and see us when you can – we love you too!

    Our Keyworker provision will continue unchanged and we will also offer home learning until the 24th July. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

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  • Learning map for next week and writing task

    Published 17/06/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Next week's learning map is attached below.

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  • Virtual sports week!

    Published 15/06/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Miss Robinson has created a virtual sport challenge for you.

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  • Learning map W/C 15th June and writing challenge

    Published 11/06/20, by Kristen Hopwood

    Information on transition to secondary school, this week's writing challenge and next week's learning map.

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  • ICT Project - Comic Strip

    Published 09/06/20, by Carly Simpson

    New ICT project - Create your own comic strip!

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