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  • Keyworth Primary on Birdwatch!

    Published 13/01/19, by Gemma King

    Making our pinecone bird feeders. 

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  • Cross Country Star!

    Published 11/01/19, by Sara Lindley

    At a recent competition one of our youngest children competed against lots and lots of older children and was able to gain a place in the top 40! Take a look at her proud face above!

    We will be keeping a close eye on our up and coming cross country star in the future.

    If you want to become a cross country runner too .... why not join Miss Robinson's starting soon in February.

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  • Merriment at Morrisons!

    Published 13/12/18, by Sara Lindley

    On Tuesday 11th December a grand total of 41 children from our school were given the opportunity to serenade the fabulous customers at Morrisons.

    Singing a mixture of old and new carols this very talented bunch were able to raise funds for our school gardening club. We have a few expert fundraisers who attracted the attention of the passers by and helped us to raise a MASSIVE total of £254.00!

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  • A Thank You Card for the CHoir

    Published 10/12/18, by Sara Lindley

    Last week the KPNS School Choir sang at the Centenary Lounge for the Thursday Friendship Group.

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  • Centenary Lounge Sing Song

    Published 06/12/18, by Sara Lindley

    Another great turn out for our school choir. 38 children strolled over to the Centenary Lounge this afternoon to entertain the older generation of Keyworth residents

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  • Gymnastic Magpies

    Published 30/11/18, by Sara Lindley

    The focus for the Magpie class has been gymnastics this term.

     

    Take a look at some of their interesting balances.

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  • Keyworth Choir

    Published 22/11/18, by Sara Lindley

    This year we are going to have a traditional Christmas sing song helped along by our very own Keyworth Primary Choir.

    We have lots of visits out of school within the local community and have a fantastic response so far  from children wanting to be part of the choir.

    On Saturday 1st Dec we will be singing at the Keyworth Christmas lights switch on in the village square at 2:30pm.

    On Thursday 6th December we are going to entertain the elderly community in the Centenary Lounge at 2:30pm

    On Tuesday 11th December we are going to entertain the customers at Morrisons between 10am and 11:45am!

    On Friday 14th December we will be opening our very own school fair with a sing song at 4pm.

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  • Little Athletes

    Published 09/11/18, by Admin

    A photo of our fantastic little Year 2 athletes who went to Rushcliffe School yesterday to compete in a mini indoor athletic event.

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  • Picasso comes to keyworth!

    Published 17/10/18, by Helen Holmes

    Using this picture created by Picasso, the children In Year 6 were inspired to make their own Picasso style pictures. Miss Peck is really impressed with them and we hope you are too!

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  • Harvest Time!

    Published 12/10/18, by Gemma King

     

     

     

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  • Bat Night at KPNS!

    Published 06/10/18, by Gemma King

    Hanging around and listening for bats!

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  • Recorder Club

    Published 21/09/18, by Peter Cresswell

           

    RECORDER CLUB: Exciting news for children in Year 1&2, September 2018

    We are delighted to announce that from September 2018 children in Years 1 & 2 will have the opportunity to join ‘The Recorder Club’ by Rattle and Roll.

    Rattle and Roll are a Nottingham based business who enrich the learning of Primary School children through music, dance and drama. They introduced ‘Recorder Club’ to Primary Schools five years ago and they now teach over 800 children the recorder across the East Midlands.

    The Recorder Club is a fun, exciting way for your child to learn and succeed in playing their first instrument.  The descant recorder is the perfect introduction to reading music. It’s easy to hold and play for young children, affordable and promotes confidence and enjoyment of music.  It also provides the best foundation for moving on to learn other musical instruments as your child progresses through school.

    The classes are open to all and children regularly take part in a concert for parents to show off their new ability, develop performance skills and to add a real sense of purpose to their lessons (and practice!). Each lesson will cost £4.20 per child and will be payable in advance per term.

    All children will need an Aulos descant recorder and starter book.  These are available for purchase via our website shop and orders will be brought to your child’s first lesson.  If you already have an Aulos recorder then your child will only need the book. There is also an optional music note book bag to keep everything in.

    Places will be limited in number so if you would like your child to take part please go to www.rattleandrollperformance.com to book your place. You can find the class by selecting Recorder Club and searching for your school via the location drop down box. You can then book your child’s place for September 2018. Bookings will be confirmed by email and tuition day will be confirmed prior to the start of term.

    Thank you and best wishes,

     

     

    Nicky Pearce                                                                                                                                        

    Rattle and Roll Performance

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