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St Gabriel’s Maths Challenge – Year 4

On Monday, 30th January we visited St Gabriel’s for a maths challenge against about 25 schools. It was very exciting. Our favourite activity was doing the Sud...

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Art Scholarship to Radley

We are delighted to announce that Wilf Inglis has been awarded an Art Scholarship to Radley.  Having won a number of art competitions, including being a winne...

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Portals to the Past 2017

Lauren Makin from the company Portals to the Past gave us a thrilling experience of life in World War Two, our history topic this term. All boys in Year 3 were ...

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Lecture on the American Presidency

Mr Lexton gave the school a presentation about the 45th American presidency. This was a meaningful insight to an American’s view on the elections. He spoke ab...

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Chinese New Year Lunch

The team in the kitchen excelled themselves at lunch time today with their ‘Chinese New Year’ themed lunch.  The dining room was decorated beautifully ...

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The Newbury & District Agricultural Society

In our topic of Farming Year 1 enjoyed a thoroughly busy and fun-filled morning in a Breakfast Workshop with Jan Murray from The Newbury & District Agricult...

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House Cross Country

Bleak and bitter were the weather conditions for this year’s annual House Cross-Country Competition but this didn’t stop the boys rallying round and running...

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House Global Competition

All of the boys in years 3-8 took part in this year’s House Global Location Quiz. They had to learn the locations of various countries, cities and oceans on ...

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Berkshire 1st XI cricketers running the Wokingham Half Marathon

On 12th February, a group of Berkshire 1st XI cricketers (myself included) are running the Wokingham Half Marathon dressed up as superheroes in support of Build...

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General Knowledge Quiz

Before Christmas every boy sat a rather difficult and seemingly rather random General Knowledge test. Out of 100 the highest score in the entire school was only...

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