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Little Harrowden Community Primary School

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Tue Apr 01 @08:30 - 03:30PM
Year 4 to Edale
Wed Apr 02 @08:30 - 03:30PM
Year 4 to Edale
Fri Apr 04 @15:15 - 03:30PM
Break up for Easter holidays
Tue Apr 22
Staff training day
Tue Apr 22 @08:30 - 03:30PM
Staff Training Day
Wed Apr 23 @08:40 - 03:30PM
Children return to school from Easter holidays

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Welcome to Little Harrowden!

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At Little Harrowden, we are passionate about learning and aim for our children to grow as outstanding learners with the skills and confidence to take on whatever challenges the future may bring.

We provide a holistic education where importance is placed upon academic excellence as well as emotional, physical and ethical development. Our dedicated team of teachers and support staff provide a caring and challenging environment in which children thrive. Children at Little Harrowden are happy and their behaviour is excellent.

We have around 203 children on roll aged 4-11, with one class in each year. We are a vibrant, forward-thinking school and retain a village-school ethos with a strong sense of community – something which the school has proudly achieved for over 350 years.

 

Sport Relief Success

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sport reliefThe sun was shining on a fantastic Sport Relief 2014. All the children came to school in 'sporty' gear and set themselves the challenge to try to take part in as many sports as possible during the morning. I was incredibly proud of Katie (Year 6) and Nell(Year4) for having the idea in the first place and organising the event. I was also so impressed with the Year 6 children who ran the different sports sessions and made the morning so much fun for the rest of the school. They were organised, professional and enthusiastic and are a real credit to the school and their parents! I would also like to thank Dan, from Pacesetters, who introduced children to Rock-it ball.

Whilst it was great fun for the children, there is a more serious side to Sport Relief. There are millions of children across the world for whom life is incredibly tough. The money raised will go towards making their lives better and therefore my biggest thanks goes to all the sponsors who have supported this fantastic event.

Perhaps you might like to comment and tell the world which sport you liked taking part in most and why?

 

 

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