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  • 30/04/21

    Don Hanson Charitable foundation Essay competition success

    Congratulations to Thomas Harding Junior School who entered a national essay writing competition before Christmas with the Don Hanson Charitable foundation.
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  • 26/04/21

    Spring Family Champion Quality Standard Success

    During the Spring Term the School Improvement Team at Oxford Diocesan Bucks Schools Trust were thrilled to be able to award Christ the Sower Ecumenical School GOLD in their Family Champion Quality Standard.
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  • 23/04/21

    Brilliant Bugs

    On Monday, Maples class at Great Horwood CE School had the best insect day ever in the conservation area.
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  • 30/03/21

    ODBST Spring Newsletter

    Oxford Diocesan Bucks Schools Trust are proud to present Issue 1 of  their termly newsletter.
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  • 26/03/21

    After the Fall

    Curzon based their first week of full return to school on a book called After the Fall. This is about Humpty Dumpty showing the courage to try again after he fell off the wall. They talked about    resilience and how we can come back stronger from adversity. The children did art work...
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  • 17/03/21

    Woodside Poetry Extravaganza!

    We are thrilled to share with you poems written by our Woodside Year 6 children during lockdown. Poems are based on their World War 2 topic. 
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  • 04/03/21

    Happy World Book Day

    Today is world book day and our schools have really been getting into the spirit with loads of wonderful costumes and fun activities.
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  • 01/03/21

    What have our schools been up to during lockdown?

    This week Curzon CE combined School have been running an inventions theme.
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  • 04/12/20

    Together we can through Volunteering

    The UN have announced the theme of this years International Volunteer day on the 5th December, "Together we can". International volunteer day is an international observance that was mandated by the UN General Assembly in 1985. The day is an opportunity for us all to promote and appreciate...
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  • 10/09/20

    Mysterious Crop Circle Appears at Moat Farm

    The crop circle was the brain child of Weetabix to illustrate how they are committed to only wheat produced within 50 miles of its factory based in Northamptonshire.
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  • 03/06/20

    Looking to the Rainbow

    Looking to the Rainbow is a new song, penned by Nick and Becky Drake with the intention of schools preforming the piece during the Covid-19 breakout and subsequent lock down, either at home in isolation or at school with the children of key workers. 
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  • 07/05/20

    A Flat Lay 'Hopeful' and 'Grateful' Project

    At the moment, life is very strange. We are spending lots more time indoors and it can be hard to find enough things to do. However, pupils at Thomas Harding Junior have been reminded  that this will not last forever!
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