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December Newsletter

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The autumn term comes to a close on Friday 18th December at 3.15pm. Many congratulations to the Year 1 and Year 2 children for their fantastic performance of Baa Baa Bethlehem. The Christmas concert was a great success and it was great to see some fantastic performances from the choir and boom whackers. A big […]

Hall update

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Dear Parents As you are aware, some plaster came down from the ceiling in the school hall on Monday 21st September.  In order to keep children and staff safe we made the difficult decision to close the school on Tuesday 22nd September whilst we thoroughly investigated the situation. A structural engineer has assessed the situation […]

Back to School!

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Dear Parents, We are really looking forward to welcoming the children back to school on Wednesday 2nd September. A very warm welcome to the all the families who will be attending Plymouth Grove for the very first time. If you have seen the school over the summer holiday you will have noticed that the new school […]

July Newsletter

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Dear Parents, On Friday we will be saying goodbye to Mrs Molyneux who has taught the children at Plymouth Grove for over twenty eight years. All staff, pupils and parents  wish her all the very best in her retirement. We will really miss her. Sports Day will be on Thursday 16th July. Years 1,2 and […]

May 2015 Newsletter

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 May  2015  Newsletter Year 6 Sats tests Big congratulations to all the Year 6 children who worked so hard during the SATs tests this year. They have shown  great maturity in preparation for the tests and they can be very proud of the perseverance and determination they demonstrated. We are now looking forward to seeing […]

Bring a Pound day for Nepal

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Urgent Bring-A-Pound Day for Nepal on Friday 1st May 2015 As you may have seen in the news, a devastating earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday. Children are helpless and terrified as it toppled buildings and destroyed roads and infrastructure around the capital Kathmandu. More than 5000 people are reported to have died and 50,000 more […]

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