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Take a look at everything that has been happening this week. Our Seasiders' winners have been photographed for the Gazette, everybody enjoyed The Unusual Adventures of Robin Hood performed by the Hobgoblin Theatre company and whilst this was going on some members of staff built a willow dome on the field. We are looking forward to watching it grow.



Remembrance Day 2019

Some of our Year Six pupils have been selling poppies and other Remembrance Day merchandise around school this week.

We have also created a piece of art work for the window of Take Your Pick which was delivered this morning by our Head Boy and Head Girl.

Remembrance Service 2019

Our choir and band performed beautifully at the Marine Hall on Monday Remembrance Day service. 

We received the following email of congratulations from Millfield School.

I just wanted to email you to congratulate you and your teachers on todays performance at the remembrance service at the Marine Hall. I know how much time, practise and dedication it takes to produce music and singing at that level - it was truly incredible! I could hear the audience around me talking about how wonderful (and talented) the children were, and I thought I would email you to pass on a 'well done'; they really were amazing.


Best wishes

Nicola Regan


Millfield Science and Performing Arts College

Tel:01253 865929 



Safer Internet Day 2020

Anti-Bullying Week Nov 2019

Anti-Bullying Week 2019



Small change. Big difference.

Whether it is verbal, physical, online or in-person, bullying has a significant impact on a child’s life well in to adulthood. By making small, simple changes, we can break this cycle and create a safe environment for everyone. Because together, we can challenge bullying. Change starts with a conversation. It starts with checking in. It starts with work together.

Change starts here.
Change starts now.
Change starts with us.


Thank you to class 4H and all the representatives from each class for a fantastic assembly.


If you want to know more about anti-bullying look on the ThinkUKnow website. 

The families at Clare's Family Activities Club enjoyed their last two weeks of arts and crafts! They've made mosaic coasters and also Summer bunting and they all look amazing! Thank you to the families for attending, we hope you've enjoyed yourselves :) Clare & Miss Mansell x

Week two of Clare's Family Activities with the theme of Summer was a success! The families baked 'Rainbow Cookies' and decorated biscuits too! Yummy!

Clare's Family Activities Club started again for the fifth time. This time our theme is 'Summer' and the families enjoyed an arts and crafts activity using paper plates.

This afternoon we had a visit from some ex Shakespeare children who are currently studying at Saint Aidan's. As part of their GCSE Art exam they had the task of delivering an art workshop to primary aged children. They brought along some of their own incredible art work and ran three art activities. They were a credit to Saint Aidan's school. They showed initiative, had great organisational skills, addressed the children politely and clearly and taught the children some interesting new skills. We would like to say a huge thank you to Hannah, Tom, Elise and Lana. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.

We're super proud of this years 'Gazette Young Seasiders' art competition entrants and winners. Well done to all the children who had their work entered and an extra special well done to the four overall winners Bella, Maisie, Alfie and Tilly. They will be attending the prize winning night at Blackpool Tower Circus. We also would like to congratulate our EYFS children for entering the group section with a beautifully crafted and HUGE wedding cake for Prince Harry and Megan. We love ART!

EYFS have started their weekly intergenerational project with Welbeck House. The children were a credit to our school and their families. Please see the EYFS CLASS PAGE for more information and photos.

Well done to Marley Johnson who was highly commended in the Primary School Pupil of The Year category for his fundraising efforts for the local railway. He received his award last night in a ceremony at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom.

Clare’s Family Activities Club - Christmas Group - week 3


Each week is a different activity and this week was Christmas Mosaic making. The families made Christmas coasters.  Thank you to the families, it was great fun!

Next week is Christmas crafts!

Clare’s Family Activities Club - Christmas  Group - Week 2


Each week is a different activity and this week was Christmas Cookery. The families made Christmas cookies and decorated Christmas gingerbread men. Thank you to the families, it was great fun!

Next week is Christmas mosaic!

Clare’s Family Activities Club - Christmas Group - Week 1


Each week is a different activity and this week was Christmas Arts and Crafts. The families made Christmas cards and Christmas bunting. Thank you to the families, it was great fun!

Next week is cookery!

Clare's Family Activities Club - Week 2 - Halloween Group


Each week is a different activity and this week was messy week. The families cut out a pumpkin and decorating gingerbread men for Halloween. What a laugh! Thank you to the families, it was great fun!
Next week is art & crafts!

Clare's Family Activities Club - Week 3 - Halloween Group

Art & craft week with the theme of autumn and Halloween.


Clare's Family Activities Club - Week 4 - Halloween Group

Cookery week