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So much happens at Scotts Park every day we couldn’t record it all!  However we update our twitter account regularly so please follow us (the link is at the top of our website) to get up to date news and events.   Here are a few:


Set up by children’s mental health charity Place2Be, who have an office here at Scotts Park, as well as other schools country-wide, the week shines a spotlight on the importance of children and young people’s mental health. This year’s theme is Find your Brave.  As part of this, Place2Be held an assembly to discuss when children have had to be brave and how it made them feel.


Scotts Park are in the Tate Britain!  As part of the exhibition Year 3 – A Portrait of London, last years Year 3 classes (now Year 4) had their class photos taken and they are now part of the display.  The picture here is one of many walls covered with class photos – it is huge!  The museum are able to tell you what section the photos are in (fortunately ours are easy to spot and at eye level!) or we can give directions!  It was a pleasure to see the children representing Scotts Park!  The exhibition will be there until May.





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Our tuck shop is now running.  On Tuesday and Friday mornings there will be an offering of a range of snacks from yoghurts to cucumber sticks!  Miss Whelton and Miss Gayle ran the stall this week at the front of the school and it was a great success!  It was lovely to see the children enjoying their snacks at break time.  

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Did you know a lion’s roar can be heard from 5 miles away?  These were some of the facts that our reception children told us when the whole school worked on the story “How to be a Lion” by Ed Vere.  With themes around friendship, diversity and uniqueness along with stereotypes we all learned the story of Leonard – a very special lion!  Each year from Reception up to Year 6 produced work around the book and the best was celebrated in a whole school assembly.  All the children were – quite rightly – proud of what they achieved and represented their year group amazingly.  Well done!