2 hours ago

Thorpe Hall School

Year 2 have been studying different styles of painting. Here are their 'Pablo Picasso' style portraits. ... See MoreSee Less

Year 2 have been studying different styles of painting. Here are their Pablo Picasso style portraits.

9 hours ago

Thorpe Hall School

The stairs are in and yesterday, Mr Turner and Mr Hampton had the chance to check out the view from the first and second floor of our new Sports Centre. Exciting! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Incredibly exciting !!!

Shame my daughter won’t be there to see it 😢

Looks like a giant lego set.

1 day ago

Thorpe Hall School

Year five were set a half term creative project with the theme of the Rain forests and Rivers. These are their amazing submissions. Some amazingly creative cakes and deforestation scenes. The children have learnt so much about looking after their world. A very big well done to them all. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Thorpe Hall School

To celebrate the Royal Wedding Lower School held their own wedding on the field followed by a picnic. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Fabulous photos.!

Too cute! 😍 Lovely pictures!

Beautiful pictures - a beautiful bride - what a lucky pair! Every reception girl’s dream !

Wonderful pictures too cute x

Great party time

Cute pics x

Fantastic

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5 days ago

Thorpe Hall School

A beautiful day for the Year 4 children to learn about the benefits of cycling. An enjoyable way to keep fit whilst reducing pollution. ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Thorpe Hall School

The Reception children were very excited to release their butterflies yesterday. They have watched 5 tiny caterpillars grow into large fat caterpillars. They then observed the caterpillars spin their cocoon before waiting patiently for them to emerge as beautiful butterflies. This activity marked the end of their Very Hungry Caterpillar topic. ... See MoreSee Less

The Reception children were very excited to release their butterflies yesterday. They have watched 5 tiny caterpillars grow into large fat caterpillars. They then observed the caterpillars spin their cocoon before waiting patiently for them to emerge as beautiful butterflies. This activity marked the end of their Very Hungry Caterpillar topic.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Awww this was lovely - Sofia hasn’t stopped talking about it

How lovely! Very hands on learning..... brilliant xx

What a lovely experience for them

1 week ago

Thorpe Hall School

A huge thank you to all our families who donated to GOSH'

"After a 3 hour long journey in my husbands big car, we arrived at GOSH

It was a very emotional day, they were so overwhelmed by all the donations, all of the toys, arts & crafts etc, plus £2000 in monetary gifts!!
Simply amazing."
Natalie Taylor
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A huge thank you to all our families who donated to GOSH

After a 3 hour long journey in my husbands big car, we arrived at GOSH 

It was a very emotional day, they were so overwhelmed by all the donations, all of the toys, arts & crafts etc, plus £2000 in monetary gifts!!
Simply amazing.
Natalie Taylor
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