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All the latest news from Curwen Primary School

December 2023

  • 'Curwen Gets Creative!' Newsletter

    Published 19/12/23
    We’re sure you would agree that there are many benefits of learning to read and write, and understanding mathematics. You’d also likely be able to list many positives of learning about science and humanities subjects, such as history, geo
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  • Science Afternoon

    Published 15/12/23
    It was great to see so many parents back in school, following on from the success of last year’s science afternoon. The school was a hive of activity with children using their working scientific skills and enjoying showing their parents w
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  • Kindness Week 2023

    Published 14/12/23
    For Kindness Week this year, the children learnt about ‘Speaking up’ and the importance of communicating any concerns or worries they may have with adults who care about them. The importance of ‘speaking up’ was r
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  • Art Matters Online Exhibition 2023

    Published 08/12/23
    We've had a lot of amazing entries. Please click here to see all of them 
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  • Boys TTLT Christmas Cup

    Published 04/12/23

    Curwen competed at their seventh and final TTLT competition of the year on Friday 1st December as they travelled to Memorial Park for the TTLT Christmas Cup.

    There were 5 schools competing at the festival, with Curwen taking two teams of children to represent the school. Facing matches against Ranelagh, Kaizen, Earlham and North Beckton the boys played exceptionally well with one team managing to go unbeaten, ensuring they finished top of the group and came back to school with the TTLT Christmas Cup. 

    Well done to these children who represented the school amazingly: Ade (4GM), Anas (4GM), Benji (4GM), Aariz (4GM), Lucas (4GM), Harley (4GM), George (4GM), Barack (4G), Absar (4G), Aaron (4G), Benjamin (4G), Mohamed (4M), Ibrahim (4M), Joshua (4M), Alhaaz (4M), Shahir (4M), Rome (4M).

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  • Girls Tag Rugby Festival

    Published 01/12/23

    Curwen competed at their sixth TTLT competition of the year on Thursday 30th November as they travelled to Memorial Park for a girls Tag Rugby festival. 

    There were 9 schools and over 120 girls competing at the festival, with Curwen being placed alongside Sir John Heron, Ellen Wilkinson, Kaizen and Park in Group 1. The girls won their first two games 5-2 and 4-3 against Park and Ellen Wilkinson. They followed those results up with two close fought draws against Sir John Heron and Kaizen to make sure they collected silver medals.  

    Well done to these children who represented the school amazingly: Thalia (5C), Jasmine (5C), Aisha (5PB), Phoebe-Grace (5PB), Chanel (5CB), Selena (5CB), Kerene (5T), Acacia-Mae (5T), Aaminah (6R), Georgia-Marie (6K).



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