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A festive atmosphere was brought to Harlow when primary school children performed at the Bandstand. Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 pupils from Little Parndon Primary Academy gave a festive carol concert at , in the Town Park. https://t.co/t47HqupD5f https://t.co/W6QgDCNMnm


Children have been given a special passport to open the door to new life experiences. Every pupil at Little Parndon Primary Academy has their own Community Values Passport. https://t.co/ib1z51RfcK https://t.co/D1rLUGcMQE


We’re feeling festive at Parndon in the Park. https://t.co/ZIqzjXdqny


Young people took time out to honour the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. Pupils at Little Parndon Primary Academy dressed in red to represent the petals of a poppy, while members of staff wore black to become the centre of the symbol. https://t.co/z3C9ubUHx0 https://t.co/vNuMRQ8ShS


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Was wonderful to be there. Congratulations to staff and pupils of for such a beautiful new Library https://t.co/6drgr6ScwI


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What a line up for our ‘Leading School Improvement’ programme https://t.co/7qZsk6VwEx


Thank you for taking the time to visit Little Parndon today. The children loved talking to you and really appreciated your official opening of our new Library and Sensory room. https://t.co/K4tpGV8APC


The Top 5 super stars from each class had a fabulous afternoon making scarecrows, eating popcorn and watching a movie. Thank you to our wonderful FOLP. https://t.co/ZzIAl8JDu5


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Our new branded roll up banner is here - just in time for our and based fair. Join us at Harlow Study Centre CM186BW - Sat 13th Oct 1-6pm https://t.co/cLvGfUs8g0


we will be opening a vibrant new library at LPA at the start of the new academic year. We’d love it if you could help us open it officially?


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Aspiring Heads and Middle Leaders sweated it out at their last CPLD session of this academic year with Mrs Laing , Mr Collins and Ms Walsh this evening &LPie https://t.co/zP3TqLCS73


Thank you to the Little Parndon PTA, , staff and families for supporting our BBQ and Bounce today. The children are having a fantastic and safe time. https://t.co/Mr8vstuUwY


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Summer fete today 12-4pm. Lots of fun for all the family. Great work by the pta and staff. Please come along to support us. https://t.co/awDfA0IBYQ


Quickest changers in town! Bannister class love their PE lessons. https://t.co/diSaqigo9o


Science is alive! An amazing week organised by a very talented science leader. https://t.co/N9mbyw5qWA


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Dahlicious day at Little Parndon

Dahlicious day at Little Parndon

Posted: 29th September 2017

Book-lovers had a wonderfully Dahlicious day to kick-start a new term.

Pupils at Little Parndon Primary Academy dressed as their favourite Roald Dahl character as part of Roald Dahl Day.

The school restaurant even had a special menu following the theme which included Twits Beard Whiskers (gammon with noodles) served with Pickled Spines of Porcupines (rice).

The day is the latest inspirational event held each term to get pupils excited for the topics and lessons ahead.

Surprised pupils have previously arrived at school to discover a sink hole in the hall – a 3D interactive art installation – the Borrowers set up home and a giant egg appeared in the field to capture their attention and imaginations. They also held a WWII day where pupils dressed in costumes and attended their own D Day party.

Kirstie Clark, head of school, said: “These events are such a great way to inspire and motivate our children. They can see that learning is fun and that it isn’t just a focus on English and maths. Our themes run throughout every aspect of the curriculum and cater for all learners and their strengths.”

The latest event focused on a visit from the BFG who left behind various giant belongings for pupils to investigate.

Mrs Clark said: “Reading is a key focus for the school so having a day dedicated to such a fantastic author with each class reading one of his classic books will bring excitement into reading and encourage the children to want to read for pleasure. We find even those who are reluctant to read suddenly want to because they are dressed up and enthusiastic from the activity.”

Pupils wrote out their hopes and dreams for the year ahead and locked them away in glass jars to be added to through the year and opened next summer.

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