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  • 04/11/22

    Emergency Call in Reception!

    This week in Reception, we have started a new topic learning all about emergency services. On Wednesday, we were so lucky to have two paramedics visit our school. Paramedic Tom and Paramedic Tilly brought an ambulance onto the playground and talked to us about their really important job. We all got...
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  • 22/07/22

    An Olympian Visits Our School

      At Willingham Primary School, Tuesday 19th July 2023 will be remembered for two reasons…the hottest day at school ever, and the day that a Team GB athlete came to visit us! Hopefully the children will remember in a positive way for the latter. James Dasaolu, the second fasted man...
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  • 22/07/22

    Our Wildlife Area

    Created back in March, the new wildlife pond in the 'Wild Area' has been a real magnet for wildlife. Some of the pupils have already had a chance to see frogs and newts develop! Recently, we added a greenhouse to the gardening section where Reception and eco-clubs have planted native wildflo...
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  • 08/07/22

    Thank You Community Fund!

    Our new playground markings were painted this week and they look amazing.  Thank you to the Community Fund from the Co-op for funding this wonderful addition to the school.  
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  • 20/06/22

    Honeypot Children Receive a Letter From The Queen!

    Last week, the children in Honeypot, received a thankyou card from the Queen, thanking them for their birthday card that they sent her.  The Honeypot children worked very hard, putting together a card for her celebrations and discussing her birthday and the jubilee...
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  • 17/06/22

    Willingham Voices At The O2

    On Monday 23rd May, 56 members of our choir travelled to the O2 arena in London to perform in a Young Voices concert. The months of preparation paid off, as the children sang their hearts out and danced their socks off to numbers such as Mambo Italiano, medleys from The Lion King and the Beatle...
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  • 27/05/22

    Cross Country

    Recently, we took two amazing teams of Year 6 children to complete in the Priory Junior School Cross-Country Championships in St Neots.  The children ran as relay in teams of 4 for a distance of 1200m each.  The boys’ team came in 29th out of 46 teams, with the girls coming an incred...
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  • 27/05/22

    A Fun Day At Wicken Fen

    On Monday, Reception classes visited Wicken Fen and took part in a variety of activities, such as pond dipping, mini-beast hunting and connecting to the wild.  The children found out about the fen and the nature reserve, by looking at artefacts and looking closely at the landscape and plants...
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  • 27/05/22

    Flowering Plants in Year 3/4

    This half term in Year 3/4, we have been learning about flowering plants. The children began by finding out about the functions of the roots, stem, leaves and flowers, before setting up some investigations into what conditions a broad bean needs to grow. Last week, the children were lucky enough to...
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  • 06/05/22

    Sprit Of The Games

    Recently, our Year 6 netball team competed in a tournament which was the culmination of the annual South Cambs Bee Netball League. They represented the school impeccably, approaching their games with enthusiasm and playing with a friendly and strongly competitive spirit. During all their matches the...
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  • 06/05/22

    Rocking The Stone Age

    In the last week of the Spring Term, the pupils in Years 1 and 2 performed their Stone Age play to live audiences. The children were amazing! Everyone in Year 2 had a speaking part and they all performed brilliantly with many of the pupils learning their lines off by heart. The play had it all with...
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  • 25/03/22

    Fantastic 'Pantastic'!

    This week, the children in Year 3 and 4 put on three wonderful performances of the play ‘Pantastic’, based on the novel, Peter Pan by J M Barrie. The play was fabulous, with drunken pirates, a jealous fairy, brave natives, a ticking crocodile and loveable Lost Boys, who were led by the b...
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