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Whitewater CE Primary School

Whitewater CE Primary School


During the academic year, we publish a regular newsletter detailing exciting aspects of our learning, information for parents and guardians, important reminders and upcoming dates, as well as an update from our PTA.  Our newsletters can be found here

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  • 14/09/23

    New intake open sessions

    Thursday 17th October at 9:15am Wednesday 23rd October at 9:15am Tuesday 12th November at 1:15pm 
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  • 03/05/23

    Eco Council Environment Challenge

    Thank you to everyone who took part in our Easter challenge to create feeders and habitats for our birds and insects at Whitewater.
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  • 02/05/23

    Aspirations Day

    We held our first ‘Aspirations Day’ last week  where all the children were encouraged to dress as something they might like to be when they grow up.
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  • 14/03/23

    Ofsted rating - 'Good'

    Our journey back to 'Good' By Executive Head Teacher Mr. Glen Golding.
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  • 26/02/23

    Forest School makes Charcoal

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  • 28/01/23

    Forest School Cooking

    Cooking damper bread and sausages
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  • 10/12/22

    Forest School Warriors complete their 6 weeks!

    The first ever group of children at our new Forest school completed their six weeks on Friday.  Read more on our blog: /blog/?pid=248&nid=9
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  • 27/11/22

    Making Houses in the Woodland Walk

    Read what the children got up to this week in Forest School! 
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  • 04/11/22

    Forest School comes to Whitewater

    Visit our Forest School Blog  and see what the children did today at our very first session!
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  • 06/07/22

    Hedgehogs go to Ufton Court

    Hedgehog Class spent the day at Ufton Court at the end of June having a Roman Experience Day! A fun packed day including making soap, learning how to be a Roman Centurion and studying Roman items. In the afternoon they played some Roman games.   
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