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‘Onesie Day’ for Diabetes UK

Onesie Day for Type 1 Diabetes is on Friday 12th February 2016. Children can come to school in onesies or in any non-uniform clothes, should they prefer. We will be collecting for the Diabetes UK charity.

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Who’s reading what?

"Pupils are far more likely to become keen readers if their teachers are enthusiastic and read regularly to them!"   At Inmans we are keen to read in the classroom. In the Foundation Stage we have been reading 'Funny ones', 'The Gingerbread Man' and looking at the...

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Intra-Sport Competition: Ochre Pod

Our second Intra-sport competition saw the Ochre Pod face each other in a handball knockout challenge. All teams worked incredibly hard! Congratulations to Mr Thompson’s class for their 1st place finish.

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Intra-Sport Competition: Green Pod

Our first Intra-sport competition saw the Green pod face each other in an orienteering challenge. All teams worked incredibly hard! Congratulations to Mr Lowe’s class for their 1st place finish.

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Remembrance Day 2015

In Flanders Fields In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place: and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the Dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,...

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Promoting British Values

At Inmans Primary we are keen to promote the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

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Enchanted Area

We are happy to announce the opening of the fantastic new Enchanted Area. Partly funded by FIS the garden was planned with the help of the children and was completed at the end of the summer term. Over the coming weeks all children will get the opportunity to spend...

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Strictly comes to Inmans

Strictly star Craig Revel-Horwood visited Inmans today. He spoke to KS2 about committing to sport & dance and the importance of never giving up. Two of the girls from Ochre Pod danced for Craig and he gave them both some great comments. They scored a... 9!!!

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Job Vacancies

Ochre Pod... we need your help.   We have vacancies for the following jobs: Drop Off Fruit Monitor Packed Lunch Trolley Play Leader Reader Leader Tech Support   What to do --> get a application form from your teacher and pass it to Mrs Fellows. Deadline: Monday 14th...

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A Spoonful of Sugar

Well done to everyone who is taking part in the end of year production of 'A Spoonful of Sugar'. The children performed twice on Tuesday 7th July and have a performance at 6pm on Wednesday 8th July and on Thursday 9th July at 1:30pm.   Photographs to follow...

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Rock Challenge Northern Final

Well done to all the members of the Rock Challenge team who took part in the Northern Final on Thursday 4th June, at Grimsby Auditorium. After winning the regional heat, the Rock Challenge team were able to deliver an even better performance...

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Passport Around the World

A big thank you to everyone who attended the 'Passport around the World' event on Monday 8th June. It was a huge success and everyone had a brilliant time travelling around the school exploring many different countries. Lots of varied activities and food were...

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Cook’s Special Seaside Menu

On Thursday 9th July, Inmans is getting into the summer spirit and having a special seaside themed lunch. See the "Oh I do like to be beside the seaside!" menu for further details. Hope to see you...

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Cricket Success!

Well done to the children who WON at the cricket competition at South Holderness Cricket Club yesterday. Stars of the future!!

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Spelling Bee

Children from Green Pod took part in a Spelling Bee on Friday 8th May. Expert spelling knowledge was put to the test in a competition in the hall and all children were involved in spelling related activities throughout the day. Well done to everyone who took part.

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Solar Eclipse

In the morning of 20th March, something very exciting happened. The air went cold, the sky went dark and the moon passed in front of the sun, resulting in a Solar Eclipse. Every child went outside and with a special pin-hole...

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Stonehenge with Biscuits 23rd January 2015

Children in Ochre Pod tried to create their own interpretations of Stone Henge. Various types of building materials were used, including crisps, biscuits and even Weetabix. Do you know what they made the real Stone Henge out...

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Young Voices 19th January 2015

On Monday 19th January singing club took part in Young Voices. Over 50 children went to Sheffield Motorpoint Arena and sang with over 4000 other school children. Young Voices is the largest schools choir concert in the...

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