Thank you everybody who sent in their pictures of their baking creations for VE Day. You really showed your creative flair and expertise. I hope they tasted as amazing as they looked!
If you are experiencing, or know others who are experiencing domestic abuse and sexual violence, please see the video in the link below for advice and support:
On the 30th April at 10 am, the Archbishop of Canterbury will be leading an assembly. If you would like to watch please visit the TES YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-gOKwgu5_g9Pm1YBMb5G_A
A huge thank you to our amazing Reception class children and families who have put together this wonderful collage about Covid 19 and how to protect the NHS.
We are all incredibly proud of their efforts and how they have come together to produce this outstanding message.
Thank you once again and we look forward to seeing you as soon as possible.
It has been a strange few days at Duloe over recent weeks with the Covid 19 crisis. Before the closure of schools, except for the children of key workers, understandably our attendance numbers have been down. This meant the school day changed a little bit and allowed the staff to do some activities in small groups that we would not normally be able to do.
During these difficult times, Reverend Chloe, who supports us greatly as a school, would like to let you all know she is still here to support our children and families. Reverend Chloe can help families in a variety of ways and signpost them to further support
You can contact Chloe using the details below:
Due to the restrictions related to covid-19, we brought our annual Easter Egg Hunt forward so the children didn't miss out on their chocolate treat! The staff and children would like to say a massive thank you to our wonderful PTFA who supplied all the chocolate eggs! It was an eggcellent event!
Class 1 have been developing their clay skills and techniques before creating their own farm animal sculptures. They were experimenting with different ways of changing the shape (making pinch pots) then they looked at different textures for farm animals and made clay tiles which showed these. Then tried out different ways to join the clay so that it was strong when made in to a sculpture
To celebrate British Science Week the children took part in different science sessions every afternoon. The children learnt about classifying animals and plants (Class 1 even have eggs incubating and tadpoles growing in their classroom). Class 3 had a great time learning about electrical circuits, with some children even being able to build their own radio!
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We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
Duloe Primary is closed. Looe Primary will act as our 'Hub' school. If you have any concerns or your circumstances change (Critical Worker or Vulnerable Child) contact me asap:
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