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Year 4 and 5 had a great time experiencing stories in French 🇫🇷👸🏼🐻🐻🐻


Today we launched our Primary MFL week, there are many amazing things planned for the week. Here is Year 2 enjoying the flag hunt this afternoon! 🇫🇷🇳🇱🇪🇸🌎


Primary are really looking forward to MFL Week next week, we will be sharing lots of pictures of what we get up to throughout the week! 🇫🇷🇰🇷🇹🇷🇪🇸🇵🇹🇳🇱🇲🇨


Year 6 visited Diagon Alley with Ms Toms-Mann in the library.


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Yr.6 hard at work independently investigating how to calculate the total interior angles of a polygon!


Year 6 have had the pleasure of listening to the next chapter of Harry Potter read to them by Mrs Toms-Mann! They are captivated by the story 🪄📖⚡️


Just a sneak peek into our magical day. We began with a screen play lesson and then moved on to our tour. The children were fantastic and were fully immersed in the whole experience.


Year 6 are just leaving Warner Bros. Studios. A fantastic day for all!


Year 6 have arrived!! We are all excited for our lesson and tour.


It was great to see all of the primary phase back in school today! It is also lovely to see all of their smiling faces ready for the new term ahead 😁✏️📝


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A happy and healthy New Year to the Scholars' Education Trust community, wishing you a prosperous 2022


It was so lovely to share the Year 2 Christingle service with the whole primary phase on Friday. A big thank you to Chris from St. Luke’s Church for also coming to share this with us. 🍊🕯🍬


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We are extremely proud of what we have all achieved this term! Thank you for your support and generosity!


This afternoon we have been really lucky to have a pantomime from 🎬 it was thoroughly enjoyed by all. A big thank you to for funding it 🎄


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Year 5 were taking such pride in their presentation this afternoon when presenting their prints and string relief in their art sketchbooks…


Surprise guests serving the primary Christmas dinner today! 🎄🎅🏼


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* Christmas Music Concert - filming underway * Our students have worked so hard on their performances for the school Christmas Concert. We wanted to share some photos with you - whilst filming has taken place this morning - of our Choirs and Primary Recorders!


This week it was Oxford Class, who took on the WW2 DT cooking project. They were fantastic and throughly enjoyed the experience. Thank you again to Mrs Flavin for helping us and preparing the kitchen for us.


Some of Oxford Class in action.


Next week primary will be taking part in this years Santa Dash, the children need to bring a Christmas jumper/headpiece and trainers. Parents will be notified of the day/times for each year group. 🎅🏼🏃‍♀️


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We are immensely proud of our school community for helping us to raise this amazing amount of money at the Christmas Fair !


Today and yesterday the children performed in the primary showcase! It was so lovely to see the children perform and spread some Christmas cheer and we would like to thank all the parents for coming along to support them. A huge thank you to ! 🎄🎼🎺🥁🎻🎅🏼


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Year 5 really enjoyed printing in their art lesson this afternoon, they did so well! Well done everyone!


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The reading buddy sessions continued today for Year 10 & 1. All pupils are hugely enjoying the opportunity to read and talk about their books. See you on Friday guys!


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Our reading buddies had their first meeting today. Year 10 pupils are assisting Year 1 with their daily reading. Every Tuesday & Friday afternoon they will meet & read together


Year 6 Cambridge had a fantastic day cooking a WWII inspired menu! Definitely some budding chefs in the class! 👩‍🍳🥕🥔🧅🧁👨‍🍳


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Thank you so much to all the Dahl and Christie house students who took park in our charity 5k run for and


The first group from Cambridge have begun their WW2 cooking project. We can’t wait to see the finished products!


Today the Year 4 and 5 corridor were greeted by a naughty little visitor! 🎅🏼🎉


Year 5 had a fabulous day on Monday where they really brought their learning to life, they took part in an Ancient Greek day and explored foods, buildings and the olympics! What a fantastic day! 🫒🍇🏹🤼🏅🏛


Look at this amazing Christmas Card design, well done to Kate! 🎅🏼🎄


Calling all Dahl and Christie house members! It would be lovely to see as many of you taking part in this as possible! 🏃‍♀️🏃🏃‍♂️


What a fantastic week we have all had raising awareness of anti-bullying and the importance of kindness! It is so lovely to hear all of the kind comments students and staff have been sharing with one another, this is definitely something we will continue to do!


A great idea for our primary budding artists 👩‍🎨 🎨🖌🖍


Year 2 have been learning the kindness dance as part of anti-bullying week! What a lovely way to promote kindness across the school.


We have been sending each other kind messages in Year 6 today! They were all very well received! 🗣📝💌#AntiBullyingWeek


Odd Socks Day has got off to a fantastic start in Primary!


It is so lovely to see students from across Samuel Ryder representing school this morning in the remembrance parade.


We look forward to seeing the children and staff representing SRA tomorrow to pay their respects for those who have died when fighting for our country


8th Jul 2020

Young Geographer of the Year

During May, the Geography Department launched the Royal Geographical Society’s ‘Young Geographer of the Year’ competition for KS3. This year’s theme was ‘The World beyond my window’ encouraging students to explore the human and physical geography of somewhere, either local or further afield that exists beyond their window. The competition includes very strict criteria to ensure the highest quality of work. The Geography Department was blown away by the students’ excellent geographical knowledge and skills, creativity and commitment to the subject. In total, we received 64 outstanding entries from year 7,8 and 9. There was a huge variety of entries in terms of themes, including the impact of the COVID19 Pandemic on the environment, personal holiday experiences which left a lasting impression and more abstract approaches, such as what cannot be seen from out of our windows and places in the undiscovered world. It was an absolute pleasure to read all the entries. The competition states we can only send 10 entries to represent Samuel Ryder Academy which was a very difficult decision. Our 10 finalists are: Alex Gardiner                                                              Joe Bigg Ben Graham                                                                Luc Beaufort Charlie Nicholson                                                         Lucy Allan Elliot Tinson                                                                  Millie Adams Harry Vango                                                                  Rohan Sunnassee We wish those students the best of luck with the national judging process run by the Royal Geographical Society, and want to extend our gratitude to all the students who took time to enter. When school resumes in the next academic year, we plan to celebrate and thank all those who entered . Well done everyone! From the Geography Department    
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