Aspiration

Aspiration

Effort

Effort

Belief

Belief

Love of Learning

Love of Learning

Welcome to Knebworth Primary and Nursery School

“100% of parents said that they would recommend our school to another parent” –
Parent survey March 2016 – (278 survey returns from 269 families)

 
 

From the children at Knebworth school.

We’d love to welcome you to our school by showing you what it is really like to be a pupil here. Firstly, our school is more like a second home to us with people who care for you as if you were their own. Our school has a joyful atmosphere, and always warmly welcomes visitors.

Love of learning is a key feature in all classes, this is a true fact. For example, we all love learning new things and thriving on a challenge, whilst in the summer working close to wildlife in our beautiful environmental area.

Our school council representatives echo our words to someone who can make a difference so that our school is always being improved to our wishes.

Here in our school we are a hugely active group of children with all sorts of performing arts from singing on Good Morning Britain with the choir, to the Shakespeare schools festival and also performing in the Gordon Craig theatre with our street dance groups. We also have a great range of sports which help the children create their aspirations.

All the staff here really try their best to make our school the best it can be. Right from our cleaners Jill, Janet, Penny and Michelle who make our school sparklingly clean, all the way to our wonderful head teacher Mr John who in the afternoon is always out in the playground, wishing all the children and parents a fantastic evening.

Thank you for taking your time to read these statements,

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This half term, Year One have been reading stories from other cultures. We have read lots of stories set in Africa and one of our favourites was 'Handa's Surprise' by Eileen Browne. We had great fun playing the role of the animals in the story, using an app to record our voices and we also made flap pictures with our own hidden surprises. In DT, we made a fruit salad using the fruit from the story. We loved trying the tropical flavours and thought of some super adjectives to describe each fruit. We tasted tangy pineapple, creamy avocado, juicy tangerines and lots more! ... See MoreSee Less

This half term, Year One have been reading stories from other cultures. We have ...

This half term, Year One have been reading stories from other cultures. We have read lots of stories set in Africa and one of our favourites was 'Handa's Surprise' by Eileen Browne. We had great fun playing the role of the animals in the story, using an app to record our voices and we also made flap pictures with our own hidden surprises. In DT, we made a fruit salad using the fruit from the story. We loved trying the tropical flavours and thought of some super adjectives to describe each fruit. We tasted tangy pineapple, creamy avocado, juicy tangerines and lots more!

Calendar

School Christmas Dinner

December 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Christmas dinner will be served in school on Wednesday 7th December. Further information along with a menu can be found in the Christmas Dinner Letter (PDF)

Year 1 & 2 (KS1) Christmas Show to parents

December 13 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Nursery & Reception (EYFS) Christmas Show to Parents

December 14 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Please arrive by 9:30 for a 10:00AM start.



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