A massive thank you to the PGA who have donated money to the school to help us purchase some glockenspiels to use in our music lessons. Without the PGA we would not have been able to purchase such quality instruments for the children to use. Thank you to all parents who have attended PGA events…

Last week we delved deep into children’s aspirations and gave them opportunities to explore the different avenues they could take; from university to apprenticeships or starting your own business to working in the public sector. This was a fantastic day which included guest speakers and a varied range of activities. It has truly inspired many…

Year 5’s have been visiting outer space this week—well actually the playground! To bring their learning to life they used toilet roll and different fruits to recreate the solar system. The fruits were used to represent the different sizes of the planets and the toilet role to show the distance between each planet. Don’t worry…

On Thursday 22nd June, Years 3, 4 and 5 were lucky enough to be visited by ‘NED’ in a school assembly. NED’s helper, Sarah, told us an inspiring story about setting goals and being successful in life. NED’s message was to, never give up, encourage others and always do our best! Yoyos were a big…

On Wednesday 21st June, the children took part in our yearly Enterprise Day. There was a lot of preparation to be done before the big event and children excelled at designing, making and selling their products. Imagination was flowing throughout the school this year, with Reception children making lava lamps, Year Four children making fidget…

You may remember that earlier this year we held a competition run by Young Writers to create a mini saga about a crazy creature. We had 48 entries and of these, 32 have been chosen to be published in a book titled ‘Crazy Creatures– Essex Legends’ which is scheduled to be released on 31st August…

To coincide with national nurses day, Year 1 have celebrated the accomplishments of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole by holding a theme day. Children dressed up as nurses and soldiers and leant about these important historical figures. They made lanterns and researched how injured soldiers were treated and then created their own ‘herbal medicine’.

Before the holidays, Year 1 and 2 were lucky enough to have a visit from a theatre company to raise awareness of road safety. Peli the Hedgehog, with the help of his uncle Zebe, taught the children how to stay safe on the roads whilst teaching children all about the Green Cross Code. Children got…

Aldborough are pleased to announce, that following our recent Ofsted inspection on 28th February 2017, we have been graded as GOOD. Please click on the following document to read the report: Ofsted Report We would like to thank all staff, Governors, children and families for their ongoing support. Tom Hart, Headteacher.