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Our Little Stars 2019-2020

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Cranbourne Conference 2019



Miss Archer and Mrs Sharp attended the annual Cranbourne Cluster conference on Friday 25th January 2019. This is an annual event where 6 of the local cluster Primary Schools meet with the linked feeder Cranbourne Secondary School. The guest speaker was Aaron Phipps who is a former Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby player and London 2012 Paralympic athlete.

The theme of the conference was resilience and the children participated in a range of activities to develop this . The activities were Bokwa, Music, Art, Japanese and Meditation.



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Our Young Interpreters 2018-2019

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Our Little Stars met and decided upon new playground star values last year.

S- safety

T- taking part

A- active

R- respect


We challenged the school to create a poster which has now been published and can be seen in the school and on the playground. Please look out for it and follow the playground values.

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Our Little Stars are nominated by their peers within each class. Each class has two little star representatives ( a boy and girl). These Little Stars attend meetings and are the 'voice' for their peers.  Each academic year the 'Little STARS' are elected ensuring as many pupils as possible have an opportunity to take an active role in our school community. 



On Friday 26th January 2018, the Little Star representatives from Year 1 and 2 attended a School Council Cluster meeting at Cranbourne Buisness and Enterprise College. The guest speak was a man called Chris Lubbe who was Nelson Mandela's bodyguard.

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Our Young Interpreters 2017-2018


Our Young Interpreters met in March 2018. They decided as a team to share their expertise and planned a language day for each class focusing on the key languages below. 


Miss Archer- Romanian

Miss Peckett- Polish

Miss Young- Romanian

Mr Creagh- Barry- Bulgarian

Miss Scarlett- Polish

Miss McOmish- Polish

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The Rights of a Child


The Rights Respecting Schools Award is a Unicef UK programme that aims to put children’s rights at the heart of schools in the UK. We want our school to embed children’s rights in our ethos and culture to improve well-being and develop every child’s talents and abilities to their full potential.



Playground Pals

As part of respecting the right to play and rest we have introduced Playground Pals.  Playground Pals support children who might be feeling like they need a friend or someone play with or talk to.  We also have a playground bench for children to sit on if they want someone to play with.

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