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  • Science Award

    Published 21/09/21

    Marlow C of E Infant School has been awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark GILT award

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  • Learning Outside the Classroom

    Published 13/09/21

    Year 1 spent did some maths outside on their 'Forest Friday' 

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  • First Day of 2021-22

    Published 03/09/21

    Friday 3rd September - welcome back to the new school year KS1

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  • Sports Day

    Published 20/07/21

    We were very pleased that we managed to hold our Sports Day this year and invite parents to come and watch. 

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  • Year 1 Act of Service

    Published 14/07/21

    Year 1 undertook their Act of Service this morning.

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  • Open Afternoon

    Published 08/07/21

    We held our Open Afternoon on Wednesday 7th July 2021

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  • Reception Act of Service

    Published 05/07/21

    This morning the children in Reception carried out their Act of Service at All Saints Church.

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  • Year 2 Act of service

    Published 02/07/21

    This half-term we have been focussing on the school value 'Service'

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    Published 29/06/21

    Article 31 – rest, play, culture and arts

    Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.

    Liz, Sports Programme Specialist at UNICEF UK, introduces Article 31

    At Marlow Church of England Infant School, we are committed to ensuring that we help every child create a lifelong love of movement, develop healthy lifestyles and a new ambition.   

    Our aim is to deliver a high-quality inspiring PE curriculum that focuses on ‘stage not age’. Our PE curriculum is specifically designed and delivered to enthuse, inspire, include and engage all pupils whatever their stage and ability.

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  • Year 2 Walk to the Woods

    Published 25/06/21

    On Wednesday 23rd June  Year 2 visited Hunts Wood

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    Published 15/06/21

    World Refugee Day has been recognised by the United Nations since 2001.

    A refugee is someone who has had to flee their home because their lives were in danger in their home country. There are many different reasons for this and we will explore some of them in the activities coming up. World Refugee Day is on 20th June 2021 and helps to raise awareness of the lives and experiences of refugees.

    National Refugee Week is an annual event. This year it is 14-20 June and the theme is 'We cannot walk alone' . This is taken from a line in Martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech when he turns his attention to the White people who, realising their destiny and that of their Black fellow citizens was intertwined, joined the movement for equal rights.

    “They have come to realise that their freedom is inextricably bound to our freedom,” he said. “We cannot walk alone.”

    On World Refugee Day Article 22 and Article 10 are particularly important:

    Article 22 (refugee children)

    If a child is seeking refugee or has refugee status, governments must provide them with appropriate protection and assistance to help them enjoy all the rights in the Convention. Governments must help refugee children who are separated from their parents to be reunited with them.

    Article 10 (family reunification)

    Governments must respond quickly and sympathetically if a child or their parents apply to live together in the same country. If a child’s parents live apart in different countries, the child has a right to visit and keep in contact with both of them.

    Jilly introduces World Refugee Day


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  • Reception Walk to the Woods

    Published 27/05/21

    On Wednesday the Reception children went on a walk in the woods.

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