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Operation Eagle Eye - posted 15th Feb

Year 4, 5 and 6 have been continuing the theme of road safety this week, alongside the Operation Eagle Eye team. They have been out and about in the village surveying traffic, using speed cameras and investigating what can happen when things go wrong. Thank you to the team for ensuring our pupils have the knowledge they will need to become safe road users in the future. Next time you tip over that speed limit, expect your children to point it out - I'm sure they will!

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Year 2 Step Outside - posted 11th Feb

Year 2 pupils took to the streets of High Lane today to learn about road safety in our local area. They learnt how to cross the road safely and look after themselves when they are out and about. 

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Learning to look after our money - posted 7th Feb

Year 2 had a fascinating morning learning about budgeting and saving with the Vernon Building Society. The Stockport based team delivered workshops on the difference between wants and needs and how to save up for the things we really want. With lots of money based maths work, this really was exciting learning at its best. 

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Bikeability - posted 5th Feb

Congratulations to our Year 5 pupils who have successfully completed their Bikeability qualification this week. Two days of hard training have resulted in all pupils who took part, achieving an award and becoming safer cyclists.

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In loving memory - posted 29th Jan

Today, we said our final goodbye to Jake Morgan, one of our 2018 Year 6 leavers, who sadly passed away on 6th January 2019. Although he was only with us at High Lane for his final year of primary school, Jake made a lasting impression in our hearts. As winner of our Citizenship Award, Jake enjoyed helping the younger children, caring for them and helping them during playtimes and lunchtimes. When he grew up, Jake dreamed of becoming a paramedic - so that he could give back to people who had helped him.

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Carols Around the Tree - posted 21st Dec

What a lovely way to finish the term! Reception, Nursery, the choir and the whole school came together this morning to perform our Early Years Nativity and Carols Around the Tree. The story of Christmas was beautifully told by our very youngest pupils in their first performances at High Lane. Well done everyone! 

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Carol Concert - posted 20th Dec

Our Carol Concert at St Thomas' Church last night marked the beginning of the end of this tremendously busy term. Traditional carols, Spanish songs, instrumental and choral performances, Christmas poetry and readings were the order of the evening and the children did themselves proud in front of a packed congregation. Thank you to all at St Thomas' for making us so welcome.

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Panto Time! - posted 14th Dec

Pupils from Reception to Year 6 enjoyed a fun-filled afternoon at the panto yesterday, when they went to see Aladdin at the Romiley Forum. It was a fabulous performance, with lots of fun and laughter as children took advantage of the opportunity to share a trip out with their friends. Thank you to the staff and helpers who looked after the children.

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Inn-spectors - posted 12th Dec

Our Year 1 and 2 pupils excelled themselves yesterday, with their performance of 'Inn-spectors'. Dancing, singing, acting - the children were all wonderful and provided us with an enjoyable beginning to our Christmas performances. We are looking forward to the final performance this evening and to our Junior Carol Concert and Nursery and Reception Nativity next week. 

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Storyteller Laureate - posted 12th Dec

Children from Nursery to Year 6 were drawn into the art of storytelling this week when we were visited by the first 'Storyteller Laureate', Taffy Thomas MBE. Taffy whisked the children into a world of talking animals and Christmas magic. Thank you to the NEU teaching union who kindly sponsored this event.

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