Thornycroft Fundraising Event

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Thank you very much to everyone who donated for the ‘Genes for Jeans’ day. The children looked brilliant in their denim on the day and we raised a fantastic amount of £386.26. This money will help thousands of people who are currently suffering from a genetic disorder and be used to support research in to fighting genetic disorders. As part of the fundraiser, each class designed and decorated a shield with denim. The children had great fun doing this and all the shields were extremely creative. This meant the Thorneycroft House Captains had a tough decision judging them. However, Form 3 were crowned the champions, a massive well done to them. Thanks again to everyone for your generosity.

Beattie’s first trip around Chiswick.

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We have been taking part in ‘Beat the Street’ for a few weeks now. The other day we received a visitor to see how we were getting on.

Beattie the hedgehog asked if he could stay with different CBPPS families for the weekend and go on their walking, running, scooting or cycling adventures around the local area.

‘Beat the Street’ Launch

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Our Junior Travel Ambassadors were very excited to launch ‘Beat the Street’. This is a fun community challenge to see how far you can walk, run, scooter and cycle around your local area.

We hope you are all enjoying using your cards to collect points as you travel between each box. We look forward to seeing CBPPS move up the leader board.

Thank you to Harriet, who came to assembly to talk to the children about the initiative. She left Beattie the Hedgehog with us to join in the game.

Beat the Street runs until Wednesday 8th November 2017.

Congratulations Milly!

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Congratulation to former CBPPS pupil, Milly Forrest, who made headlines after her performance at Wigmore Hall in London last July.

Milly is now a student at the Royal College of Music.

We wish her every success in the future.


‘Red Watch’ visit the Nursery

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This week, ‘Red Watch’ from Chiswick Fire Station came to visit the nursery. The children learnt all about a firefighter’s job, the protective clothing they wear, and also the special equipment that is used.  Everyone really enjoyed looking at the fire engine and squirting the hose was so much fun!