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For the latest news at Charsfield School please see the articles below.

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  • Key Stage Two Learn About Money Matters

    Published 30/06/21

    In their PSHE lessons Key Stage 2 pupils have been learning about money and how when we are older it's good to take responsibility for our finances. 

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  • Pupils take part in Green Day

    Published 14/06/21

    At the beginning of May, pupils were invited to dress in a green item and to pay £1 to raise awareness for the Ipswich Deaf Children’s Society, (IDCS). They chose green as this is adopted colour of the IDCS. Mrs Reeve ran an assembly about children that are partially or fully deaf, and how this affects their lives. The pupils also learnt some simple British Sign Language. The IDCS is entirely managed by parents of deaf children and their professionals on a voluntary basis. As a charity, they rely on financial contributions to help them fund specialist equipment, family events and day outings, signed performances at the theatre, swimming lessons using British Sign Language and many other essential support needs.
    We are delighted to say that as a small school, we managed to raise £30 for this worthy charity.

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  • Pupils link with local Nursing Home throughout lockdown

    Published 26/03/21

    Charsfield's pupils spread a little happiness with Handford House Nursing Home 

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  • Comic Relief Fundraising

    Published 26/03/21

    Pupils raise £50.00 for Comic Relief 2021

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  • World Book Day Fun!

    Published 22/03/21

    We held our World Book Day this year slightly later than usual on Wednesday 10th March. As most of our pupils were home learning on World Book Day, we decided to wait until all of our pupils and staff could join together in person, rather than online.  

    Pupils were delighted to be able to dress up as their favourite book/TV characters and both bubbles took part in separate book based activities this year. 

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  • Charsfield Pupils join the Suffolk Library Scarecrow Trail

    Published 22/03/21

    As part of the Suffolk Library Scarecrow Trail, pupils from Charsfield School have made scarecrows of their favourite Julia Donaldson characters. As a school we follow the Values for Life in our daily school lives including: friendship, hope, creativity, loyalty, trust, perseverance, service and humility. Many of these themes run through Julia Donaldson's books and we used them to inspire us to create scarecrows to take part in the Suffolk Library Scarecrow Trail this Easter. The children have worked hard and are very proud of their efforts. Please do come and see them at the front of our school. 

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  • Suffolk Soprano joins pupils in Remembrance

    Published 22/03/21

    Suffolk coloratura soprano Christina Johnston, joined our pupils via Zoom for a special remembrance assembly. Christina, who is an ambassador for the Purple Poppy Appeal and the War Horse Memorial, explained her role to pupils and sang two songs for remembrance. Pupils asked Christina questions about her career and what it was like to sing for so many people, including Chinese Presidents!  Pupils and staff then gathered around the poppy wreath that we had made at the front of the school for a two minutes silence  at 11am, and then  followed this by singing "Remember" to onlookers, who had stopped to pay their respects with us. 

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  • Open Morning Invitation

    Published 08/09/20

    Open Morning Invitations During October / November 2020

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  • Lockdown Newsletter

    Published 22/07/20

    See what the pupils have been up to whilst on lockdown and on returning to school.

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  • Snape Maltings Celebration of Music

    Published 06/05/20

    Snape Maltings Celebration of Music March 2020

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  • Plant to Plate EADT Tokens

    Published 26/02/20

    The school is taking part in the Plant to Plate promotion with a chance to share in £10,000 worth of equipment.

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  • Daily Mile Challenge

    Published 26/02/20

    As we’re sure you’re aware there has been a lot of press coverage about pupil fitness and mental health and wellbeing.

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