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World Book Day - 7th March 2019

Primary School’s Dance Festival

Cultural Arts Week 2018

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Enjoy our French singing.

Harvest Festival

Last Thursday Elmbridge celebrated the Harvest Festival with

children sharing food with the food bank.

Four harvest loaves were created by children across

Years 3-6 with the help of Mrs Palmer. 

Children from class 9 lead the assembly where the children   sang harvest songs and reflected on the food we have. 

Thank you to everyone for sharing food with the food bank.

A Celebration of Art - Gloucester Primary Schools Partnership. Thursday 25 May – Monday 5 June in the Cloisters at Gloucester Cathedral

Cultural Arts Week 2017

Cultural Arts Week

Cultural Arts Week!

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This is what's in store this week!

The lantern parade which went really well with lots of people turning up. By Joe and Ahnaf






Year six have been very busy !

Elmbridge Primary School were lucky to have a visit today from the Value Behaviours team. They came in to reinforce the importance of our six learning behaviours.  Over two days, the junior classes took part in workshops focusing on; perseverance, having a go and being responsible. The classes enjoyed hearing real life stories that put their school learning behaviours into real life situations. 





Rag Bag Assembly

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On the 21st March the swimming team went to GL1 to take part in the gala. There were many races and it took a long time for each race to begin. At the swimming gala there were 8 schools and two people represented each school per race(except from the relays). Over all Elmbridge came first in the ten metre races and the 25 metres we came 4th. At the end Elmbridge came second in the gala and Heron came first. Thank you to Mrs Howard and Mr Barnett for taking us to the gala.


Cultural Arts Week


In Cultural Arts week we explored British, Polish and Indian cultures and traditions.

The children thoroughly enjoyed cooking, dance and creating art inspired by traditional artists/art. A big thank you to the Parents and volunteers who came into school to share their knowledge and expertise.

Well done to those children who won the Cultural Arts Award for each class. These children fiully embraced cultural arts week and went above and beyond! 

Please watch our slideshow of Cultural Arts week below!

We're all this together!

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A Tribute to Mandela

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Circle of Life

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Year six Christmas hat contest

Change 4 life club make lunch!

Drama Club Performance  

On Wednesday 2nd the drama club will be performed a 21st century Christmas carol in assembly.The children who took part in this Christmassy event and performed well.




Fantastic Displays - Luke

Year 6 Rainforest projects

Welcome to the gallery! Find out here about what's happening at our school.

Check year group pages for individual year group galleries!

Red Nose Day 2015



Year 6 Poetry


Glamourpuss and Prettypuss. 

Glamour puss, Glamour puss,                       

always polishing her crown,

always making such a fuss,

of her satin gown.


Pretty puss, Pretty puss,

straightening her lace bow,

constantly applying her powder puff,

On her fur as White as snow.


By: Daisy,Harriet,Ella and Molly







Year 6 WWII Assembly


On Thursday 12th February, Year 6 performed an assembly based around their topic for this term of WWII. There was singing and dancing and the whole school enjoyed the performance. They would like to thank Mrs Croft for working with them and teaching them some swing moves.


Knex Challenge


At the end of term 2, some children from Y5&6 were picked to do a Knex Challenge. There were different challenges and all the children had fun. Two people from GE Aviation came to our school to help the children with their Knex models. At the end of the day, the winners were announced and the pair that won were Sam and Isobel. 

House assemblies given by the house captains of Birch, Oak, Sycamore and Willow!

Elmbridge entered the 'Design our Scrumpty' competition. We were the first school to enter and Aalia's chosen design was shown in the paper.