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Wayne Clayton Feb 27
Wow- what a stunning looking building!
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Wayne Clayton Feb 5
What a fantastic place to curl up with a good book!
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Wayne Clayton Feb 5
Replying to @MrClaytonSHP
An interesting read- Curious children perform better in schools. So, how do we encourage creativity and curiosity whilst at the same time delivering a knowledge and skills rich curriculum? We will use enquiry-led, hands on learning to encourage children to ask questions.
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Wayne Clayton Feb 5
‘Schools are killing curiosity’: why we need to stop telling children to shut up and learn
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Wayne Clayton Jan 27
Thanks for your support Cuxton
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Wayne Clayton Jan 24
Phase 1 complete! The installation only began on Tuesday, but is now complete! Phase 2 will follow in a few weeks.
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Ebbsfleet Garden City Jan 15
Approval for new Ebbsfleet Garden City primary to start enrolling pupils
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Wayne Clayton Dec 10
What a fantastic morning creating decorations, Christmas trees and many more glittery things! Thanks for joining the fun.
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Wayne Clayton Nov 11
The foundation work is well under way- the build is moving along nicely now.
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Wayne Clayton Nov 10
The foundations are being laid ready for this! Take a look at these images of the build, as will look in
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ThePrimaryFirstTrust Nov 5
admissions are open! Be part of something amazing!
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Ebbsfleet Garden City Nov 4
A state of the art primary school promising sporting, music, computing, performing arts and outdoor learning experiences for children. It's coming to Ebbsfleet Garden City next year, read about it here
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Springhead Park Primary School Oct 31
ready to meet the children light party!
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Wayne Clayton Oct 29
is under construction. Glad to see the large machinery and builders at work under a clear blue sky.
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Wayne Clayton Oct 29
The logo is here! The 8 branches represent the 8 natural springs for which Springhead Park is named, and the range of colours demonstrates our broad approach:academia, digital literacy, the arts, sports and a host of other ways in which our children will succeed.
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