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"This is our cry, This is our prayer, To build peace in the world." - the children   of Hiroshima (plaque on the Hiroshima Children's Peace Memorial).





Please come and join us for our Harvest Festival next Thursday (18th October). Children are invited to dress up as whatever they would like to be when they grow up in return for £1 towards Action aid's Big Me campaign. KS2 can bring harvest gifts in on Wednesday and KS1 on Thursday - dried, packet & canned goods are best please.

Last year we gained our 2nd Eco-Schools Green Flag award!  Congratulations and a huge 'Thank You' to all our Eco Club members and everyone else who has made this possible!


We have also been awarded the Games mark Gold for the second year running. Well done everyone.

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Our Parent Support Adviser, Lindsey Hayles, is available all day every Monday from 9.00 a.m. for pop-ins to provide a variety of help, advice and support. Just drop in.

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No Pens Day Wednesday 2017

Pupils at Chesham Primary School joined thousands of other children across the country, on Wednesday 12th October, in putting down their pens and picking up their language. The day, known as, 'No Pens Day Wednesday' is an initiative set up by the Communication Trust to promote speaking and listening amongst children. Pens and pencils were banned for the day and teachers came up with innovative ideas to promote communication. The pupils participated in a range of exciting and fun packed activities ranging from pizza making to  walking through 'conscience alley'  to  explore the dilemma facing  a book character. The children thoroughly enjoyed the day with many wishing that it was No Pens Day, everyday!

Latest School Events

Harvest Festival18Oct2018

9:15 am - 10:15 am @ School hall

Our annual Harvest Festival supporting Action Aid with "The Big Me" - parents welcome to join us and to pop into classrooms afterwards.

End of half term19Oct2018

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School closes for the half term holidays

School closed for half term holidays20Oct2018

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Half term break for school

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