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Year 5 and 6 had an interesting talk this week from Martin, the Father to one of our children. Change Please is a charity that, with the support of The Big Issue, provides homeless people with housing, training and a London Living Wage whilst they train to become fully-fledged barristas. More details can be found at www.changeplease.org for how you can help 
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St Loys Primary Academy has achieved GOLD!                      In the previous two years we were awarded silver. The Sainsbury’s School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme which rewards schools for their commitment to the development of PE, sport and competition across their school. We were assessed against the following criteria 
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This year’s play was A Midsummer Night’s Dream, it included much of Shakespeare’s original text (and language) and was an outstanding success; the children and audience alike enjoyed every minute of it. Please look at our News and Galleries Tab for lots more fantastic photos.
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After many cakes baked and bought, crafts made and sold, the Friends of St Loys have been fund raising for some playground games for the school. After much deliberation from the School Council they chose 5 super games which have now been marked onto the top playground. We have also been lucky enough to get two more for free thanks 
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On Thursday 7th July 10 year 3 & 4 children were invited to join in the Northamptonshire Sports Summer Games. The children took part in the Change for Life activities which challenged them; the activities included doing slaloms, volley ball, boccia and many more. They joined other schools from around the county in celebrating an end to this year’s Northamptonshire Sporting 
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Year 5 headed off to Towcester for a trip of two halves. The first half was spent at Tesco and the second half was at The Bell Plantation Garden Centre.  At Tesco they took part in two great activities; split into two groups they made pizzas and had to plan three meals for an Olympic athlete.  The first group chose 
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Northampton Magistrates Association came to visit year 5/6. The children took part in a role play courtroom and thoroughly enjoyed it! Have a look at the other photographs under our Galleries Tab.
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The whole school celebrated Queen Elizabeth’s 90th Birthday. Each class had been learning about Her Majesty’s long life and reign, had looked at the country’s royal history and our traditions as well as our British values connected to this. In the afternoon there was a party feeling around the school with some taking part in traditional party games (such as 
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Mr Hazelgrove has been invited to The House of Lords on Tuesday 14th June by The Baroness Campbell of Loughborough. This is to attend an Active Healthy Minds Event following the tour of St Loys Primary Academy by VIPs looking at aspects completed as part of the Healthier Child Project.  We had been selected to showcase what we have achieved. 
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Both the children and staff at St Loys have celebrated the end of an amazingly successful Creative Week. Creative Learning: Exploration and Discovery in a Supportive & Enriching Environment based on the Interests of the Children. Please have a look at our Galleries (under the News Tab) for many wonderful photographs of this amazing Exhibition; we are very proud of the results The idea 
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