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September 2018

  • School Open Days and Evenings

    Published 13/09/18

    Open Days

    Tuesday 2nd October 2018 & Wednesday 3rd October 2018

    See the school at work

    9.15 – 10.45am    or    9.30 –11.00am

    Please telephone main reception to book a place

     

     

    Open Evening

          Thursday 27th September, 2018

    Talks by the Headteacher

    At 6.15 and 6.45 and 7.15pm.

    Meet the staff, displays and tours around the school

     

    Further details from The Piggott School

    0118 940 2357

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  • Team Maths Challenge

    Published 06/09/18

     

    The Piggott School recently hosted the Primary Team Maths Challenge, a competition which saw Year 5 and 6 students from the surrounding area compete in a variety of challenging rounds.

    The pupils from 6 different local schools worked together to complete 4 different tasks, all of which needed team work and perseverance to finish. The students engaged brilliantly with the often difficult rounds, which included murder mysteries and code breaking. A particularly enjoyable round for the pupils involved constructing a tower using only newspaper and sellotape and it was amazing to see all the different designs and strategies which pupils devised.

    The winning team was a group from Sonning Primary School. They demonstrated brilliant teamwork and enthusiasm throughout the day.  

     

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