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  • Pupils and students from some of the Trust’s Northamptonshire academies received a masterclass from Olympian Andy Turner at Malcolm Arnold Academy. The current 200m hurdles record holder, spent the
  • Four of the Trust’s Northamptonshire primaries created their very own opera which was written, directed and performed entirely by the pupils. The Arbours Primary Academy, Briar Hill Primary School,
  • The Trust’s very own Hannah Hicks has made it into the England Squad for the Commonwealth Games this summer. The 23 year old Table Tennis star, who coaches three days a week at academies across the
  • Pupils from Briar Hill Primary School grabbed their outdoor gear for a week experiencing the sights and heights of Aberdovey in Wales. The residential saw the school join four of the David Ross
  • As part of our literacy topic on persuasive writing Year 4 have been busy creating exciting film advertisements. We studied existing movie trailers and examined the different persuasive techniques
  • Pupils at Briar Hill Primary School dressed up as their favourite storybook characters for World Book Day 2014. As part of the day the pupils also participated in a number of fun reading activities
  • Our Year 5 pupils had a very successful fundraising event. They set up stalls and sold cakes, biscuits and sweets. Everything the pupils brought in were sold. The games were really popular too! The
  • The children at Briar Hill have been working on an Opera project during this academic year. The children had to write their own unique opera. This entailed writing the story line, the lyrics and the
  • Sue Smith, England International football star, did a special skills training session with five lucky pupils from Briar Hill Primary School. Alongside representatives from three of the other DRET
  • Firstly we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you back after what I hope has been a restful and relaxing Christmas break. In the first two terms the children of year four have all been

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