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Carnarvon Primary School

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Carnarvon Primary School

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Below is all the latest news from Carnarvon School

Parliament Visit 2017


Spencer and Phoebe from Year 6 had a great time in London last Friday visiting the Houses of Parliament. They were accompanied by Miss Cooke and children from 27 other schools from within the Rushcliffe area. The children had the opportunity to look around the Houses of Parliament, take part in a 'debating workshop' at Parliament's Education Centre and they also enjoyed a walk to St James' Park.

Both children were a credit to Carnarvon and their knowledge about politics was particularly impressive!


Instrumental Concert 24th April 2017

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School Defibrillator

Please find details below on the defibrillator, which we have purchased both for school use and for the local community.

We have received funding to cover some of the cost of the unit and installation.  We would really appreciate any donations you could make to cover the remaining balance.





The whole school took part in an International Day on 10th February.  A different Country was chosen by each Year group:  Foundation - France, Year 1 - Russia, Year 2 - Italy, Year 3 - India, Year 4 - Tanzania, Year 5 - Peru and Year 6 - New Zealand.  

Take a look at the photos below, to see what the children have been experiencing.......


CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY - Friday 16 December

Thank you to everybody who supported Christmas Jumper Day last Friday.  We all looked fabulous!  All the donations will go to Save the Children, which is our Eco chosen charity this Christmas. We raised an amazing £377.22!



CHRISTMAS FAIR - Friday 18 November 2016

Thank you to everyone who attended our Christmas Fair on Friday. It was lovely to see you all and we really appreciate your support. We would also like to thank the Year 6 children who managed their own stalls and all the staff  who helped out, especially Mrs Howells for planning everything. It was a very busy night and we raised a whopping £2613!! 

This money will be used towards the cost of upgrading the Foundation Unit outdoor space.  This is a large project and we will be doing further fundraising next year.



Parliament Week: 14 November 2016

Non-uniform day is on Wednesday 18th October, to raise money for the Rosie-May Foundation..................£1 per child for non-uniform and 20p each to buy a cake............Cake sale after school for parents..................