The Pilgrim Bedtime Stories Lending Library had many happy customers this week! The library is available after scho… https://t.co/BY9wVkdkYa
We had lots of fun celebrating Easter decorating bonnets and having an Easter Parade. Some lucky people were rewar… https://t.co/2p1ESUP8Pk
After learning about endangered animals, the Year 1 children made their own moneyboxes and raised £36 to adopt an a… https://t.co/KWTsKDz8Ce
Yesterday, Pilgrim Primary Choir and Pilgrim Adult Choir went to the Theatre Royal to watch The Welsh National Oper… https://t.co/OKrDXR6m9S
Today Year 1 visited St.Peter's Church to follow up their learning on belonging. Baby doll Charlie was baptised aga… https://t.co/4kw2lvln0n
In science, we have been fair testing and investigating the melting point of chocolate. One of many lessons where Y… https://t.co/HaoPKcZTtZ
Chameleons class visited Karst art gallery yesterday to look at shapes in architecture.They enjoyed making their ow… https://t.co/7Z9ejJDBHL
Last week, Year 4 have been working collaboratively to ‘up-level’ their writing. The children all enjoyed giving po… https://t.co/zfUBM3m3SK
Some of our Year 5 and 6 children were involved in workshops surrounding the arrival of The Theatre Royal's new scu… https://t.co/avb6INpKjo
On Saturday our brilliant choir performed at Plymouth Pavilions. They sounded great and Mrs Down is very proud of t… https://t.co/gZm85RQL2Q
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