As we begin Pilgrims’ Healthy Heart Fortnight, headteacher, Mrs Webster discusses why teaching pupils how to keep their hearts healthy is so important, even at the earliest age. A recentLet them learn…about bike safety
A yearly visit from Dr Bike, bike races and bike washing are just a few of the activities pupils get up to. As part of Bike To School Week andWhy children’s well-being is just as important as their education
To support Mental Health Awareness Week (May 13-19), our headteacher, Mrs Webster, explains why she believes that the well-being of children is equally as important as their education What thePaws for thought? Why having a school dog is great for pupils’ well-being
To celebrate National Pet Month, our headteacher, Mrs Webster, explains why Jake, the Fox Red Labrador and Pilgrims’ resident pooch, is a very important member of the school. Dogs inHow nature and wildlife can help boost classroom performance
A new study has revealed the benefits of outdoor learning on a child’s academic performance. Our Headteacher, Jo Webster, explains why including outdoor activities in the school curriculum is importantWhy we love autumn
Autumn is an exciting time of year. As we begin to look forward to Christmas time, the leaves on the trees are quickly changing from green to brown and theGet creative!
As we are approaching the end of the year and the weather is getting colder, finding things to do in the evenings and at weekends can be tricky and theFond farewells to our Year 2s – The end of Pilgrims but the beginning of the future
As we end the school year, there is a lot of excitement but also a lot of sadness as we say goodbye to our Year 2s. Many of our childrenWhy we love sports!
Sport is a very important part of the curriculum at Pilgrims. One of our PE objectives is for our children to develop an understanding of trying their best which is