It has been a busy end to the summer term here at Pilgrims, with our children enjoying another bumper year packed full of fun and engaging activities. Here, Pilgrims’ HeadteacherMental Health Awareness Week
When we’re busy looking out for our pupils’ wellbeing it can be easy to forget to look after ourselves. As the nation marks Mental Health Awareness Week, Mrs Morales, ourAn exciting summer ahead for Pilgrims!
It’s the start of the summer term here at Pilgrims and there is an exciting selection of new topics and activities taking place among all year groups. Pilgrims’ Headteacher, MrsIt’s International School Meals Day!
the whole school day. This International School Meals Day our catering manager, Mrs Bhogal, shares how she ensures the children eat healthily while they are in school.It’s Children’s Mental Health Week
In an ever-changing world, supporting children’s mental health has never been so important. To mark Children’s Mental Health Week, Mrs Morales, our Pastoral and SEND Coordinator, discusses this year’s themeIt’s National Storytelling Week!
The power of a story goes far beyond the classroom in which it’s told. To mark National Storytelling Week, Mrs Webster, Headteacher at Pilgrims School, explores the importance of readingActivities to get you in the Christmas spirit
At Pilgrims, we are feeling festive! Santa has been to visit, we have indulged in Christmas lunch and we have been singing lots of carols. Here, Mrs Webster, Headteacher atWhy it’s cool to be kind
It’s World Kindness Day – a global day that promotes the importance of being kind to each other. Here, Mrs Webster explains why kindness is one of our core values atIt’s National Baking Week!
Baking has many educational benefits for children. To mark National Baking Week, our Year 1 Teacher and After School Cookery Club leader, Mrs Russell explains why it is such a