At Pilgrims School, the mental health and wellbeing of our pupils is just as important as their education. Here, Headteacher Mrs Webster explains why they’re working alongside The Mind MapEaster activities to enjoy during lockdown
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic means that Easter weekend will be spent at home this year, but there’s still lots of family fun to be had. Here our Headteacher, Mrs Webster,Mrs Bhogal’s top tips on nutrition
As this week is Nutrition and Hydration Week, we asked our catering manager, Mrs Bhogal, about her role in ensuring the children eat healthily and drink plenty while they’re atStay safe online
To mark ‘Safer Internet Day’, our Headteacher, Mrs Webster explains how to keep our children safe online. Our children are experiencing unprecedented access to information, entertainment and social interaction –Christmas – a time to give, as well as receive
With children around the country busy writing their present list for Father Christmas, Mrs Webster, Pilgrims’ Headteacher explains why the school takes time to remind the children about the importanceHow to be more sugar aware
To mark Sugar Awareness Week, our catering manager Pam discusses how to be more aware of our sugar intake and shares her tips to reduce the amount we use inI’m an explorer, get me out of here!
The new school year may have only just started, but there has been lots going on in Year One at Pilgrims already. Here, Mrs Collins, teacher of class 1JC discussesWhy is bedtime reading so important?
According to research, reading to children makes them more likely to succeed in life. Here, to celebrate National Read a Book Day and Roald Dahl Day this month, Mrs Webster,Fun ways to learn during the holiday
We understand how hard it can be to find things to do to entertain the whole family during the summer break, particularly as the weather isn’t always sunny! Here Mrs