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 aOceans, sea creatures, super powers and the world around us – what we will be learning about at Pilgrims
It’s the beginning of a new academic year at Pilgrims and we are all excited to start learning new things. Pilgrims’ Headteacher, Mrs Webster, explains a little more about whatActivities to enjoy during the summer holidays
We know thinking of activities to keep your children entertained for the entire summer holidays can be tricky. Here, Mrs Webster, Headteacher at Pilgrims School, shares some fun and educationalIt’s the end of another school year. So, let’s take a look back…
It’s safe to say that the 2020/21 school year has not been your average year. Here, Mrs Webster, Headteacher at Pilgrims School, sums up the academic year we have hadWorkout with Woolfy
At Pilgrims we help to ensure that children participate in regular exercise, with the aim of making sure that our children continue their love of physical activity into the nextWe’re back to school – again!
As school has reopened and pupils have settled back into the classroom again, Mrs Webster, Headteacher at Pilgrims School, explains how Pilgrims adapted to deliver a full and rich curriculumHave fun exploring the past and the future on Time Traveller Day
If you had a time machine where would you go? Into the past or straight to the future? To mark ‘Pretend to be a Time Traveller Day’, our Headteacher MrsThe importance of kindness
Kindness goes a long way. To mark World Kindness Day 2020, our Headteacher, Mrs Webster, discusses why kindness is so important for the children at Pilgrims. At Pilgrims, being kind