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 MrsReflecting on another great year
The 2018/2019 school year was another busy one at Pilgrims. Here, Headteacher Mrs Webster reflects on some of her favourite moments. An award shortlisting, a school dog and another successfulGrowing a healthy heart
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 in