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African Drumming

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High Ashurst February 2018

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High Ashurst


Cordwalles chosen as a filming location June 2017

Cordwalles was delighted to be chosen as a film location for an ITV drama, which includes actors John Simm and Adrian Lester. John Simm, of ‘Dr. Who’ fame, was playing the part a father bringing his two children to school, so these young actors were also part of the filming. The crew even changed the name of the school to ‘Wembley Park Primary School’ for the day! The children were very interested in hearing about the crew and seeing the filming equipment on the playground after school. Whilst we were not part of the filming, we were pleased to be able to offer our front playground as a location!


Our Science Phiz lab

At Cordwalles Junior School we highly regard Science as a crucial subject to expand curious minds. Our Phiz Lab enables us to deliver exciting and exhilarating lessons in an environment ideal for learning! We are currently in the process of creating a new robust Science Curriculum which will take our learning to the next level in order to achieve extraordinary results in an extraordinary facility.


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Hampton Court Palace Year 4

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Year 3 Reading Museum Trip

On Friday 1st December our Year 3 children travelled to the Reading Museum to see the embroidered copy of the Bayeux Tapestry.  The tapestry is 70 metres long and it took 35  skilled Victorian women a whole year to make in 1885.  The children were able to find out more about the Battle of Hastings through the hands on interactive exhibits there and dress up in costumes made in a similar style to those worn in 1066.  Year 3 behaved impeccably during their first visit off site as Cordwalles pupils. 

Reading Museum