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  • 07/03/24

    World Book Day at Witchampton !

    We celebrated our love of books in style on World Book Day this year. Everyone dressed up as their favourite book character and we started our day with a parade for families up on the playground. It was lovely to see so many families staying for refreshments afterwards. During the day we welcom...
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  • 04/02/24

    Jamaican Day

    A great day learning about Jamaica today as part of our Planet Protectors topic!
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  • 04/02/24

    Bugfest come to Witchampton!

    Badgers class had some larger than life invertebrate visitors this week!
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  • 24/01/24

    Fantastic Fossil Finds

    Witchampton visits the Etches Fossils Museum!
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  • 14/01/24

    BBC 500 Words

    We have three children who are through to the next round!
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  • 14/12/23

    Santa visits Witchampton!

    Santa and his sleigh visit Witchampton!
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  • 14/12/23

    The Christingle Service

    Our end of term ended with our traditional Christingle Service
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  • 10/12/23

    Lights, Camel, Action!

    Our Nativity - Lights, Camel, Action!
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  • 23/11/23

    Outdoor explorers Press Release!

    Witchampton Church of England First School has expanded its ‘outdoor explorers’ site for the children.
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  • 12/10/23

    Planet Wimborne

    Congratulations to Wilbur, who was awarded his trophy and book voucher as one of the winners of the Planet Wimborne poster competition. He enjoyed a special tea party that was held at Wimborne Library for all the winners. There were over 200 entries from local schools!
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  • 04/07/23

    New News Story‚Äč

    Witchampton Church of England First School is officially ‘good’, according to its most recent Ofsted report.
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