Life is a journey, with problems to solve, lessons to learn, but most importantly experiences to enjoy!

Welcome to Thorn Grove Primary School!
Visits and visitors; clubs and celebrations; learning and laughter: we provide our children with unique experiences, which foster a love of life, a passion for living, and memories that will stretch a lifetime.

Why pupils think we are so good

We respect and listen to the voice of our pupils, for without their collaboration and mutual admiration ours would be a lonely world.

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Fantastic Football Results

Yesterday evening, our amazing year three and four footballers took part in their first competition. Eight girls and boys stepped on to the astroturf ready to represent the school and they did this magnificently.

The boys team, who faced very tough opposition, battled hard and worked amazingly as a team to finish in 6th place. The girls team, who started slowly, grew in confidence and won four straight game sin a row to finish third and secure their place in the next round of the competition.

On a cold night, the children all performed excellently and we are very proud of their efforts.

Here is a picture of our girls team

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Children in Need – Thursday 15th November

‘The Big Spotacular’

As you may already know, Monday 12th November is the start of this year’s BBC Children in Need Appeal Week. Thorn Grove is excited to be joining in with other schools across the UK to participate in fundraising for this good cause.

This year’s theme is ‘The Big Spotacular’ and we will be celebrating with a spotty themed non-uniform day on Thursday 15th November 2018. Think big or small – full spotty themed outfits and face paint or just a pair of spotty socks – we welcome and encourage it all! To help raise funds for Children in Need we ask anyone wishing to wear something spotty to bring in a suggested donation of £1 on the day.

As well as our non-uniform event, children will be attending a whole school assembly in which their class teachers will be participating in a spotty, pie challenge! Children will also be voting for 1 member of their class to compete in the child friendly version. We can guarantee it will be a side splitting event.

Thank you for your continued support and let’s make a big difference to the lives of children across the UK.

 

Yours faithfully,

Miss Bennett & Mrs Denford

 

BBC Children In Need Letter Nov 18v2

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Forest School – Adult Helpers needed!

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    Thorn Grove Primary School
    Woodstock Avenue
    Cheadle Hulme
    SK8 7LD