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We upload some of the larger school events to this page but of course there's some much going on to celebrate.  Check out our fortnightly newsletters for more detail - they're the best place for latest info!  You could also check out our Facebook page which is updated periodically by either clicking the 'f' icon at the top of the page or by following this link.

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  • Pumpkin Decorating

    Published 02/11/22

    The families of Pamphill showed off their creative skills yet again with some incredible pumpkin decorating that adorned the school wall earlier this week.

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  • Oly Rush Visit: Plastic Pollution

    Published 02/11/22

    The school were delighted to be able to welcome Oly into school on Friday 21st October to speak with the children about the importance of looking after our oceans and his campaigns.

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  • Daily Echo: Premier League star Sylvain Distin opens play area in school

    Published 23/09/22

    A PREMIER League footballer and former Cherries star opened a Dorset school’s new play area. 

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  • The passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Published 09/09/22

    Following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we share our thoughts, prayers and condolences with the royal family at this time. We will also take this opportunity to teach and remind our pupils about the incredible life of service that she led as we focus on the Christian value of thankfulness. This morning we have held a collective worship that reflects such thoughts.

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  • Wimborne Folk Festival Performances

    Published 21/06/22

    Pamphill has a long-standing tradition of performing at the Folk Festival, and we were delighted to revive that this year.

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  • Ukraine Conflict Response

    Published 28/02/22

    The news and social media feeds are filled with the latest information, and some of it is very upsetting and worrying; and may not even be verified. Children listening and viewing distressing images can become frightened and fearful.  The age range of our children makes it impossible to respond to what is happening in a 'one-size-fits-all' way, and therefore we will be tailoring what is shared with the children accordingly.  What we feel is important as a school, is to prevent the spread of misinformation or the development of racial prejudices.

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  • Visual Vision Design

    Published 14/02/22

    We are delighted to be able to share this image. After a process in which pupils, parents, staff and academy committee members were able to contribute design ideas and their thoughts on what makes us who we are, the image below was designed by one of our Year 4 pupils, Leiarna. And we love it!

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  • Visual Vision Challenge

    Published 08/02/22

    As part of our new vision, the school wanted to develop an image that represents our values and ethos.  Who better to design it than our pupils and their families?

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  • Christingle Service

    Published 07/01/22

    The school took a short walk to the beautiful St. Stephens Church for a Christingle service like no other.

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  • Nativity Performance

    Published 07/01/22

    The children put on a brilliant show as a whole school, performing outside to their parents and families at the end of term.

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  • Christmas Fair

    Published 08/12/21

    The children have had a sensational time last Friday at the Christmas Fair.

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  • Local History Visit

    Published 08/12/21

    As part of their Bronze and Iron Age study, Stags took a trip to Badbury Rings - a local hill fort on 25th November.

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