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  • World Book Day 2015

    Published on Monday 9th March 2015

    Children and staff at Upton Meadows celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 5th March 2015 by dressing up as their favourite book characters.

    30 lucky children also visited Sainsbury's on Weedon Road where they received a World Book day activity pack and were treated to a behind the scenes tour of the store.

    As you can see from the photos on our class blogs, we had so much fun celebrating the books that we love to read!

  • TAMHS Balloon launch.

    Published on Friday 13th February 2015

    Today we celebrated Mental Health Awareness day in school. 

  • Dad's breakfast.

    Published on Friday 13th February 2015

    Thank you to everyone who was able to join us for Dad's breakfast on Thursday.

  • Visit to Learning Resource Centre

    Published on Thursday 29th January 2015

    Visit to Learning Resource centre. 

  • New News Story

    Published on Monday 19th January 2015

    We are delighted at Upton to be starting a new partnership with The Royal and Derngate Northampton. 

  • Happy New Year!

    Published on Tuesday 6th January 2015

    Happy New Year. 

     

  • Merry Christmas

    Published on Friday 19th December 2014

    Merry Christmas and a happy new year from everyone at Upton Meadows Primary.

  • Remembrance Day 2014

    Published on Tuesday 11th November 2014
    Remembrance day. Lest we forget. 
  • Poetry visit.

    Published on Friday 7th November 2014

    Upton children meet the poet Rachel Rooney.  

  • Ofsted grade Upton Meadows as 'Good' across all areas.

    Published on Tuesday 21st October 2014
    We are delighted to announce that following our recent Ofsted inspection we were graded 'Good' across all areas. 

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