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  • Harvest celebrations.

    Published on Tuesday 14th October 2014
    On Monday 13th October we celebrated Harvest. 
  • Harry Potter World.

    Published on Monday 13th October 2014
    Some children in year 5 were lucky enough to visit Harry Potter world with Mrs Palmer on Wednesday 1st October 2014. They had a magical day and got to see lots of the props and sets used in the films. 
  • Roald Dahl Day

    Published on Monday 13th October 2014

    Friday 26th September 2014 we celebrated Roald Dahl day at school with lots of fun and exciting activities. We all came to school dressed up as characters from his books, everyone looked amazing. 


  • Free Hot Lunches

    Published on Friday 25th April 2014

    Details of the Government's Free School Meals for September 2014

  • Latest school clubs

    Published on Thursday 24th April 2014

    Latest club information available, please click on the attached link. 

  • Espresso Comes to Upton

    Published on Friday 4th April 2014

    BAFTA award-winning Espresso Primary services for your child to use at home to motivate, engage and support learning.

  • Cheeky Monkey Mini Marathon

    Published on Thursday 3rd April 2014

    On Thursday 3rd April 2014 the whole will be taking part in a charity event to raise money for Children with Cancer UK charity and Lu15 cancer charity.

  • New News Story

    Published on Friday 21st March 2014

    After School Clubs Cancellation

  • New News Story

    Published on Tuesday 25th February 2014

    Happy Puzzle Company Visits Upton

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