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  • 17/11/17

    CHILDREN IN NEED-GRAND TOTAL:  £815.76!!

    A fantastic total - £815.76 our best ever amount collected!
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  • 19/10/17

    Terrific teamwork at Tag Rugby Tournament

    9 Putteridge children attended the annual Tag Rugby Tournament held at Luton Town Rugby Club.   30 different teams were entered into the tournament and the Putteridge team consisted of: Tom S, Thomas B, Gabriella H, Josh C, Shannon M, Sam T, Scarelett O, Joe C and Finley K...
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  • 10/11/17

    Year 5 & 6 girl's football tournament

    Putteridge entered the tournament on Tuesday 7th November and were drawn in pool D. The team consisted of: Scarlett, Irene, Isabelle, Daisy, Shannon, Anabelle and Gabriella. Having played four games in the pool round, the Putteridge team finished 2nd on goal difference and qualified for the knock...
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  • 13/10/17

    Dominant Putteridge seal second victory of the season

    Putteridge vs Beech Hill 12/10/17
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  • 13/10/17

    Putteridge's winning start to the football season

    Putteridge vs Bramingham 28/09/17
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  • 20/07/17

    If you go down in the woods...

          On Tuesday the children in KS1 enjoyed a Putteridge style teddy bears picnic.  They started the day by watching a brilliant production of Golilocks and the three bears.  This was followed by a drama workshop...
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  • 01/07/17

    Spectacular singing !

    On Friday 30th June, 26 members of the school choir took part in a Singing Spectacular. Held at Stopsley Baptist Church and organised by Luton Music Service, 9 different school choirs joined together to create one harmonious voice.   Our pupils were extremely well behaved and sang their h...
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  • 19/06/17

    Sun Cream in School

    Following a number of queries from parents today regarding the application of sun cream, we have contacted the school nursing team, who have advised the following: As sun cream is not a prescribed medicine it should not be held in school. Parents should ensure that a liberal appli...
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  • 12/05/17

    Quick thinking = Life saving

    Read how the the quick thinking actions of one of our Year 6 pupils truly were life saving.
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  • 08/05/17

    Pocket Toys in School

    Children in Foundation Stage, KS1 and KS2 should not be bringing pocket toys into school.   The school provides a wide range of toys and games for children to play with at lunchtime and playtimes.
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