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Primary School and Nursery

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Primary School and Nursery


Forest School Day-Nursery

Britannia celebrate National Fitness Day


I hope you all enjoyed the samba dance or other Imoves videos, I know my class really enjoyed it! The lunch time activities were a real success and it was great to see so many children from across the school getting involved. It was also fantastic to see the year 6 sports leaders being so responsible and kind to the younger children in particular. I’ve attached some photos from the field.
Thanks again,

Mr Turner

British science week at Adastral Park 2017

The Mayor opens our new Music Pod

Roald Dahl Day

"Life at Britannia." Photography and photo editing by Year 5.

Potato competition

A huge congratulations to the Year 2 Gardeners who entered the Grow Your Own Potato competition this year!  As a school, we came in second place in Suffolk with just over 2kg of potatoes at the final weigh in!
All of the gardeners have been extremely resilient due to the nature of the British weather and it really has paid off!




The 'Fallen Oak'. All the children are enjoying the new play equipment on the field.

Pigs go wild!

Britannia are joining in the Pigs go wild project in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.  Most children will be painting their own little pig on our sculpture.  Come back to the gallery later on to see the finished piggy!  Click here for more information about Pigs go Wild in Ipswich.




Tractors into Schools. Britannia Primary, Ipswich. Year one pupils and staff with Charlie Trembath and Dan Kiddy of Kerr Farms, Easton

Primary school pupils got a chance to see the huge scale of machinery used to power the beating heart of Suffolk’s rural economy.

Suffolk Agricultural Association (SAA) took its Tractors into Schools initiative on the road again to get children thinking about farming.

The charitable organisation, based at Trinity Park, aims to visit as many schools as possible across the county, giving children the opportunity to meet a farmer and explore the workings of a tractor.

The scheme was set up to forge relations between schools and the farming industry, and to teach children about agriculture and where their food comes from.

SAA chief executive, Phillip Ainsworth said: “Research tells us that, despite all efforts, far too many children still have little or no understanding of what farmers do, and what they produce – in other words, where their food comes from.

“We hope that by taking a tractor into a playground we will be inspiring young children to learn more about the food that they eat and help them to become aware of the exciting career opportunities within agriculture and other land-based industries.”

Ipswich’s Britannia Primary and Handford Hall Primary joined the list of schools to take part yesterday.

Tracey Pratt, design and technology coordinator, and year three teacher at Britannia Primary, said: “The children all had a wonderful time. There was a great deal of excitement when the tractor arrived.”

Britannia Primary also runs a cookery club and subscribes to the Tesco Let’s Get Cooking initiative, which aims to give everyone the opportunity to learn how to prepare good food.Don’t miss out – buy your East Anglian Daily Times on Monday, March 14 to see more pictures.

A flavour of life at Britannia.

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