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Copyright - Toddington St George
Church of England School - 2017
Manor Road, Toddington, Bedfordshire, LU5 6AJ  Tel: 01525 872360
Academy Company Number  
08285812
“TSG - the place to be!”
Welcome to our photo gallery, here you will see some of the great things we do at Toddington St George. Don’t forget there are many more pictures to look at on our individual class pages, click on one of the images below to visit their page
Nursery Ducklings
Reception Kingfishers
Reception Swans
Year 1 Puffins
Year 1 Penguins
Year 2 Hummingbird
Year 2 Toucans
Year 3 Robins
Year 3 Wrens
Year 4 Kestrels
Year 4 Condors
Nursery - Ducklings Reception -  Kingfishers Reception - Swans Y1 - Puffins Y1 - Penguins Y2 - Hummingbirds Y2 - Toucans Y3 - Wrens Y4 - Kestrels
The Big Tidy Up

A big thank you to the 32 children and 26 adults and school staff who turned up to tidy up Toddington and our school.
We collected 24 bags of litter and garden waste.
And .... The sun shone!
And... Mr Clough found frogs in our wild area!
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Preparing the school garden and pond for Summer
On a lovely sunny day in May, Mr Dudley cleaned the garden and pond ready for the summer.  The garden has lots of interesting things such as a Bug Hotel, Bird Feeders, a Bee House and a pond to encourage frogs and newts.  When the weather is fine the children go into the garden to study mini beasts and wildlife in general.  It’s a fun place to be.
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Remembrance broadcast from the Tower of London
On Monday 10th November we took part in a nationwide Internet broadcast to thousands of schools in the United Kingdom from the Tower of London. We learnt that it’s important never to forget the sacrifices our armed services made over the last 100 years.   We also learnt about the significance of the poppies that were planted around the moat of the Tower. Each poppy represents one of the fallen soldiers from the Great War (WWI).  At the end of the broadcast we all stood in silence while a soldier played the Last Stand.   
School Remembrance Service
On 11th November we had a remembrance service to celebrate Armistice Day. Mrs Gaskin pained the outline of a Poppy on the hall floor and one by one we came into the hall and placed a Poppy on the floor. Afterwards we sang a song of remembrance.  
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Children In Need
This year the theme for Children In Need was supper heroes and our children dressed up as their favourite super hero character. Later we were luckily to have Pudsey Bear visit the school.  The following week we found out that we had raised £530.50 for Children In Need by selling poppies and contributing £1 for dressing up as super heros.
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RE Day
11th November was our RE day and also Remembrance day so we concentrated on how we could live in peace.  We made Poppies that we would use later in the day to make a giant poppy in the hall.
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Y4 - Condors Y3 - Robins
Shoe box appeal
In October Mrs Curtis came to the school to tell us about this year’s shoe box appeal. She explained that not all children in the world are as lucky as us in St Georges and some will not be receiving Christmas presents this year but we could help by filling a shoe box with small gifts such as pencils, note paper, small toys and sweets. This year our shoe boxes will be sent to Belarus to help the poor children in that country.  By the 15th November we had filled 100 boxes which were picked up by Mrs Curtis and transferred to the shipping depot.
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Keech Cottage
Claire from Keech Cottage visited the children and PTA of Toddington St. George Church of England School on the 5th November to thank them for the £23,572.24 they had raised for Keech Cottage over previous years.  This year the children had added £238.00 to their contributions and have lots of ideas for how to donate more.
Toddington St. Georges is well known for its strong commitment to inclusion so supporting Keech Cottage is a natural extension of the School’s commitment to every child.
Bramingham Bear visited to congratulate the children and present this year’s certificate for fund raising.   TSG children
World Book Day 2017
During the day we had teachers, admin staff and volunteers read to us from their favourite children’s  book.  
We all dressed up in our character’s costumes including the teachers  
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World Book Day Extreme Reading