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Dr Bike – an all Weather Fixing Success!

Pleased to say that this mornings Dr Bike and Breakfast was a ‘fixing’ success despite a heavy downpour of rain. Our two Dr Bike mechanics ...
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Walk Once a Week with Strider!

We are delighted to be taking part again in the Walk once a Week (WoW) campaign. WoW has a proven track record of helping schools ...
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Schools to Market 2014 – The BIG Day Arrives!

As you know we are pleased to be taking part in Schools to Market 2014 courtesy of School Food Matters (SFM) and Stoke Newington Whole ...
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Family Learning Festival, Pottery, Clay and Ceramic Genius

Potter extraordinaire, Maria, made a welcome return this afternoon to lead a one off session in celebration of the Family Learning Festival. Our families, designed ...
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Autumn Music Camps, Play Schemes and Other Super Activities

With the October half term break approaching fast, we will be adding information about Hackney’s fabulous Holiday Camps, Play & Music Schemes, Adventure Playgrounds and ...
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Out of this World – Hackney’s Fabulous Family Festival 2014!

Hackney’s annual Family Learning Festival this year runs from 18th October to 2nd November and is hurtling towards us. It is a fantastic opportunity for ...
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Active Travel – Grazebrook Gains Silver….Again!

We are delighted to, once again, announce that we have gained Silver Accreditation from Transport for London (supported by Hackney Sustainable Travel) as an acknowledgement ...
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Stokie Whole Foods Store Tour

As you may have read from our Garson Farm report way back in September, we are delighted to be taking part in Schools to Market ...
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Countryside Live was Mooooo….vellous!

Grazebrook children from Classes 2G,2B, 5G & 5B were among 3000 primary school children able to enjoy a fabulous day of outdoor countryside discovery at ...
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