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Welcome to the Yoxford & Peasenhall
Gallery of Events

Numbers Day - 1st February 2019

Royal Wedding Tea Party - May 2018 (photo credit Sarah Lucy Brown/Archant)

Early Years Centre of Excellence Open Event - March 2018

Fun in the Snow - March 2018

Parent Cafe - January 2018

Mills Meadow Care Home - Christmas Play Visit - December 2017

Sizewell Visit

A trip to Sizewell Visitor Centre to meet the author and illustrator  Julian Shreeve who has just published his first book Montgomery Frog's Fierce Fish Adventure and  is also an engineer at Sizewell B power station.   The children listened to the author Julian reading the book and the Education team joined the children to create their own character out of paper and crafts. The children were also shown a machine that measured the radioactivity of different materials including a small dinosaur bone ! EDF Energy staff complimented Miss Ball and Mrs Steele on the engaging behaviour of our children and how polite and tidy they were :) . 


This is EYFS and Year 1 having a gym lesson and weaving in the forest making willow fencing for our raised bed competition for the Suffolk show!

Library Opening

Hermione Granger’s dad (Author and Actor Ian Kelly) swaps Hogwarts for the highly sucessful opening of the new library at Yoxford and Peasenhall Primary School

Shelter Building

Reception / Year 1 children building waterproof shelters.

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Suffolk Show 2017

The theme for the 2017 competition was 'Made in Suffolk'. Design work and planning took place in the school classroom with children aged up to 6 years old, with the gardens being built at Trinity Park during the week prior to the Suffolk Show which, this year was on the 31st May and 1st June. The gardens were judged on the first day of the show.

The children planned and drew designs, made and painted beach huts, the house in the clouds, created a veg garden, painted pebbles etc. The judges saw all their creativity and hard work and awarded second prize - the silver gilt award. 

PLease see the attached link for the article in the East Anglian Daily Times!!