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  • 25/06/18

    Summer Fair 2018

    See our News and Events page to view our Summer Fair videos.
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  • 26/02/18

    Introducing Antoni, from Apple Class, Headteacher for the Day!

    Introducing Antoni, from Apple Class, Headteacher for the Day!
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  • 02/10/17

    autumn Term 2017

    OPEN DAY SESSIONS FOR NEW RECEPTION PARENTS OF CHILDREN STARTING SCHOOL SEPTEMBER 2018 Wednesday 18th October 2017 9.30am - 11am Thursday 9th November 2017 9.30am - 11am Wednesday 15th November 2017 1.30pm - 2.30pm If you would like to book a session please contact the lower site...
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  • 14/07/17

    Sports day 2017

    Three Bridges Primary School Sports Day 2017...
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  • 06/07/17

    Summer Fair 2017

    Three Bridges Primary School Summer Fair was a super success...
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  • 23/06/17

    Theatre comes to Three Bridges

    Look for the bare necessities...
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  • 12/06/17

    Three Bridges General Election

    Pupils of Three Bridges Primary had their own General Election on the day of the national election. Click here to find out more...
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  • 08/06/17

    New term, New Topics

    The start of the second half of the Summer Term saw lots of classes in the school beginning their new topics with a Stunning Start.
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  • 12/05/17

    Groundforce Day

    On May 6th, members of the Three Bridges Primary School community gathered at the Lower Site to give it a fantastic Groundforce Style makeover.
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  • 20/01/17

    Yaseen's Amazing Homework

    Yaseen was very interested in the Year 3 Home Learning tasks.  He had to create a booklet about animals.
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  • 27/09/16

    Worth Less? - Urgent update and action - September 2016

    You will be aware that schools and academies in West Sussex remain massively underfunded when compared to the national average or London.  This year, West Sussex children received £44m less than the national average and £200m less than the average London borough.  Your support is urgently...
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