Community-spirited children from Stradbroke Primary Academy gave up their Sunday to help shoppers with their packing and raised over £300 for a school trip.
- Read MorePublished 21/05/19
- Read MorePublished 16/05/19
Children from Stradbroke Primary Academy explored the vital role of microorganisms in food production at a university science workshop.
- Read MorePublished 26/03/19
There’ll be eggcellent fun and treats galore at Stradbroke Primary Academy’s Easter fair.
- Read MorePublished 08/03/19
Children at Stradbroke Primary Academy celebrated World Book Day with their favourite book characters - which they made from potatoes.
- Read MorePublished 08/02/19
Gruesome true tales of beauty products made from mouse fur and earthworms had children at Stradbroke Primary Academy enthralled as a historical fiction author visited the school.
- Read MorePublished 14/12/18
Pupils, staff, and parents from across the Inspiration Trust family of schools came together to celebrate the festive season with an evening of traditional readings and carols.
- Read MorePublished 15/11/18
Pupils at Stradbroke Primary Academy will help their teachers cross the finish line in a cycling challenge to pedal 423 miles for Children In Need.
- Read MorePublished 05/11/18
Pupils at Stradbroke Primary Academy had a wizard time as they invited family members to a Harry Potter-themed story café.
- Read MorePublished 28/09/18
A young footballer from Stradbroke Primary Academy is feeling top of the league as he’s scored a place in a Championship team’s elite training squad.
- Read MorePublished 20/09/18
Families and pupils are invited to enjoy some great bakes at a coffee afternoon to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support - with a prize for the junior star baker.
- Read MorePublished 24/07/18
A pupil at Stradbroke Primary Academy is pleased as punch after becoming the first ever brown belt at the school’s karate club.
- Read MorePublished 21/05/18
A young vocalist from Stradbroke Primary Academy has had a starring role in a glitzy concert that raised thousands of pounds for a children’s hospital.
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