At Pilgrims' Way we celebrate the diverse range of cultures, languages and religions represented by our pupils, their families and the world in which we live.
This page will allow you to see some of the events we mark in school and our wider community.
Black History Month
Black History month takes place every October, it is a time to celebrate the contribution black people have made to the history of the UK.
From finding out more about influential black men and women, to how the slave trade has shaped cities in the UK, there is lots to learn and discuss.
The children have been marking Black History month through focusing on authors. They have produced some fabulous displays reflecting their learning.
Language of the Term
We have over 25 languages spoken at Pilgrims' Way Primary school. To celebrate this we have a Language of the Term. This year we will be focusing on French, Makaton, Bengali, Italian, Polish and Tamil. We all learn together and welcome members of our community to support this.
During Term 6 we will be learning Tamil, why not learn together at home. Click on the link below for some help. At the bottom of the page is a PowerPoint that might also help.
Our school has strong historic links with the Armed Forces. We normally host an assembly in school, however things are a little different this year. We wanted to make sure we still marked this very important event. Year 6 children have produced a virtual assembly for you to watch and the whole school contributed to a Remembrance display.
Rabbit children celebrated Diwali in class making Diva lamps.
Every class has made decorations for the hall which look fabulous and festive.
We had to do things a little differently this year and produced a virtual nativity.
We held a non-uniform day in aid of Comic Relief on 19.3.21, this years theme was superheroes. During the pandemic we have appreciated a lot of superheroes:
Doctors, nurses, delivery drivers, supermarket workers (to name but a few!)
This year in school we marked Easter with a virtual Easter Bonnet Parade.
Happy Eid Wishes to all of our families that are celebrating today and tomorrow. Eid ul-fitr is the festival of breaking fast that is observed by Muslims around the world after a month of fasting from dawn to dusk during the holy month of Ramadan. Please see below for a PowerPoint with more information.