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Leni, Year 5, has been taking part in several football competitions recently. Her team reached two 'finals' (they finished runners up) and one semi semi-final. Well done Leni!

Learning about the Emergency Services in Year 1


On Thursday 4th July two parents visited Year 1 to tell us about their jobs and 'what the Police do'. They talked about how they help to keep us safe in the community and the number we should call if we need help from the Police or other emergency services. We looked at the equipment they use and we had lots of fun trying on the uniform!

The visit was planned to enhance our PSHE curriculum.


Hot Chocolate with the Head Teacher


On Thursday 4th July, selected children from across the school had hot chocolate and cake with the Head Teacher, they shared their writing and the work they are proud of.

Children are chosen for their effort, progress or attainment in writing.

Well done: Isla, Phoebe, Emily, Luella, Caoimhe, Amelia, George, Charlie, Darcey and Emily.

Year 3 & 4 District Sports


On Tuesday 2nd July we took a team of 33, Year 3 and Year 4 children to the District Sports at Basildon Sporting Village. The children took part in sprint races, long distance races, long jump, throwing events and relay races. 



We would like to give a special mention to: Alma and Erin, Year 3, and Layla, Year 4, who made it to the semi-finals of the 60m sprint.

Cleo, Year 3 finished fifth overall in the 600m race.

Teddy, Year 3 finished fourth overall in the standing long jump.

Poppy, Year 4 finished eighth overall in 600m.

Edward Year 4 finished fifth overall in the sprint.

Denny, Year 4 came second overall in the chest push!

The Year 3 girls relay team finished sixth overall.

The Year 4 boys relay team finished eighth overall.

The Year 3 girls team finished eighth overall out of 23 schools.

The Year 3 boys team finished fifteenth overall out of 23 schools.

The Year 4 girls team finished fifteenth overall out of 23 schools.

The Year 4 boys team finished eighth overall out of 23 schools.


We would like to say, 'well done' to all of the children who attended the Districts Sports - the children gave it 'their all', they implemented what we had practised, and showed good sportsmanship.

They were fantastic ambassadors for Noak Bridge, and staff from other schools commented on our children's behaviour throughout the day.

Schools Team Ministry Assembly


On Monday 1st July, Charlotte from the Schools Team Ministry led her final assembly of the year, sharing Christian stories in an interactive and engaging way. 

Irish Dancing


Jorgie in Year 5's, hobby is Irish Dancing and she takes part in many competitions. On this occasion she came 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th - Well done Jorgie!

MAT Philosophy Event at Noak Bridge


On Wednesday 19th June Mrs Sparrow led a MAT Philosophy event at our school for Year 3 children. Our themes were right and wrong, self control and temptation. Our discussions were begun by reading the book Oh No, George! By Chris Haughton. The children had a great afternoon.

British Cycling Competition


Harry, Year 6, competed at a British Cycling event on the 8th and 9th June and placed 4th which was a fantastic result.

Well done Harry!


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Essex Fire and Police workshops, with Year 6


To enhance our PSHE curriculum we have organised for 'Essex Fire and Police' to deliver an education programme to our Year 6 class and to teach about knife crime and cyber safety.


The aim of this programme is to deliver important messages about the dangers of knife crime and covered a number of important topics, including: joint enterprise, custodial sentences, and the adolescent brain and decision making. We want children to understand the consequences of carrying/using a knife, understand the implications of joint enterprises and to investigate ways of addressing peer pressure.


The aims for cyber safety session were to focus on the hidden dangers of social media, online gaming, online predators, cyberbullying, and identity theft. We want children to understand the risks of being online, understand what cyberbullying is, the impact and consequences of online bullying, understand what an online scam is, how to keep information safe and to understand how to stay safe online when using social media, games, and websites.

Dancing at Wembley


On Saturday, Hazel performed a dance routine on the pitch of Wembley Stadium during half-time of the Rugby League Challenge Cup final with her dance group!

Girls Can Build Programme


For the next few weeks, girls in Key Stage 2 will be accessing the 'Girls Can Build' programme, one year group a week.

Year 3 = Friday 14th June

Year 4 = Friday 21st June

Year 6 = Wednesday 26th June

Year 5 = Friday 28th June


'Girls Can Build' is an exciting new initiative inspired by the women at OCL, that gives KS2 girls a chance to learn about the world of construction, understand the different roles in the industry and genuinely feel excited about a career in construction in the future.


To see photographs click on the link below.

Sports Day 2024


On Thursday 13th and Friday 14th June 2024, the whole school took part in our annual Sports Days which consist of both field and track events. 


The children were very excited and put 100% effort into their events and races. It was lovely to see Reception enjoy their first Sports Day at Noak Bridge and to see all of the children cheering on their friends, team mates and encouraging each other - we even saw children helping peers over the line!


To see photographs from sports day, please click on the link below.



Art and Craft Display in Billericay Library


Last week, Mrs Richardson, displayed the art work created by children from Noak Bridge Primary School who attend the 'Arts and Craft Club' in Billericay Library. We are sure you agree, the display looks fantastic - excellent collages!

Year 2 Trip to the Sea Life Centre and the Beach


On Monday 3rd June, Year 2 visited the Sea Life Centre in Southend to consolidate their learning within Science and Geography.

The children learned lots about the sea life around our coasts and looked at features of a coastline.

Everyone had a great time!

Thank you to the parents and Governors who gave up their time to support the trip.


To see all of the photos, please click on the link below.

MAT Animal Workshop


On Friday 24th May, some children in Year 6 were selected to attend an 'animal workshop' at Janet Duke Primary School where they held a whole range of animals. The children had a lovely afternoon.

We would like to say a huge 'thank you' to Mrs Scates for taking the children.

Hot Chocolate with the Head Teacher


Children from across the school were nominated by their teachers to have hot chocolate with Mrs Patient as a reward for their effort, progress or attainment in writing. So on Thursday 24th May the selected children got to enjoy hot chocolate, cakes and sharing their writing with the group.

Other children will get the opportunity next half term.

Year 5 and Year 6 Trip to Nuclear Races


On Tuesday 21st May 2024, Year 5 and Year 6 travelled to 'Nuclear Races' for a fun filled day.

The children experienced many adventurous activities, climbed obstacles, swam through mud and went on a 'death slide' to name a few. They were covered in mud by the end but all had smiles on their faces! They took part in team building activities and demonstrated our school values by being effective communicators, healthy, kind, respectful and positive.


To see all photos, click on the link below:

Basildon Junior Music Festival 


On Tuesday 22nd May, the choir spent a day rehearsing and then performed at the 'Basildon Town Gate Theatre' in the evening as part of the 'Junior Music Festival'.


It was a wonderful evening (apart from the fire alarm prior to the performance!) and the children sang their hearts out. Mrs Scates and Mrs Milbank said the children behaved impeccably at all times and were excellent ambassadors for the school. We would like to mention that Juno, Year 4, sang a solo part at the start of the concert - she sang beautifully and was so brave, and confident!

We are so proud of our choir.


We would like to say a huge 'Thank You' to Mrs Milbank for leading choir practice every week and for helping the children to be ready for the performance.

We would also like to thank Mrs Scates who gave up her time to support the choir during the evening performance.


'Thank You' to the families and friends who also attended the concert to support the school choir. 






Lee Chapel Netball Rally 


On Saturday 18th May 2024, our school netball team took part in the annual netball rally.

The team played 6 matches over the afternoon supported by their families, friends and staff.

The team played brilliantly - there was some excellent marking, shooting, defending and passing, they also had the most the enthusiastic 'congratulations cheer' at the end of the match.

The team exemplified our school values by being respectful, kind, effective communicators, healthy and positive!


Thank you to the families, friends and staff for your support, it was an enjoyable afternoon.

Year 6 SATs, Breakfast Club


The week beginning 13th May, marks the start of Year 6 SATs week.

The Parents and Friends Association (PFA) kindly organised a continental breakfast for all of the children in Year 6, to set them up for the day!


Thank you for your kind gesture, the children thoroughly enjoyed eating breakfast together.


Schools Team Ministry Assembly


On Monday 13th May 2024, Charlotte, from the 'Schools Team Ministry' came to Noak Bridge to lead one of her fun and engaging assemblies for the whole school.

Christmas Card Recycling


Thank you to everyone who brought their Christmas cards into school to be recycled - we collected a huge 11kg of cards!

We have received a 'Recycling Award' certificate of achievement to acknowledge our success.


Let's hope we can do this again next year and recycle even more.

Eggstraordinary Easter!


Mia, Year 3, overcame her fear of heights to climb to the top of the O2 in London to meet the Easter bunny. Once at the top she decorated chocolate eggs and was given a medal for her achievement. She said she had the best time and really enjoyed the views from the top pointing out the landmarks she recognises. The whole experience was about 2 hours including doing the climb up and down and enjoying all the Easter activities in between.


Year 3 and Year 4 Trip to Layer Marney


On Thursday 28th March 2024, Year 3 and Year 4 went on a school trip to Layer Marney, in Colchester.

The children had a fun filled day taking part in Egyptian Workshops (Year 3) and Year 4 enjoyed Roman Workshops to further enhance their History learning this term.


To see all the photographs, click on the link below:


Year 6 DT - Hot Cross Buns


Year 6 came to the end of their 'Culture and Seasonality' unit within Design Technology (DT), they made and cooked their own hot cross buns.

The buns looked great! Well done Year 6.


Epilepsy Awareness


On Tuesday 26th March we wore purple within school to raise awareness of Epilepsy.

We were so fortunate that the Judd family joined us in leading a whole school assembly to talk about Epilepsy within their family and how this affects their daily life.

We really appreciate you sharing personal stories, we know this takes a lot of courage.


If you are interested, please look at the websites below:


Year 1 writing instructions to make a sandwich


On Wednesday 20th March Year 1 made a ham or cheese sandwich by following the instructions they had written within their English lessons - they had a great time!

World Book Day - Design a Book Token Competition


As part of World Book Day, we asked all children to design a book token so that we could enter the National competition.

We have sent off our entries and fingers crossed we have a winner in the school!

Please see below for a selection of the wonderful designs.

Year 6 DT - Food, celebrating cultures and seasonality

As part our DT unit this Spring we have been looking at how food is an important part of culture and  religion, as well as the seasonality of food.

We will be creating our own 'hot cross bun' design based on the results of our homework questionnaire, we asked our families our research questions and the results of our tasting evaluation.

We had a lovely afternoon tasting a wide variety of hot cross buns from the traditional recipe to a 'cheesy' version, which was surprisingly delicious.

National Girl's Football Day

International Women's Day

8th March 2024


Noak Bridge Primary School are today celebrating National Girl’s Football Day. #LetGirlsPlay is the country’s biggest ever football session and we are delighted that we can support this important initiative. This day recognises the importance of girls playing football and to raise awareness about the barriers that are still present, which can stop girls from playing the sport. Through supporting this, we hope we can play our part in achieving equal opportunities in football.

Throughout the day, every girl in the school will have the opportunity to play football with their class. In addition to this, at lunch time, we will hold an ‘only girls’ football session.

Because of the opportunity to play today, I am hoping that some girls will want to start playing football. Below is a link that you can use to find local football sessions if your child is interested.

World Book Day 2024!

Read Your Way


On Thursday 7th March 2024 the whole school celebrated World Book Day.

Everyone made a fantastic effort with their costumes, particularly the 'home made' costumes! Thank you to the teachers for joining in too.

We had an enjoyable day which involved entering the 'Design a book token' competition, joined a national online 'Footy Quiz', joined an live session with an author, took part in a book swap or the children were gifted a book and shared reading with other classes - some Year 6's also read with the children in pre-school.

There is also a rumour that a dinosaur invaded the astro pitch!

It was a wonderful day.


To see all of the photographs in the online gallery, click on the link below.

Year 5 and 6 Netball Match


On Monday 26th February 2024 our netball team had a tough competition against Kingswood school.

The year 5 and 6 team played amazingly and won the match!

The score was very close the whole way through, however in the last quarter we scored a great goal that led us to the final score.

By Annabelle and Maggie

Learning about Buddhism


On Thursday 15th February 2024, Year 5, were visited by a parent who practices Buddhism and she talked to the class to share her practice and beliefs.

The staff and children found it very informative and we learned a lot - we even did a whole class chant! The children were very respectful and asked interesting questions.

MAT French Day 


On Monday 12th February 2024, 6 children from Year 3 and 4, went to Janet Duke Primary School for our MAT (Multi Academy Trust) French Day. The children had croissants for breakfast, learnt facts and information about France, and made an apple 'tarte tatin'. They had a great day!

Noak Bridge is a TPP School!


In the Autumn term 2023 we completed training all staff in the 9 'advanced' elements of 'Trauma Perceptive Practice' (TPP).

This has been a lengthy process which has taken around 2 years to disseminate the detailed information to staff through staff meetings, training sessions and INSET days.


We would like to thank all our staff for their dedication to understanding and improving the lives of the children who attend Noak Bridge.



World Book Day - Thursday 7th March 2024


Once again this year we will be celebrating 'World Book Day' by dressing up, swapping books and many other fun activities.


A letter and the book tokens have already been sent home.

Friday 9th February 2024 - Celebration Assembly

Mental Health Week - Millie in Year 2 wrote an acrostic poem about 'her voice' - It's fantastic Millie!

Live Author Literacy Session


On Thursday 1st February 2024, across the school, we joined authors Swapna Haddow (Key Stage 1) and Steve Camden (Key Stage 2) to learn all about world-building, an essential component of story creation and storytelling that will help pupils develop their understanding of place, character and narrative. In this interactive event, pupils had the opportunity to create a brand-new, fictional world live with Steven. Together with pupils from across the UK, we had the chance to imagine a magical street where a collaborative story begins and will challenge pupils to ask who could be behind each front door.


Supporting The Little Princess Trust


Naisha, Year 4, didn’t realise that her own hair could help make a wig for a poorly child, who had lost their own hair due to cancer or other medical conditions. 

So she decided to chop a whopping 13 inches off her beautiful hair! She is awfully proud of herself for being able to help.

Everyone at Noak Bridge is also incredibly proud of your kindness and generosity - well done! 


The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs, free of charge, to children and young people who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or to other conditions such as Alopecia.

The charity is also one of the largest funders of childhood cancer research in the UK.

The Little Princess Trust relies solely on the generosity of its wonderful supporters who help the charity give hair and hope to so many children and young people with cancer each year.

Benjamin, Year 6, has been playing for Perry Street FC as goalkeeper and has been playing incredibly well and received 'man of the match' for several matches consecutively - well done!

NSPCC - Speak Out, Stay Safe


In December 2023 class teachers led assemblies across the school produced by the NSPCC to talk to children about the different types of abuse, that abuse is never a child’s fault (KS2), how children can be hurt by others (KS1) and that children have the right to be kept safe and to know who a child can talk to if they need help.

The assemblies also made children aware of the Childline number and how they can access support.


Starting the new year with positive news


A good way to start the new year is with some good news through helping others and we would like to share that we managed to raise £169.95 for Children in Need in November!

Thank you for your support and kind donations.

Happy New Year!

Welcome back!


Please remember to recycle your Christmas Cards by putting them in the wheelie bin by the main office.

Wishing all of our families and the local community a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Noak Bridge Primary School.

Saying goodbye to Miss Fisher


Wednesday 20th December 2023 was Miss Fisher's last day at Noak Bridge School. Miss Fisher has been part of the team for 9 years and we will miss her quiet, warm and organised manner. We would like to thank her for her support in developing the choir and the English curriculum over the years.

We wish her the very best of luck in her new career.

Christmas Dinner


On Friday 15th of December we had our Christmas dinner day. The children wore Christmas jumpers, hats and hairbands - we listened to Christmas music while the staff served the children at their tables.

There was a great atmosphere and serving the dinner went very smoothly.


We would like to say a huge 'Thank You' to Mrs Stanley and Mrs Hemmings for preparing, organising and cooking a delicious Christmas dinner for nearly 200 people! 

Hosanna and Tommy in Year 5 asked if we could have Christmas dinner every day, had clean plates and gave it a 10 / 10!!


Christmas dinner

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Christmas Card Recycling


After Christmas, please bring all of your old Christmas cards and put them in our 'Christmas card recycling wheelie bin' which will be placed by the main entrance.

This is for Christmas cards ONLY - not general waste or recycling. 


Thank you

'Junior Scurry'


On Sunday 10th December, Hazel, Year 3 took part in the ‘junior scurry’ of the Southend Rudolph run which was a 1k race along the promenade.

Well done Hazel for demonstrating part of our school values - 'healthy'. 

Christmas Fair


On Saturday 2nd December 2023, the PFA organised a fantastic Christmas Fair.

Thank you to all of the families and members of the local community who came to play games, purchase hand made crafts, eat and drink Christmas goodies. It was a great day and very busy!


We would like to say a HUGE 'THANK YOU' to the PFA team  (who are small but mighty) for the many, many hours they spent organising, preparing and setting up for the fair - we really appreciate your dedication and support for the school.

Lunchtime Fun


Throughout the Autumn term we have had a sports coach support 'play' and 'games' every Wednesday lunchtime.

The coach has also been training Year 6 to continue the use of playground equipment and games during lunchtime which will start in the Spring term.

The children have enjoyed the range of games.

Online Author Workshop


On Friday 1st December 2023, Year 1 and Year 2 took part in a virtual author visit from Nick Sherratt and Pippa Goodhart. They listened as they read their book 'You Choose Christmas'. We helped the author's choose which Christmas jumper they would wear, and which job they would do at Santa's workshop. We also got to join Nick for some live draw-alongs!


Lola and Kiara made a bouquet of the beautiful Autumn leaves.

29th November 2023 MAT Key Stage 1 Art workshop at Noak Bridge - led by Mrs Mackenzie.

A festive message from Chase.

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Noak Bridge Christmas Tree


We would like to say a huge 'Thank You' to the Probert family (Dunton Christmas Trees) who again have donated our stunning Christmas tree for the main entrance.

As per tradition, Year 6 children decorated the tree while listening to some festive music!

Year 1 wrote stories for the Reception children based on an animal that had lost its smile and they had the opportunity to read them together.

Supporting Charities


Ndudim, in Year 3, has raised money for 2 charities.

He raised £350 for Great Ormond Street Hospital and an amazing £1400 for 'Midwives at Maternity Azur (MAMA)' which will pay for a midwife's salary in Uganda for a whole year!

This is a fantastic demonstration of our pupils exemplifying our school values and being good citizens within society.

Well done Ndudim!

Kindness supporting charities

Schools Team Ministry Assembly


On Monday 27th November 2023, Charlotte, came from the Schools Team Ministry to lead one of her fun and interactive assemblies bringing Christian message and this week she reminded us of the Christmas story.


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Netball match against Great Berry Primary School

MAT Science workshop at Great Berry Primary School

Year 1 Local Area Fieldwork


On Friday 17th November 2023, Year 1 went on their local area fieldwork walk for Geography. The children were looking at the local area to see what facilities and amenities are near to the school for example the village hall, the medical centre, the pond, the shop, the post office, the park etc. They were using a map with a 'key' to identify these and their route from school around the village and back to school. The children were very excited and had a great time.

A special 'thank you' to Mrs Jones who came to support the class for the trip.



MAT Tag Rugby Tournament


On Friday 17th November 2023, some Year 6 pupils attended a tag rugby tournament at Janet Duke Primary School. 

There were 4 schools that took part: Noak Bridge, Great Berry, Janet Duke and Lincewood, all the schools within our MAT.

We played 4 games and played some good rugby - our passing was particularly good. Mr West said we scored one of the best tries of the day. Everyone had a great time, tried their best and we enjoyed spending time as a team.


Written by Maggie and Tom. 

Online Safety Workshop


On Tuesday 14th November 2023 Year 5 attended an Online Safety live workshop with the '2 Johns' to learn about keeping safe online, our digital footprint, sending inappropriate images or messages, safely using social media and location privacy.

Wear Blue to support World Diabetes Day - Tuesday 14th November 2023

To see all the photographs from World Diabetes Day, follow the link below:

Farewell after 12 years!


On Friday 10th November 2023 we said a very sad goodbye to Mrs Jones who has worked at Noak Bridge for over 12 years but being part of the Noak Bridge community for longer as her children also attended the school. Mrs Jones has taught and supported many children over the years with her warm, compassionate and creative approach. We wish her well in her new chapter but we will miss her greatly.

Goodbye Mrs Jones

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Remembrance Day


On Friday 10th November we discussed and had activities across the school linked to Remembrance day.

Remembrance Day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to honour armed forces members who have died in the line of duty. 

Friday 10th November 2023 we had ADHD workshops across the school led by Amy from 'Multi Schools Council'.

PFA Halloween Disco


On Friday 3rd November 2023 the Parents and Friends Association (PFA) organised a spooky disco for the whole school.

Everyone had an amazing time and there was some energetic dancing!


We would like to say a HUGE thank you to the small team of parents who organised the event - the children had a great time.


If you would like to join and support the PFA please contact the school office.


To see more videos follow the link below.

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On Friday 3rd November 2023 Year 6 met their Reception buddies. They spent time playing, talking and reading together - everyone had a lovely time.

British Cycling Development Team


Harry, Year 6, spends many hours practising and competing on his BMX and he is now on the British Cycling Development Team!

This is an amazing achievement and everyone at Noak Bridge is incredibly proud.

Well done Harry!

Farewell to Mrs Wardle


On Tuesday 31st October we said, a very sad, goodbye to Mrs Wardle who has worked at the school for over 10 years, in many roles!

The children all gathered in the hall to wish her goodbye and thank her for her support to the children during her time at Noak Bridge.

We wish her every success in her new career.


You will be missed Mrs Wardle!




Noak Bridge Yarn Bombers


Once again the Noak Bridge Yarn Bombers have decorated the village with amazing knitted / crotched poppy art.

They will be on display for 4 weeks to give everyone the time to appreciate the creativity and talent we have in our community and to reflect during Remembrance. 

Bawdsey Manor

Year 6 Residential Trip 18th - 20th October 2023


This week our Year 6 class went to Bawdsey Manor (PGL) for their residential trip and they had a fun filled 3 days at the beautiful venue.

To see all photographs and videos please click on the link below.

Autism Workshops


On Friday 20th October 2023, Kierran Pearce from the Multi Schools Council (website link below) led workshops in classes across the school from Year 1 - Year 6. Kierran taught the children about Autism, that you cannot 'see' Autism, everyone has their different strengths and that we are all different.


These messages support our school values and RPSHE curriculum - we encourage children to be kind, teach that we are all different and we should be respectful towards each other.


Thank you Kierran! The children really enjoyed the workshops and they said that they now know more about Autism than they did before.


Sanaya, Year 4, received a trophy for 'being her best' in Ju Jitsu.

Cooking within English

Year 4


As part of our English lessons, we learnt how to write a recipe. Our teachers showed us a basic muffin recipe and we then researched how we could adapt it and add in extra ingredients to make it our own. Last week, we wrote our recipes and created our own recipes cards which Miss Topham then sent home. They all sounded delicious and some children even brought some muffins in that they had made at home.

William the Conkerer!


Robin, Year 2, made this fantastic conker snake and has named him William the Conkerer. 

The large snake is made of 100 conkers and is 217cm long. The baby snake is called Timmy and he is just 10 conkers, 22 cm long.

Robin collected the conkers from a Horse Chestnut tree in Noak Bridge and from one outside his dentist in Billericay. 

Robin's Grandad drilled the holes in the conkers. Robin threaded each conker onto the string with a large plastic needle.  He gave it a forked tongue and googly eyes. 



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Alma, Year 3, received a medal and certificate for gymnastics - well done!

Beauie, Year 3, received a medal for dance - well done!

Eli, Year 3, player of the week at football - well done!

Tommee, Year 3, achieved level 3 and swimming 10 metres certificates - well done!

Sophie, Year 1, received a badge for raising money for the 'Gold Geese' charity - well done!

Leo, Year 6, achieved the 'progress' award at Bright Boots football club - well done!

Pheonix, Year 5, was 'performer of the week' at Stand Out performing arts club - well done!

Tuesday 10th October 2023


Wear yellow for 'World Mental Health Day' - NO MONEY required.

Isabella, Year 4, received a trophy for great expression when performing - Well done!

Joshua, Year 3, has an array of medals for his skills in football - Well done!

Lola, Year 3, received a medal for her skills in dancing - Well done!

Season Branch


Pupils in Year 2 'painted' this branch with blackberries they squashed to make 'paint'. They decided to add some 'signs of Autumn'.

There also have plans for Christmas! Watch this space!

Ndudim, Year 3, was 'Warrior of the Week' at Ju Jitsu - Well done!


Last summer for his birthday Ndudim, Year 3, wanted to do a 7km walk to raise money for two charities. 

He owes a thank you to the school library as he found the idea in a school book!

This is amazing Ndudim and everyone at Noak Bridge is very proud!

Ndudim raises money for charity

Sponsored Obstacle Course


Sophie, Year 1, organised a sponsored obstacle race to raise money for the 'Gold Geese' Charity who provide practical and emotional support to families of children and young people fighting cancer in south east Essex.

Sophie managed to raise £168! This is amazing and everyone at Noak Bridge is very proud!




Mollie, Year 2, shared her special drawing.

Charlie, Year 2, received a football trophy. Well done!

Amelia-May, Year 5, received a trophy for ju-jitsu. Well done!

Joey, Scarlett, Evelyn and Oliver were our Times Tables Rock Stars (TTRS) this week! Keep up the great work.

Sanaya, Year 5, was gymnast of the week. Well done!

'The Makery' Debut


Mia, Year 3, took part in the TV show called 'The Makery' for Sky Kids


Hello everybody, I'm Mia and I do modelling. I filmed on the tv show the Makery for sky kids at the Maidstone studio. It's really big there. 

I made some friends called Sohan and Victoria. I filmed for 4 episodes and saw all the tv sets. I ate lots of food that was delicious. 

Now it's time for my clip.

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Noak Bridge Hedgehogs


Last Tuesday Fern and Robin helped to rescue a hedgehog within Noak Bridge village.

The hedgehog was out during the day - which is not a good sign as they are nocturnal. He/she looked quite small and he/she was in the road.

The family phoned South Essex Wildlife Hospital in Orsett and they said to please bring the hedgehog to them.

They have about 80 hedgehogs in their care at the animal hospital. They need to weigh 600g by December so they have enough fat to survive their winter hibernation. 

We hope he/she makes a speedy recovery.

Hazel, year 3, took part in a running event. Well done!

Fallon, year 1, was ‘warrior of the week’ at Ju Jitsu. Well done!

George, year 5, shared his signed photo of Wayne Rooney.

Nancy, year 3, achieved her ‘grow your own’ badge at Brownies. Well done!

Amazing Football News


Johnny, Year 6, was scouted at a recent tournament and asked to attend the Ipswich Academy.

He was selected to play in the advanced development team, which is one level under the Academy level!

This is an amazing achievement and everyone at Noak Bridge are very proud - well done Johnny!



Keeping Healthy!


Hazel, in Year 3, ran the 'Thameside 10 for 10' - 1K race at the weekend and came second! 

She is demonstrating one of our school values - keeping healthy.

Well done.

Our litter picking crew is growing!

Well done Emily, Erin, Naisha, Scarlett, Isabella, Jessie, Avleen and Juno.

Demonstrating school values!


It was lovely to welcome all of the children back to school this week and we have had a positive start to the year.

A great example of this came from Scarlett, Willow and Isabella offering to pick up litter during their lunchtime showing that they are kind and respectful, two of our school values!

BMX Competition Success


Harry, Year 6, has been competing in more competitions over the summer and been successful again!

We are proud of your continued dedication and achievements Harry!

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House Team Winners for 2022 - 2023 are the Blue Team - Congratulations!

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Year 6 2023 Last Day at Noak Bridge! To see all the photos click on the link below.

Year 6 play petanque at Noak Bridge Village Hall 20th July 2023

Noak Bridge Year 4 Champion


Mollie, Year 4, represented Noak Bridge at the District Sports competition and ran the fastest time for Year 4 girls 600m, which made her the Year 4 Champion for 600m.

This is an amazing achievement, we are so proud!

Sports Day Team Winners


Key Stage One Winners: The Blue Team

Lower Key Stage Winners: The Green Team

Upper Key Stage Winners: The Green Team


Overall Sports Day Team Winners: The Green Team


Well done to everyone who took part!