Our Owl Class had an amazing time at their Farm Camp last week. Thank you to Mrs Jesse, Miss Clark, Miss Dore and Mr King and to all our families for ensuring the children were so well equipped for their camp.
This morning we were visited by Henry Adams who presented prizes to the winners of their Summer Competition - Design your Dream Room. 6 children were awarded with runner up prizes of a new water bottle with the over all winner being awarded with a badminton set. Congratulations to all our award winners.
Here are a selection of photos from last week. We had a very busy few days: our choir performed at The Hawth Theatre, we had a terrific sports' week and sports' day and to bring the week to an end we held our annual Year Three Camp.
Our choir have been lifting the ceiling at school with their wonderful singing! This evening they are going to join other schools in our locality at The Hawth Theatre and perform at the annual Music Festival.
Watch this video of them rehearsing to see just how brilliant they sound!
Mitoto Primary School have sent some great pictures and it looks like they have finally had rain! They have brought their school cow (which we have funded for them) and are beginning to farm it.
Today Robin Class face-timed West Chiltington Primary School and spoke to the Year One Class (Purple Class). This was to do with our Kenya Connecting Classrooms project as their school are also part of the British Council project. Robin Class loved using the laptop and asking the Year One children different questions about their school!
Work has finished for the day for our new playground equipment. It is already starting to take shape. We can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!
Work has started today on our new playground project. We can't wait until it is complete! Thank you PAKSA for your hard work and thank you to all our familes for raising the money to make it happen.
The Class heats have started today for the Easter Egg Rolling. They will continue through the week, with the Grand Finals taking place on Thursday at 2.30pm. See you there!
Thank you everyone for coming along to our Sport Relief Country Danceathon! It was a fantastic end to our week and we'll let you know just how much we've raised once we've finished counting all of the donations.
Hedgehog Class have had a fantastic day on board the SS Titanic. This afternoon they have played deck games and enjoyed food of the era whilst getting to know the passengers they are sat next to.
A lovely morning of decorating beautiful chocolate with award winning cake maker and chocolatier Laure Moyle, The Pudding Fairy. There are a few spaces left this evening - contact Jenny Lewsley if you would like to join in the fun!
The Lost Property Bin is very full. Anything not claimed by Wednesday will be donated to Bags of Support on Thursday 22nd March. Please come and claim your lost property. Thank you.
Everyone enjoying Paddington 2! Another great PAKSA event!
Did you know that in addition to achieving some of the best outcomes in reading, writing and maths in the county we also offer a fantastic range of curriculum enrichment opportunities for our children.
We love music at our school and this year we have seen a real boost in the numbers of children taking up a musical instrument. Every year, children get the chance in Year Three to learn the violin. Additionally we have children learning: the guitar, cello, violin, piano, keyboard and saxophone.
Watch this video to see and hear a terrific rendition of Danny Boy!
Our Gardening Club took full advantage of the Spring weather today and headed out to the front of school with our Gardening Club Leaders, Mrs D'Aoust and Mrs Fraser. They did a fantastic job of some weeding in the borders and tidying up the Hydrangea near the notice board.
Following on from their recent trip to Kenya, Mrs Jesse and Miss Hall welcomed parents to school this afternoon to see a presentation of their time at Mitoto Primary School, as well as try Chi Tea and Mendazi's (Kenyan Doughnuts).
On Thursday afternoon Robin Class and Mr King enjoyed storytime in our library with Mrs Smith.