Christmas is an exciting time in school. The children have enjoyed learning about the Christmas story, making a class advent calendar, Christmas cards to take home to their families, laughed at Malcolm the Magician, spent their pennies at the School Fayre and eaten a yummy Christmas lunch. Most importantly, performed their nativity play, ” A […]
To inspire our Year 1 & 2 children in their newspaper writing, Kelly Wickham from the Chichester Post, visited school. She chatted to the children about important aspects of newspaper article writing. The children learnt that it is important to have the correct facts , interview witnesses and make sure that the article is informative and interesting to read. […]
As part of the Year1/2 topic Hot, Hot, Hot the Fire Service visited our school. The children learnt about fire safety and the role the Fire Service play in keeping us safe. Looking around the fire appliance was interesting and squirting the water from the fire hose was great fun! The children will now have lots […]
21st November 2018
The children came to school today in non-uniform/spotty outfits for a donation to this important charity. They had an assembly telling them how this charity supports children less fortunate than themselves. Afterwards they put their coins on the Pudsey Bear picture. Thanks to your generous donations we raised over £125, brilliant!
Part of Keystage 1’s topic, Hot Hot Hot, the children have studied the Great Fire of London. The children were really inspired and found the historical story fascinating. As part of their learning some children built a model of London depicting the Great Fire, even making sure the buildings were close together and made of wood. […]
We had a special assembly in school to remember those who died in wars so that we may live the free lives we enjoy today. The children took their roles of placing the wreaths against our alter very seriously. In an earlier assembly the poppy collection box was weighed and then weighed again during the Remembrance […]
The Early Years children thoroughly enjoyed their pizza workshop. They enjoyed making the dough and kneading it to make it smooth. Adding their favourite vegetables to the topping made their pizzas colourful and when cooked the children noticed the changes in how their pizza looked. They took them home to share with their families.