Today we had an un-bear-lieveably successful Stay and Play session. Joined by their mum or dad every child made their own unique teddy bear. There was such a buzz around school as bears were stuffed! Each bear had a red felt heart placed inside before outfits and accessories were made during our very own build […]
The school had its Leavers’ Service today in St George’s Church. It’s a time when we celebrate the achievements of our Year 2 children and take time to say goodbye to them. We also mark the moving on of our other children to their new classes. This year was especially sad as we said goodbye […]
The year 2 children had a fabulous time in Slindon Woods participating in Forest School activities. They made swords, axes and bandannas, cooked s’mores (marshmallows between 2 biscuits ) on a fire they made themselves, made dens and bridges. Some were lucky enough to meet a passing horse!
Thank you to all who supported our Summer Fayre. We raised the amazing sum of £715!
Our year 1 children attended a sports festival at the Westgate Leisure Centre. Many children from local schools also attended the event. The children, along with their peers from other schools, experienced new activities and enjoyed the chance to build upon their existing skills.
Thank you to the Bishop Luffa Sports Leaders and their teacher Mr Brown who helped us to run our sports day this year. Our children were split into teams and each team was given the name of a country. The children enjoyed a circuit of different activities such as throwing, balancing, and hurdling, gaining points […]
As part of our transition schedule the Year 2 children visited Central Junior Academy School to enjoy a morning of art. The day was based around the story of ‘The Soul Bird’. A book which represents the range of emotions that we all feel. Our children together with Year 2’s from Lancastrian and Year 3 […]
Our Early Years Foundation Stage children visited the Aldingbourne Country Centre yesterday, luckily the weather was kind! The children had a fabulous day getting close to nature by making dens in the woods, seeing and touching a variety of animals and making nests for their animals that they made out of clay. You can see […]
Sports Leaders from The Regis Community School came to Rumboldswhyke to run a ‘Pirates’ based sports morning. The children were split into small groups and each group had a turn at the different activities. The activities included; Simon Says – Warm Up Sword fighting – Mini Fencing Cannon Balls – Rolling Dodgeball Lifeboats and Walking […]
Little Big Sing was a singing event held at Kingsham Primary School for all Year 2 children in the locality. The children learnt two songs that they could all sing together and each school sang a song individually. The children also had great fun playing singing games with actions! (Data Protection only allows us to […]