Summer Term BOOKOPOLY Reading Challenge - Now live!
Three brand new Reading Challenges are now live! This term, children in Key Stages 1 and 2 will be selecting 10 books from the Book Trusts recommended top 25 for thier age group, while the Squirrels are encouraged to continue exploring the school library. Pupils have paper copies in their bookbags and an electronic copy is available at the bottom of this page. It is hoped that all children will undertake the challenge and enjoy discovering new books during the coming term. Completed challenge cards should be stuck into Home Learning Journals so teachers can hand out the 25 housepoint reward! Good luck!
Gold Sports Mark Awarded
We are delighted to have now received our Gold Sports Mark plaque in recognition for our outstanding commitment to enhancing the sports provision for all of our pupils. We continue to offer all of our childen two hours of P.E, which includes one hour of outside Games and one hour of indoor activity focusing on Gym or Dance. The Summer Term curriculum also includes orienteering in our extensive school grounds and swimming in our pool.
We are also excited to be competing in the calendar of School Sports in our local Petersfield and East Hampshire areas. Updates and results from these competitions can be found on our sports webpage. There is also a termly sports newsletter included on our news page.
Houses of Parliament
On Monday 13th June, members of the School Council, from Year R to Year 6, accompanied Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Langan to the Houses of Parliament where they were greeted by our local MP, Damien Hinds. The children enjoyed a guided tour, which included the House of Lords and the House of Commons, and learned about democracy at a national level. As well as seeing the Queen's toilet and spotting ghostly footprints, the children visited the Jewel Tower, one of only 2 buildings from the medieval Palace of Westminster to survive to the present day.
Joseph and his Amazing Techni-coloured Dreamcoat
Wow! What a show—we are immensely proud of all of the children who gave up their time to take part in this ambitious performance. The children blew us all away with their enthusiasm, resilience and stamina this week as they took to the stage to entertain the crowds with their performance of Joseph. Our sincere thanks go to everyone involved for their support, we could not have put this on without you.