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Whole School Activities

We cannot wait for our school events to begin this term and for us to be able to share them with you all.

Easter Eggs and Teddies donated by Spotlight Charity

 

We were kindly donated 20 Easter eggs and teddies from Spotlight Charity in Basingstoke.  These have been given to children who have consistently showed the STAR values this half term.

 

Visit from Reverend Bennett
Rev Bennett read us a story about the Christmas Nativity. 

Whole School Song

 

For an exciting project as an entire school, Foundation Stage, Year One and Year Two, including staff, we learnt the song ‘Reach for the Stars’.

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Collective worship and Open the Book Assemblies 

Whole School learning Day - Collaborative Writing -  January 2020 (It was also Mad Hair Day)

 

In Year 2 they looked at tongue twisters  - Peter Piper, She sells seashells on the seashore, The Swan and Betty Botter.  Once they had listened to the tongue twister they had the opportunity to write their own and perform them to the class.  The challenge was to create a tongue twister with all the words starting with the same sound.  

Firefly Class

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Firefly Class

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Afro Samba Dance Group

 

An Afro Samba band came into school and performed some traditional Afrosamba songs and rhythms to the school, some of the children had the opportunity to conduct the band and the school.  We learnt new songs, dance movements and joined in throughout the workshop.

Merv Rees- Pupil recognition award

 

We would like to thank Merv Rees a Consultant Surgeon who made a personal donation to our Foundation Stage outdoor environment.  This was greatly received and provided us with funds to improve the outdoor environment after it was vandalised by local teenagers.

 

We invited him into school to present a star trophy for the child who has made the most significant effort.  Congratulations Logan in Butterfly Class!

 

 

For more information about the work of Merv Rees, please follow the link below.

https://www.hampshirehospitals.nhs.uk/our-services/a-z-consultants/r/mr-myrddin-rees.aspx

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