I hope you all managed to come along to one of our performances, the children were amazing, they really did shine like stars! The children and staff work so hard and it truly showed with their outstanding singing.
The children all sat down with Misterton Pre School for a yummy Christmas Lunch…turkey and all the trimmings followed by a chocolate cake with sprinkles.
This year the School Council decided that they wanted to do something a bit different than wearing spots to school for Children In Need – this year they wanted the children and school staff to swap uniform for the day.
On Wednesday 14th November a group of 9 year 2, 3 and 4 children went to a football tournament at Maiden Beech. We had five games and they improved their game playing each time. The first game against St Barts
We were so very proud of all the children in helping towards the village celebrations of 100 years of peace since the First World War ended. The children helped make a wreath out of willow with the helping hand of
With Seaborough in the lead, we headed into our second sports day. It was lovely morning with family and friends coming along to support the children. The younger children started with balancing a bean bag on their heads whilst walking
Each school across the CISP has been given a cup in David’s memory, to award to the child who has shown outstanding sportsmanship across the year. This year our cup goes to Violet Bown. Well done Violet.
Last Thursday morning the children were in their house colours to compete in a carousel of sporting activites. They had to dribble a ball around markers, hop skip and jump, throw a bean bag into a hoop, a 3 legged
On Tuesday, Eliza, Emma, Melissa and Chloe W all went to Dillington House for an afternoon of Poetry. The children listened to poems and got to perform the poem they had learnt at school on stage in front of children
On Wednesday we took part in a Guinness World Record along with 75 schools across the country in an attempt to simultaneously float plastic model boats to raise awareness of plastic recycling. We’d like thank Pat Wade and Judy Welch