Forest School Weeks 4 and 5

The last two weeks have seen the groups continuing to learn how to use tools safely, making wooden animals using the bow saw, palm drill, loppers and secateurs. There were some excellent animals made from circus horses to caterpillars. This week the year 6 group learnt how to use an...

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Fabulous Funky Friday

A massive thank you to all those who attended this week’s Funky Friday Achievement Assembly. The singers were fabulous, Mrs Russell looked great in the happy birthday band, Mr Taylor rocked it on the guitar and Adison receiving his Oscar was a real highlight. Have a super weekend. Mr Vallier...

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Year 6 residential trip

Thank you to all those parents who attended the meeting today regarding the Year 6 residential trip to Blacklands Farm Activity Centre (near East Grinstead). If there are parents who were unable to make the meeting but are interested in their child going on the trip – please contact Mr...

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Funky Friday Oscar Winners

Thank you to all those parents and grandparents who attended our Funky Friday Achievement Assembly this week. What fun we had! Thank you to Mrs Foster and Miss Willard for allowing us to ‘celebrate’ their birthdays. Here are this week’s Oscar winners Summer, Emilija and Archie. Have a lovely weekend....

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Forest School – Week 3

Forest School –Week 3 Fish on a dish! No not cooking, but knots this week. We learnt how to tie a clove hitch (put your fish on the dish) so we could lash two sticks together. It’s not as easy to tie knots as we first thought and there were...

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A Harvest Thank You

Thank you to everyone who donated food items to our whole school Harvest assembly. It was lovely to see parents in the hall and you will see from the photos below just how much food we will be sending to the Hastings Food Bank. Well done to you all and...

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Forest School – Week 2

Fire! Fire! Fire! Fire! This week’s theme was starting fires using a ‘dragon sneeze’ (better known as a fire-steel). The children (and adults) found it challenging to start but were not going to give up until they had got the ball of cotton wool alight. It was great to see...

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