Children throughout the school had a chance to visit the art gallery and view their artwork. For more pictures please take a look at Reception class page, Year 1 class page and Year 5 class page. Pictures can still be purchased from the more »
Archive | October, 2013
Year 5 enjoyed their visit to the art gallery
Children in the reception class visited the art gallery to look at all the art work.
Year 1 enjoyed their visit to the art gallery.
Our annual Christmas Fayre takes place on FRIDAY 29th NOVEMBER 3.15 – 5.00pm A working Party Meeting for the Fayre will take place on Monday 4th November at 6pm in the staff room. Please come along if you can, we rely on your support for this event to take place Can you spare time more »
Year 6 – Cycling Last July the year 6 children successfully cycled to Primary College held at Weymouth College. We would like to repeat this activity with the current year 6 next July 2014. With this in mind we have organised a ‘bike it’ afternoon for year 6 on Tuesday 19th November. The session will more »
FEEL THE MUSIC CHEERLEADING AFTER SCHOOL CLUB – Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Congratulations to all the students who took part in the show and have already passed their level 1, 2, 3 and 4 Spirit Awards. The club will be running again by Anna Valentine who is a fully qualified and more »
A very big well done and thank you to all of the children who came with their parents, grandparents and older siblings who are ex pupils of the school. Also to the staff who were able to come, everyone worked extremely hard. A huge amount was achieved, reception now has some sensory planting, Mrs Wood more »
Dear Mrs Bolton and all the staff at Southill Why do the children have to grow up? We’ve all had a wonderful 9 years at the school – loads of happy memories and both children have achieved so much. Thank you! We will miss our Southill family. The Revills
Dear Mrs Bolton Thank you so much for all you have done for our four girls. We know Southill is a very special school and has done so much to help them achieve in many ways. We will miss the community atmosphere that is so friendly and welcoming from the staff. Mr and Mrs Sharpe