Martha and Matilda’s dad is starting a Junior Parkrun at Lodmoor Country Park every Sunday at 9am, Starting on Sunday 16th April. Matilda has designed the poster above – good, isn’t it! Parkruns are great fun and completely free! They’re for anyone under 14 of any ability who wants to get a bit fitter and more »
Archive | March, 2017
Well done to all our stars today! 1. Star Learners and Star Citizens 2. Who has got something fantastic to tell us? 3. Lunchtime Awards This term, Phoenix are the winners!
The children enjoyed every minute of our fun-packed day at Abbotsbury Children’s Farm. It was a really happy day. The children were so well behaved it was a pleasure to take them out. Thanks to everyone who helped make today possible. It was a truly memorable day.
We’re very proud of Jess who is busy preparing for a sponsored 5km run. Look at her face after a training session. It’s obviously hard work! Jess is running to raise money for the Paediatric Rheumatology Department at Southampton Hospital who have been looking after her sister for a number of years now. Read all more »
What a brilliant day we have all had at Abbotsbury Children’s Farm. The children behaved really well and we felt very proud of them. Well done, Year 1 and Year 2! We enjoyed a range of sights and activities such as guinea-pig handling, learning about more unusual farmyard animals such as alpacas and having plenty more »
In Year 5 the children have been brushing up on their use of adjectives in order to make something sound appealing. The children first learnt about what an estate agent does and were then set the task of persuading an upper class customer to buy a property. The children selected three rooms to describe using more »
So…… What type of dog do you find in a toilet? A Poo-dle of course. And …. Why did the cow cross the road? Because it was going to the moo-vies. Reception class win the Southill Best Joke competition once again. (Undefeated champions). Can anyone stop them in 2 years time? With jokes like that, more »
Following the first day of Spring, Gardening Club enjoyed some warm sunshine. However, those children with green fingers, were much more interested in hunting for wildlife! I think the club should be re-named Wildlife Explorers! The children insisted on hunting for interesting wildlife – who am I to dampen their enthusiasm and curiosity? They were more »
The children had a great time this morning raising money for Red Nose Day. We all enjoyed a red nose cake at snack time and practised our jokes for the assembly.
We enjoyed seeing our mummies for a special Stay and Play this morning. We had made some cakes, cards and pictures and we did an extra special performance of a song we had written all by ourselves. We hope you enjoyed it and wish you all a very happy Mother’s Day on Sunday.