The world is changing fast. Everyone is using more and more technology. At work, at leisure and at school. Using technology appropriately and safely doesn’t happen overnight and never stops changing. That’s why we really want to make it a core part of how Southill looks after and helps your children to learn. We want more »
Please see the post from Jason West, our Chair of Governors. Thank you.
This is a (test) post to the school website and hopefully it will end up on the Facebook page (formerly the FOSS Facebook page, FOSS activity is now on the FOSS Facebook group HERE and on the school’s Google+). Click HERE to visit and Like the school’s Facebook page.
Two Governors visited to assess the Art in school. Here’s their report.
Eco-Committee Minutes 20th November 2014 Kiran sent his apologies as he had a guitar lesson. Dorka apologised later for forgetting. Jobs A lot of jobs have not been done on the rota, the children were reminded of their resposibilties and that if they were on the rota the jobs had to be carried out. more »
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Welcome to our new members: Ola, Dorka, Terry, Kelsey, Arlie, Elisha, Kyle A. and Jess. Mentors – for the first term, Holly, Chloe and Imogen from year 6 will be mentors for the new members. The committee is all about team work and helping each other. CLS We are lucky enough to be part of Communities more »
What a perfect morning for a bike ride; and what better way to start the day than cycle-commuting with Year 6 to Weymouth College, for Day Three of ‘Primary College’? Taking advantage of the new cycle path along Weymouth Way, we had a beautiful ride through Radipole and Lodmoor. The children did brilliantly – no more »
Governor News – Reception Class visit to RSPB Centre, Radipole Lake, Monday 19th May 2014 Through my role as a governor here at Southill School I was delighted to spend Monday afternoon with our reception class and join them on their visit to the RSPB Centre at Radipole Lake. This had been arranged by more »
First of all, Mrs. Hazell welcomed the Rights Respecting Schools Committee. The two councils had been brought together to discuss the idea of starting up a regular newsletter to Kalewa school, our link school, in Kenya. One child from each council was selected to work as a team to put together a newsletter and some more »