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Portland Bill Lighthouse

Have you ever wondered what it must be like to be a lighthouse keeper like Mr Grinling? We have. And today we got to visit Portland’s lighthouse at the Bill. We split into 2 groups. Whilst the first group climbed all of the 153 steps to the top, the second group explored the interactive activities more »

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Sports Day 2019

Sports Day 2019 The sun was shining, hats were donned, cones were set out. It must be time for…SPORTS DAY! I’m sure you will agree, it was an afternoon filled with fun, competitiveness and sportsmanship. A huge thank you to the parents for coming and cheering your children across the finish line. It was very more »

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The Great Launch !

It’s all very well building a boat but the true test comes when you launch it. Questions buzz through your head. Will it float? Will it sink? Have I used the right materials? Will it topple over? Will it be stable? Well, all these questions were answered today as well as asking 1 more question. more »

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We’ve got the Skipping Bug!

Another fantastic Skip 2 b Fit start to our day today, well done everyone! It was lovely to see some parents as well as siblings and our children joining in this morning, what a positive way to end our week.  Have a lovely sunny weekend and see you next Friday for some more Fitness Fun! more »

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Healthy Poster Challenge

Healthy Poster Challenge   After winning the Gold School Games Mark for sport and healthy well-being, we have been told ways in which we can earn ‘Platinum School Games Mark’ (oooh) over the next few years. In assembly today, the children were set a challenge in order to brighten up the school (and show just more »

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School Games Mark

School Games Mark  The School Games Mark is a government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Participating in this process allows schools to evaluate their PE provision and assists them in developing an action plan for future more »

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Painting for Wellbeing

Here are some photos of the Reception unit’s wellbeing activity which took place during the enrichment day last Friday. Everyone seemed to be having a great time and all of the adults involved were impressed by the children’s concentration during the painting activity. We painted some butterflies in the style of pointillism and everyone produced more »

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Happiness in Unit Two

Happiness in Unit Two What an amazing final day before half term. The children all participated in a wide range of activities across the school in their teams (Dragon, Pegasus, Griffin and Phoenix). As each team visited Unit Two, they were in for a treat! First, they were split into two groups and half of more »

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Day Trip To Abbotsbury Gardens

What a GREAT day we have had visiting Abbotsbury Gardens. Plants and trees from around the world that are WOW. Leaves of all different shapes and sizes (“some were bigger than me,” said Finn). Some huge trees, – rough and smooth bark. Flowers of all different shades of colour. A magnificent view of our Jurassic more »

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