Mango class held a science fair to show each other the difference between reversible and irreversible changes – it was great fun!
Please come and join us for our Open Days for new prospective parents on Wednesday 16th October 1:30-3pm Wednesday 23rd October 9:15-10:30am Thursday 21st November 5:30-7pm Friday 22nd November 9:15-10.30am There will be oppotunities to meet Mrs Robinson, our headteacher, school governors and members of the PTFA, as well as guided tours of the school. […]
We warmly invite parents and carers looking for places for their children to our Autumn Open day on Tuesday 24th September 1.30-3pm. Parents and carers of children due to start school on September 2020 are very welcome to attend. We also have a small number of spaces in other year groups. Please contact us for […]
The Summer term will start on Thursday 6th June. The children will start swimming on the 7th, weather permitting.
After a good nights sleep and a yummy breakfast, today we have had rifle shooting, climbing, abseiling and archery. What a busy day! Everyone has had a go at all the activities and they all have their own favourites. We’re all off to a campfire tonight and should sleep soundly. The children are looking forward […]
Today we arrived at PGL, got our rooms and had our lunch. Group 1 had Raft building and then Giant Swing. Group 2 had Giant Swing and then Raft building. We all got wet and we all had fun. We ate a lovely dinner and are enjoying an energetic game of Capture the Flag! Here […]
On Wednesday 27th February Mrs Barry and Jacob were presented with a cheque for £1000 from the Robin Hood Bonfire Society. This is an amazing amount of money and will go towards keeping our swimming pool open and allowing the children to learn to swim, a vital skill living near the sea. We are very […]
On Tuesday 12th February some of the year six children took part in the Time To Dance Festival at The White Rock Theatre. Their piece was called ‘Happy Feet’, all the children danced really well and enjoyed themselves. Thank you to Mrs Mitchell for choreographing the dance and her hard work at rehearsals.
We are very pleased to be able to share the Ofsted Report from their visit in January. We are delighted with the report and see this as an exciting place to springboard into the next stage in our journey. Please also read the letter from our Co-Chair of Governors.
On Tuesday 8th January, the children we scientists. Steve from Blast Science visited the school and gave us an amazing day learning about science. He showed us lot of experiments and explained how they work.