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Leavers' Service 2020

Leavers' Service 2019

Junior Easter Service 2019

Memories from Year 6 at the Leavers' Service

More teamwork, leaping over lava and a spot of beach art

Stubbington 2018: It's all about Teamwork...and William's birthday!

Day Two in Stubbington 2018: Some clay modelling, investigating mammal hotels and more play!

Stubbington 2018 so far: A game of Stubbington Fox and some time to play

Celebrating Christmas at St Mary's Church

Roald Dahl Day-Can you guess the characters?

Year 6 Leavers' Service

Bugsy Malone

Infant's sports day.

The winning teams are Red 11  and Blue 11. Well done.

 

 

      

 

     

 

    

 

   

 

Junior Sports Day-Congratulations to Swinton- this year's winning team!

More Fun after dinner-see you tomorrow night!

Bayeux Cathedral and that famous tapestry

Just time for a few beach games before bedtime

A Visit to Pointe du Hoc exploring the bomb craters

Some Time for Reflection at the American and German cemeteries plus finding some family names

Bargain hunting at the market! Not a penny wasted!

Would you recruit this lot?

Pegasus Bridge and the Arromanches

Football or beach games? Guess the favourite...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 6 in France

 

On the ferry...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Game of Battleships

 

 

 

In the warm pool

 

Making a Splash!

 

 

 

 

Can you guess who this is?

 

 

 

 

 

Summer Fair

 

Thank you to everybody who turned up to support the school's summer fair. There was a wonderful choice of stalls, activities and entertainment to keep everyone happy despite the cloudy weather. Well done to year six for organising some excellent activities. Look out for updates from the PTFA to see how much was raised in total.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Friendship Tree

And finally...the tree has been built!

This tree was designed by children at the school. The school council announced that they felt the Junior playground needed a Friendship area as they missed the Friendship bench in the Infant playground. The children specifically asked for a tree-but they wanted it to be unique. Every child in the school was invited to design a tree and the winning designs were put together to create the final design. The children have been working hard to raise the money for the tree including doing a sponsored spell, sponsoring a leaf and organising a fund-raising day. We also had a generous donation from an anonymous grand-parent meaning that we had enough money to build the tree. the children are very excited about this new addition to the playground.

 

The Friendship Tree

Funding Raising for the Friendship Tree

The children came up with some wonderful ideas to raise money for the Friendship Tree that they wanted to build in the Junior Playground. These included 'Guess the Sweets in the Jar', 'Decorate the baldified teacher!', 'Splat a Governor and man more...

Thank you to everyone who helped with the day. A special thanks to our very brave governors who allowed themselves to be battered with wet sponges.

The day raised a grand total of £888.14. The money from the sponsored spellings has also gone towards the tree along with money from everyone who sponsored a leaf.

Here are some of the activities below: 

 

The governors getting soaked for cash!

 

 

Decorating bald teachers!

 

Leaf Painting

 

 

Year 6 Obstacle Course

 

Wii dance

 

 

 

 

 

The Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations

 

Thank you to everyone who sent goodies for the Queen's birthday celebrations. The children enjoyed a day of activities linked to the royal family and a tea party in the sunshine. One of our pupils said,"This is the best day I have had at school ever!"

 

 

 

 

Well done to all the children who came to school in their wonderful Easter hats.

Here are some of the winners from Reception:

Reception winners

Year One Winners

Year One Winners

Year 2 winners

 

Year 2 winners

Year 3 winners

Year 4 winners

Year 4 winners

Year 6 Winners

Easter Hats

Photos from the Junior Easter Service

 

Meeting author and illustrator Paul Geraghty