After our amazing trip to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Koala Class returned to school to find Paolo, one of the crew who accompanied Columbus on his voyages, waiting for them in the classroom! He sat on a chair making rope for the Santa Maria, his ship.
Year 4 had an interesting time at East Head, taking part in a litter pick. They found all sorts of plastics which varied in size. They worked together as a team to remove a piece of huge tarpaulin! They were really surprised at how many varieties of litter they could find.
A huge thank you to the overwhelming number of families who came to our open afternoon celebrating 'Billions of Bricks'. It was super to see so many of you supporting our school and celebrating the learning happening with your children.
The children had a fantastic week celebrating Sports Relief by taking part in a variety of sports activites. They raised a whooping £145 for Sports Relief! Thank you for all the donations which have gone to UK and overseas charities.
A team of Year 5/6 pupils took part in a football tournament at Chichester College yesterday competing against five local primary schools. Working as a fantastic team, there were some amazing goals, passes and headers! They played 6 games altogether, winning 4 and coming third overall...
On Wednesday we marked World Down Syndrome Day at school by wearing odd socks to school. Odd socks were chosen as a symbol for WDSD because chromosomes are shaped like socks, and those with Down Syndrome have an extra one.