As you know, the children will be performing their class assembly on Tuesday 27th of March at 9.10am in the school hall. Your child will need to wear a Greek style costume for this event.
Your child will need a chiton (toga) to wear. To make a chiton, you may wish to use a white or cream coloured t-shirt or a pillowcase with holes cut for the head and arms. Some sort of belt (any colour) will be needed as well. Sandals may also be worn.
It doesn’t need to be anything elaborate. Keep it simple!
Please could this costume be in school on Thursday 22nd March.
If you have any difficulty providing a costume for your child, please see Ms Quinn before the due date.
Hazel Class Teacher
Chestnut Class assembly will be taking place on Tuesday 12th June at 9.10am - all welcome!
Maple Class assembly will be taking place on Tuesday 22nd May at 9.10am - all welcome!
Hazel Class assembly will be taking place on Tuesday 27th March at 9.10am - all welcome!
Wiltshire Council Road Safety, in partnership with the school, is offering cycle training for pupils. It is designed to develop road sense, awareness of traffic and to improve your child’s ability to ride safely.
The course will take place at school during 13th & 20th March and 14th & 21st March.
Letters were sent home on Wednesday 21st February. If you would like your child to take part, please return all the necessary forms and payment by Wednesday 28th February - If we do not have enough pupils signed up, the course may have to be cancelled.
The local Fire Service will be coming into school to talk to the children about fire safety on Thursday 22nd February
Oak Class assembly will be taking place on Tuesday 20th March at 9.10am - all welcome!
Please note that Oak's assembly, due to take place on the 6th February, has been cancelled. Parents will be notified of a new date after half term. Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
We woke to a very blustery Welsh morning. After a hearty breakfast we were ready for a day of coastal walking and rock climbing.
On Stackpole Quay, we looked for fossils of ancient corals and identified different types of rock.
Here we are standing either side of two tectonic plates!
From Stackpole Quay we walked along the coastal path to Barafundle Beach where we spent some time on the sand.
From here we climbed higher and higher until we were overlooking the sea. The wind was immense and we struggled to stand, let alone walk, at times! The wind was blowing the spray high into the sky and it was an amazing experience.
After a well deserved lunch, the children set out to climb. They approached it with enthusiasm, positivity and resilience. Everyone climbed and abseiled and supported each other with shouts of encouragement or advice. It was a great team moment and they should be super proud of their achievements. If they can climb in those slimy, wet conditions they can climb any mountain!
Today we split into our two groups for our morning activities: Coots went canoeing and Swans went rock-pooling.
What do you think we might find?
Angle Bay had some amazing rock pools, we found: a shally, four different types of crab, some sea stars and winkles. We even escaped back to the bus before the rain came down!
In the afternoon we visited Pembroke Castle which is an impressive example of a Norman castle. We learned about barbicans, murder holes, keeps, dungeons and oubliette! Beech class will happily share their knowledge with you when we return!
We enjoyed a relaxing evening, writing our diaries, playing games and chess in the common room and listening to a shared story before bed time.
Arrived safe and sound at 1pm, in the driving wind and rain. Settled into our rooms then a lovely lunch! We then prepared ourselves in full rain gear for a walk to Broadhaven beach. We've seen a giant pike, a murmuration of rooks, founds a mermaids purse from a blonde ray, some jelly fish washed up on the shore. We climbed up through the dunes to see the view " wow it's awesome!" " amazing" " l want to bring my mum back here" These were just some of the responses from the kids. Sorry no photographic evidence as it was very wet when we set out but it soon cleared up.
Following dinner we started our John Muir Conservation Award diaries, there's been some great writing of today's activities.
Diary writing in full swing!
Weve since had hot chocolate and are ready for bed.
The children carefully drew around our model to label parts of the body.
Drawing around bunches proves tricky!