Sponsored Walk for Melon School in Kenya

Despite the weather forecast we held our sponsored walk with the Junior children today and for the most part the rain stayed away!

There was a track marked out which went round both schools; the circuit was very nearly 1km.

Every child made an incredible effort to walk round the track 10 times; some even snook in a few more circuits!

The best thing about the morning was seeing siblings, cousins and friends from both schools walking together.

Many thanks to all the parents and staff who walked with and encouraged the children.

Thanks too to everyone who has offered sponsorship.

We look forward to letting you know the grand total; very well done to everyone!


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Ahoy Me Hearties!

Year 1 had a Pirate Day today! Everyone came to school dressed as pirates and spent the day up to no good, doing Pirate-related activities; making bags for their 'Pieces of Eight', decorating Pirate biscuits and much more.

At the end of the day, the parents were  invited to school to see a Piratical Performance!


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Bike-It Breakfast

On Friday 16th of June we held  Bike-It Breakfast at school.

Children and their parents were offered a free breakfast of strawberries, grapes, banana, brioche and fruit juice.

It was a beautiful morning and we had a great turn-out, well done to all thos families who cycled and scooted to school!

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Bollywood comes to Bosham!

Following our Indian Dance Workshops, a group of Year 2 children went to Bosham Primary School for the Locality Dance Festival.

The children used the movements that they had learned and used them to choreograph a dance to the song 'Jai Ho'









Crime Scene Investigation in Reception!

In Reception we had to investigate a terrible crime scene! We knew what to do, because PC Pack had visited us the day before and told us all about being a Police Officer.

Somebody had broken into our house and had left fingerprints all over the furniture. we looked carefully at the clues that we could see and tried to work out who was the villain. We spotted a broken chair and the remains of some porridge...someone had eaten it all up! The children quickly realised who was the culprit; it was the villainous Goldilocks! 

We have been taking our own fingerprints (to rule us all out of the crime) and making 'Wanted' posters.

Please look out for our suspect, she may still be on the premises!