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Summer Holidays here we come!We can't believe how quickly this year has flown by! We're now in our final and busiest half term. Sports days, productions, reports and so much more!
In 2 months we say goodbye to our current teachers!
This means we are 0 % of the way to the summer holidays!
Category Archives: Visitors
Last Monday, Year 2 were lucky enough to have 3 flying visitors come to see them in their classrooms! The feathered birdsRead the Rest »
We were very lucky last week to have students from Twynham visit us for assembly. They are going to be performing aRead the Rest »
This week, Moonstones had a scary treat in the form of some rather strange visitors. We had a visit from a large African snail,Read the Rest »
Year 5 were lucky enough to have a visit from a real Indian Tuk Tuk. Peter, from the Nelson pub in Mudeford,Read the Rest »
Somerford Primary Community School’s School Council were invited to lunch by HC3S, (Hampshire County Council Catering Services) on 22 January 2013. TheRead the Rest »
We recently had a visit from our local PC and a PCSO to talk to the whole school in assembly about stealing. Read the Rest »
On Friday 10th November, Year 5 had a visit from a trainee Chiropractor from the Anglo European college of Chiropratic to introduce their nextRead the Rest »
We are SSOOOooooo excited about a present we have been given from Pebble Beach restuarant in Barton-on-Sea. They have given us 15Read the Rest »
During the first week of October, the lifebus visited Somerford. All of the children in the school had a chance to visitRead the Rest »
On Monday 15th October Mr Stone came into school and carried out a drama workshop where Year 2 acted out The Great Fire of London!Read the Rest »
On Wednesday 19th September Year 5 worked with a professional photographer called James Musselwhite from Closer Photography. He had come to show usRead the Rest »