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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 and 1 day we say goodbye to our current teachers!
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
On Wednesday 19th October Year 4/5 performed their Olympic dances in front of lots of parents. The children have been creating dancesRead the Rest »
For some time we have been working to secure the funding and get a project going to improve the Key Stage 2Read the Rest »
On Wednesday 12 th October the Green team met for the very first time and chose a new team name. We all choseRead the Rest »
Last Wednesday, all the children and members of staff in red house were sent to the ICT suite to vote for a HouseRead the Rest »
At Science Club last week there was a real life crime to solve! SOMEONE had knocked a glass of water over aRead the Rest »
We have had a great half term in school using our new reward system! Children have been working hard and behaving wellRead the Rest »
Over the next two weeks the children in Moonstones will be learning about changes that take place all around us during Autumn. Part of our entryRead the Rest »
Year One have been reading the book ‘Sonny’s Wonderful Wellies’ and in order for the children to experience the events of the story, weRead the Rest »
Last week Key Stage One and Foundation Stage children had the opportunity to visit the Life Bus. Visits to the bus enhance theRead the Rest »
The start of term saw Pauline, from Twynham Housing, bring the school a gift! A lucky local resident had won a waterRead the Rest »
On Thursday 6th October, Year 5 visited Streetwise in Bournemouth. We were met by nine different scenarios to teach the children allRead the Rest »