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Monthly Archives: November 2011
On Tuesday 8th November, Year 4 & 5 were treated to a visit by Trisha Zimmerman, from Bournemouth Water Education Services. The teachers hadRead the Rest »
Unfortunately school will be closed on Wednesday 30th November as a result of industrial action being taken by many of the teachingRead the Rest »
As part of Anti-Bullying Week we held a Friendship Day at school on Wednesday 16th November. The whole school took part inRead the Rest »
Year 3 finished their French topic in style by holding a French day. The children were invited to a typical French breakfastRead the Rest »
26 November – 4th December is National Tree Week, organised by The Tree Council. As part of the week, in conjunction withRead the Rest »
Each year we hold a Carol Service jointly with The Grange School. The service is always held in Christchurch Priory and thisRead the Rest »
This year the school council chose to raise money for Children in Need in a similar way to last year. Instead ofRead the Rest »
This year we had a fantastic response to our School Council’s Children In Need colouring competition helping to raise money for children around the countryRead the Rest »
As part of our Healthy Living topic, Year 4 and 5 have started to investigate what happens to our bodies when weRead the Rest »
On Friday 4th November, Year One had a very special trip to Stanpit Marsh. They were accompanied by their very own guysRead the Rest »
Don’t forget this Friday is Children in Need! Before you ask – no it is not mufti day! Last year we madeRead the Rest »