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After the horrible weather for School Grounds Day last Friday, the weather this week has been much nicer and Thursday was a particularly nice day. Mr Stanley took a small group of girls from Class AS to help continue building … Continue reading
Well, the weather was absolutely terrible, but this didn’t stop Class AS from playing a full part in School Grounds Day. The class split up into three groups. The first group went with Miss Hall to ‘tip’ the rosemary plants … Continue reading
Le vendredi, la classe AS et classe KR ont tenu leur mode français Afficher annuel. Le thème de cette année était les Jeux Olympiques. Les enfants vêtus de vêtements représentant une gamme de sports olympiques. Merci à tous les parents … Continue reading
The French Fashion show is fast approaching and Class AS will be holding their show along with Class KR on the morning of Friday 11th March. This year’s theme will be Olympic Games, and the children have already begun planning … Continue reading
Classes AS and HG braved the elements today and attended the Gilbert White Field Studies Centre in Selborne to undertake some practical activities relating to rivers. The first activity took place at the meadow river and the children had to … Continue reading