Miss Robertson’s English class enjoyed decorating (and eating!) pancakes on Shrove Tuesday whilst learning about giving instructions. They then each wrote an excellent set of instructions later in the week, explaining how to decorate a pancake. Well done Year 2!
Good luck to our U10 footballers in their first round Portsmouth Cup match against Beacon View this afternoon.
Go get ‘em boys and girl!!!!
Today is World Book Day. Children will be bringing home a token and a Scholastic leaflet.
Tokens can be used to get £1 off a book from the leaflet or off any book to the value of £2.99 or above from participating bookshops.
There is also a selection of £1 books specially written for World Book Day.
Use your tokens and enjoy your read!
Due to a staff training day tomorrow, school will be closed to the children. The staff will be spending time looking at the Primary 2014 Curriculum and planning how to make learning in our school even better. Exciting times….
The staff look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Thursday.
Following the superb and emotional commemorative D Day performance by the choir, they reported:
‘The singing has been really enjoyable and great fun to do,’ Paulina.
‘It was a really good experience singing in both French and English’, Chantelle.
‘It was fun singing in French’, Emily.
‘I experienced singing in two parts’, George.
‘Wow – I sang with an orchestra’, Abigail.
‘I liked the band rehearsing with us’, Harley.
‘I liked it all!’, Marianne.
A big THANK YOU to Mrs Brazier for organising this opportunity for the children and working closely with the Caen Project organisers. A thank you to the children for your hard work and your parents and carers for supporting the school. With thanks to Portsmouth City Council’s corporate communications team