SUCCESS

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WELL DONE to our U11 football team, Fred Ayres, Ben Priestley, Paul Campbell, Luke Davies, Jacob Palmer, Jaiden Jackson-Cole, Armando Vasile and Billi Baverstock, on their cup final win against Victory School. They played very well and it was a close match. It went to extra time after Victory managed to get a penalty close to the end of normal time. It remained level until Billi slotted in the winning goal in the second half of extra time, 4-3 to us! We were very impressed with the way the boys handled themselves and they were a credit to the school. Onward to the GOALS League!!

World Food Day at Flying Bull

What a treat for the children today! The enthusiasm and the interest from the children has been huge today with children producing a range of beautifully creative work. As you can see from the photos we have had some interesting visitors too.

Be sure to ask your child about the activities they have been involved in today…..

Alpaca

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Sheep

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Great News- Victory for Flying Bull

Our U11 footballers had a great game against Medina this evening winning 4-0. Although they didn’t play quite as well as they can do, they manged to overcome a well drilled team with the help of a hat trick from Billi Baverstock! Mr Willshire found it very hard to select a Man of the Match, so he chose 3!! We now play Victory in the final next week at Medina, kick -off at 4pm. If you would like to support the team please come along. Well done boys!

Year 2 visit Arundel Castle

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Year 2 visited Arundel Castle at the end of September. Here are some photos of our fun-packed day out. Can you spot Rose the Lady-in-Waiting’s cosy bed chamber, or Sir Bevis the Giant’s silver sword? Why not write about these characters in your Learning Log this week?!

ERIC and Home Reading

ERIC (Everyone Reading In Class) has moved to Thursday mornings. Between 8:35 and 9:00, parents and carers are welcome in their child’s class to read with the children.

Thanks to all parents who are signing their child’s home reading diary three days a week. This lets us know that your child is reading at home, and is a great opportunity for us to communicate about your child’s reading.

Top tip: If your child gets stuck on a word, and you are sure they can’t work it out, give them five seconds then tell them the word. This should help them enjoy the text more, and you can always go back to the tricky word at the end.