Dont’ forget your packed lunches, coats and wellies tomorrow children. It may be wet and muddy. We are looking forward to hearing all about your visit and seeing some photographs.
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
I am writing this post in awe of the school D Day Choir having just returned from a performance at St. Mary’s Church this evening. The choir were amazing and sang superbly in English and in French providing the audience with a moving performance. Mrs Brazier, Mrs Cantini, Mrs Churchill, Mrs Metcalfe, Mrs Wiggins and I, in addition to many parents and carers thoroughly enjoyed the performance. We were incredibly proud of all the children. The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra were impressive and worked superbly with our children.
Big THANK YOU to the orchestra, the children and Mrs Brazier. Mrs Cantini and I can’t wait to hear the performance in school tomorrow.
Last night, the U11 footballers played the final 2 games in their league. They beat Corpus Christi 11-3 and St Jude’s 11- 5. These 2 convincing wins gave them the division two league title. Well done to all the boys involved in this campaign – Leyton Courtney, Rokas Garaimas, Ben Medze-Kitching, Sonny Page, Alfie Stringer, Mustapha Tourino, Paul Campbell, Luke Davies and Jacob Palmer. All the boys have worked really hard for this and thoroughly deserve to win.
Many thanks to Mr Willshire for his time in training and shouting encouragement in games! Also thanks to Mr Povey and Mr Dale who have stepped in to help training sessions when Mr Willshire was unavailable. It has been fantastic to see so many parents supporting the boys too. We have a couple of tournaments coming up in the summer term, so let’s hope we can continue our winning run!
FLYING BULL PRIMARY – DIVISION 2 ROKO LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2013-14
This evening, several of our children are involved in a collaborative performance with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre Regional de Basse-Normandie to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy Landings. This is a wonderful opportunity for our children and many parents / carers and staff are looking forward to the performance this evening which will be held in St Mary’s Church.
Today Miss Lewis and the English team put out 986 NEW books for children to take home.
From this week onwards all children will bring home a banded (coloured label) home reading book and “free readers” will cease to exist. Children can of course bring a library book of their choice home but we will now have levelled home-readers throughout the school.
Please take care of our books, any lost or damaged books will result in a fine to replace the book.