HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT AIR AMBULANCE
23 April 2019
HAMPSHIRE AND ISLE OF WIGHT AIR AMBULANCE Over the past 9 weeks, we have been raising money to support the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance. Each week the children have been bringing in their 10p coins for this worthy cause. This table shows how well each class have done in raising £265.74. BUMBLEBEES £12.50 BUTTERFLIES £7.00 OTTERS £22.60 RABBITS £8.30 FOXES £9.66 HEDGEHOGS £23.80 WOODPECKERS £6.20 AMBER £20.50 DIAMOND £12.15 OPAL £9.10 AMETHYST £11.40 EMERALD £11.00 PEARL £31.20 JADE £18.53 TURQUOISE £28.50 RUBY £6.50 TOPAZ £10.80 OFFICE/LIBRARY £16.00 TOTAL £265.74 In addition to this, the School Council held a biscuit sale, where they raised a total of £74.62. On Tuesday 26th March, Teddy, the HIOWAA mascot, visited our school to collect the fantastic total of £340.36 raised by the children and staff. Thank you to everybody who brought in their 10p coins and loose change. You are making a difference.
PARENTS EVENING Reminder
17 March 2019
Reminder- Please sign up for a Parents Evening slot through Parent Mail for either: Tuesday 26th March 2019 Thursday 28th March 2019
Year 2 get a taste of the world
13 March 2019
This week Year 2 have been trying different foods from around the world. Foxes class tried guacamole, salsa, tortilla and nachos (Mexico) Hedgehogs class tried vetkoeks Woodpeckers class tried seaweed, spring roles, prawn crackers and hoisin sauce.
Libraries open to parents
5 March 2019
Both libraries are now open for parents to browse (with your children)
Year 4 travel back to the Viking Age
6 February 2019
This half term the Project for Year 4 has been ‘Let the Battle Commence’ and the children have learnt all about the Viking era. Today was a special day and the children and staff of Year 4 came dressed up as Vikings – WOW! Everyone made a fabulous effort and looked great. Also we had a day visit from Bjorn the Viking. Their day consisted of: 1. Learnt and acted out the raid on Lindisfarne 2. Looked at the different jobs the Vikings did 3. Tried on replica Viking clothes. 4. Ground flour using a quern stone. 5. Played Viking games with die 6. Stick wrestling 7. Played Hnefatafl – Viking board game 8. Guess the Viking diet 9. Guess the household items 10. Weaponry demonstration 11. Handle replica weapons 12. Shield wall training 13. Chain mail challenge 14. Battle of Hastings re-enactment The children and staff had an amazing day and left with knowing more about the Vikings.
6 December 2018
Bailey Brooks - wins books for the school
Netball League vs Great Binfields
3 December 2018
On Monday 3rd of December 8 children from Year 5/6 played their second game of the school Netball League against Great Binfields Primary. With a very slow start against an experienced and strong team we were down by 9 points to 1 by half time and it looked like it was all over. But with a change of formation and positions in the second half of the game and extremely strong determination from all of the children, we managed to fight back to only an 11 to 8 point loss. Great game of netball and looking strong for our next game! Player of the Match: Roxanne
Year 5/6 Netball League
13 November 2018
First Match of the Season against Kings Furlong juniors
11 November 2018
On Sunday 11th November, our Head boy and Head girl laid a Remembrance Wreath on behalf of the school, at the War Memorial in Basingstoke.
6 November 2018
Our New Library Is Now Open
Year 5/6 Tag Rugby League
16 October 2018
On Tuesday the 16th of October year 5 and 6 competed once again in our yearly Rugby League Fixtures against Kempshott Junior school, St Annes Primary and Kings furlong Juniors. Growing from our slow start last time and good practice at training we started off strong, beating Kempshott and getting an automatic win against St Annes. In our third match, after a very hard fought game that was end to end we unfortunately lost 3 - 2. Great improvement and hard work all round from the whole team and going from strength to strength. Player of the Match: Ashdon
12 October 2018
On Friday 12th October Mrs Duke arranged for a visit for the KS2 children from the Anvil. The Panto Roadshow arrived and gave the children an utter treat. The actors introduced the children to lots of information on pantomimes with lots of comedy and jokes attached. It was an absolute pleasure to see the children giggle and enjoy themselves. The panto roadshow also discussed about the new pantomime this year at the Anvil called, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs with Tracey Beaker star, Dani Harmer. Thank you to Flis Pitman from the Anvil for thinking of the school for this treat.