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PCSO Visit - posted 9th May

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Today, we welcomed in Kathryn Blanchard and Maxx Mackrell, two of our local Police Community Support Officers, who met first with our School Council. They eloquently explained their role in the school and thought about how they could work with the PCSOs to make our community even safe. 
Then, the PCSOs delivered two assemblies - one to years 3, 4 and 5 and a separate one to year 6. These allowed children to explore the job role of a PCSO and to think about how to make the right decisions, using their integrity. 
We look forward to welcoming Kathryn and Max back soon! 

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Year 5 Satellites - posted 28th Apr

Year 5 welcomed representatives from Winchester Science Centre and the world of STEM to judge their truly wonderful examples of satellites, which they created using as much recycled material as possible. 
The teachers and visitors we're blown away by the effort put into the entries, making choosing winners very difficult.
Congratulations to the following people who were chosen, and to everyone for their creative, thoughtful designs.
Emperor Penguins: Anushma and Krisa
Polar Bears: Harrison
Spider Monkeys: Shrejal
Remember: the last event in our Journeys through Space topic is still to come. Our trip to Winchester Science Centre is on Wednesday 18th May.

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Easter Assembly - posted 6th Apr

This morning it was a pleasure to welcome Aldershot Churches Together into our school for an Easter assembly. Acting in role, they helped the children to explore the origins of the Easter story. As always our children were a credit to us as they listened and engaged with the performance. easter assembly

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Playground Mural - posted 24th Mar

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Over the last 2 weeks, we have had a group of Farnborough Technology College art students working hard to create a colourful mural on one of our playground walls.  
The school council met with the students to suggest ideas for the mural before the students created their designs in order make sure the work reflected what is important to our democratically-elected students.
 The mural includes our school logo, welcome in different languages and many other colourful designs. 
 One school councillor said, "I like that the mural is made up of different pictures that all have different meanings." They all agreed said that some of their favourite pictures were the girl reading as it showed learning and the different coloured hands as it showed everyone working together.
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Year 5 Display - posted 21st Mar

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Look at this writing! This most recent display is the work year 5 have completed for their Sleeper and the Spindle unit. They have made enormous progress in their writing and we can't wait to see what they do next!

 

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