Whole School Events
Whole School Events
Welcome to our whole school events page!
We would like to share some of the extra-curricular learning that we all take part in as a school community. These range from special themed days/weeks to charity events. It's all part of our aim to provide our children with a curriculum that is purposeful, current and valued.
Author Katherine Barr Visit and Roving Books
MERDON OLYMPIC GAMES
National Poetry Day work- please see Autumn 1 of each year groups
Visit to Challenor House.
The school choir and recorder group entertained the residents' at our annual Christmas visit, before the residents enjoyed their Christmas lunch.
Road Safety Awareness
Last week was our “Road Safety Awareness” week. With the evenings getting darker, we want our children to know how to keep themselves safe. Our slogan “Be bright, be seen!” threaded through the week.
Our junior Road Safety Officers, Flynn and William, helped to lead the run and judge our competition and answer children’s questions.
Children were taught how to keep safe in assemblies, PSHE and ICT lessons. We held a competition for the best ”Be bright, be seen!” helmet or rucksack design and Isabelle was the winner. Congratulations Isabelle!
Ready, Steady, Read - launch assembly with everybody reading and sharing books. Children all have a sponsor form with details of the event and a log sheet to record their reading minutes.
Shadi returned to our school to tell us all about her Matterhorn climb. She is raising money towards a new A & E children's department at Southampton General Hospital. We raised £84 with a small change mountain.
Comic Relief 2017 - over £2700 raised through 100 sponsored minutes of activity
Author Guy Bass entertains and inspires the children
Poetry Day 2016. Upper School wrote poems inspired by Tomorrow has your name on it - by Roger McGough. Click on the links below to read some of their thought provoking poems.
Roald Dahl Day
Winner of the Bradley Watson Cup 2016
Book Week 2016
Local School Choirs Join in the Christmas Lantern Parade @ Fryern Arcade on Tuesday 2nd December
This week the children will bring home a dolly peg. The plan is to turn the peg into a Christmas decoration.
The pegs will be used to decorate our school Christmas tree.
We would like them returned to school by the 8th December ready for the Christmas Fayre.
Below are some examples to help inspire you.
The development of the Woodland Classroom Autumn 2015
Wednesday 26th August 2015
Our thanks go to DWP (Department for Work and Pensions) Eastleigh branch and Waitrose employees in Chandler's Ford and volunteers came together to help clear a huge section of the overgrown school woodland. The rain tried but failed to dampen spirits and the results of their work are fantastic. This work entailed ripping out on fence, creating a new pathways, cutting back and raising the tree canopy, clearing Hawthorn bushes and a very large amount of spikey brambles. Due to the weather we also had some of our volunteers painting the entrance, toilet and kitchen area of the new woodland.
The school would like to thank our colleagues from DWP and Waitrose, the work they have done really shows the value of community spirit and the giving of time to help others.
Please click below on the school Landscaping project to have a look at the photos of the day!
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