All the pupils who went to PGL last week had a fantastic time and demonstrated positive characteristics throughout: interdependence, trust, courage, compassion and grit, to name but a few.
Just one more day left at PGL for the Year 6s! They have been having a magnificent time in the splendid weather, taking part in a huge range of activities: kayaking, rifle shooting, archery, fencing, zip lines, climbing…
Year 6 had glorious weather for their trip to Hengistbury Head today. They investigated coastal defences and features, as well as plotting the geography of the local Bournemouth area, considering wildlife and habitats within the park and learning some additional history relating to their evolution topic.
Three of our Year 4 classes experienced the wonders of the Sea Life Centre today, in relation to their ‘Blue Abyss’ topic. There were plenty of gasps and open mouths about what they were witnessing. Our two remaining classes will be the lucky ones tomorrow!
83 pupils of our Year 3 pupils had a wonderful time at Leeson House this week. Despite the cold, the children took part in all activities with enthusiasm and focus.
Many thanks to the staff team who gave up their free time to enable the visit to happen, particularly to our king of residentials, Mr Murray.
The Christmas service at St Francis church reminded us of the Christmas story and its significance to Christians, as well as giving us the opportunity to sing carols together one last time for 2017.