Before the snow melted, everyone went out to have some fun.
Here are some photos from the Twitten Field where years 3 and 4 played. You may still be able to see some of the snowmen when you do the school run later.
Junior School rocked out in their first ever Times Table Rock Stars celebration assembly on Friday! We have 13 Rock Legends so far with times less than 1.5 sec per question! Huge congratulations to Swan Class who were best in school with a 5.6 second average as well as runners-up Graphite with a 7.1 second average.
Well done to all who took home awards - Rock On!
This month the school council launched a competition for all the children to design an ‘anti-bullying poster’.
Entries need to be A4 in size, have a catchy title and be eye catching and colourful.Useful tips can be found in the anti-bullying booklets that were sent home last year and are displayed in every classroom (copies are also available in the office if you need one).
Winners will be chosen by the school council and displayed around the school.
We cannot wait to see your designs!
Over the last few weeks the children have been making poppies as part of the Remembrance in preparation for our Remembrance assemblies.
We hope that you have seen the display of poppies in the windows of the Infant School. Below is a picture of our Junior School wall of Remembrance. It bears the names of family and friends lost in all conflicts by members of our school community.
Children from the Year 3 recycled art club proudly presented Worthing’s Mayor with a piece of art which is made entirely from bottle tops to mark the centenary of the end of World War I.
Ahead of this Sunday’s Armistice Day Centenary, Councillor Paul Baker received the pupils of his former school at the Town Hall.
The Mayor of Worthing said, “I’m really passionate about young children engaging with the act of remembrance, as I think it’s so important that we all learn from history.”
“It’s a lovely way of marking Remembrance Sunday and I would love to see more schools do the same.”
Mrs Watson, who runs the recycled art club, explained: “Our poppy wreaths have been on display in the foyer of the Town Hall, alongside the Books of Remembrance, since 2014, when we first attended the 100 years commemoration of Armistice Day at the War Memorial. We wanted to mark the final year of the centenary with something extraordinary, in addition to the usual poppy wreath. The art club children studied photographs of poppy fields before planning the design and they decided that the sunset would symbolise the closing of the centenary commemorations very well.”
The artwork and poppy wreath are being displayed in the foyer of Worthing Town Hall alongside the books of remembrance.