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After the New Year, the school bought new equipment for PE, break time and lunch time. The new equipment includes: new skipping ropes, new balls and new throwing toys. All the equipment has been great to play with outside at break. The children have really enjoyed using the brand new equipment, an
Y1/2 and R/1 Years One, Two and Reception have been making stunning clay dinosaurs. To create them, they moulded clay into any dinosaur shape they wanted and pushed dry pasta into the clay to add a tail or horns. After they had dried, they were painted in an enormous array of colours. A Reception ch
On takeover day, Gwen and Lola, two Year 6 students, taught Reception and Year 1. They made a brilliant collage inspired by the book ‘Greta and the Giants’, which is a story about climate activists such as Greta Thunberg. It was made out of lots of tiny pieces of paper stuck together…………
Before half term, Key Stage 1 had a story teller, Dr Gilar, visit to read some fantastic stories to the children. She had lots of great activities, such as dramatizing parts of the story, using puppets as props and also writing their own stories. All of the infants said “they really enjoyed it”.
On Friday 15th November, Dalmatians and Beagles classes visited the Church as part of Humanities Week. A volunteer from Ditchling History Project took us on a tour of the old school, which is now part of the Museum. …..Click to read more. It was really interesting to find out about the differences
Beagles. The Receptions and Year Ones have been making bracelets and nucleuses out of dry pasta and string. They have also been making giant traps out of pasta and string. The Receptions said they were having lots of fun in their classroom. They are all very proud of their work.