Children at Lime Tree Primary School in Reigate have brought the first chapter of the school’s history to a close in memorable fashion with their Christmas performances – their last events at the Alexander Road site before the school completes its transition to its new permanent home on Battlebridge Lane in the new year.
Pupils at Windmill Primary School in Wokingham were encouraged to look to the skies for inspiration after a fascinating visit by workers from the Look Out Discovery Centre in Bracknell.
A term’s studying of space exploration reached a peak recently for Year One pupils from Lightwater Village School when they paid a visit to the Winchester Science Centre to see some of the subjects they had been learning about put into action.
Chelsea fans may be desperate for a change of fortune in the new year, but as far as the footballers of Cuddington Croft School in West Cheam are concerned, they will be hoping for more of the same as both their boys’ and girls’ teams compete in the county championships.
The phrase ‘stars on the chart’ has taken on a whole new meaning at Marden Lodge Primary School recently after the whole school took part in a project about the solar system and space exploration.
Springfield Primary School is appealing to parents to dig deep to help transform the school’s garden area – but they are not talking about using spades and forks.
December may usually be the time of year for nativity plays, but pupils, parents and staff at Hammond School were treated to a different production as the school staged a performance Joseph and his Amazing Technicoloured Dreamcoat last week.
Former BBC pundit Alan Hansen’s famous comment ‘You’ll win nothing with kids’ has become a warning to football coaches at all levels across the country - but the girls of Hammond School did their best to prove it wrong the other week at the Surrey Heath Primary Schools Sports Association football tournament.
Parents and children were treated to a seasonal display of the Sheep Shimmy and dancing Wise Men as the school’s nativity production Straw and Order took place last week.
It is usually a cause for concern to teachers when their pupils reduce members of the public to tears, but that was far from the case as Key Stage 2 pupils held their annual carol concert recently – and received the ultimate compliment from a member of the audience.
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