Monthly Archives: January 2019

To Infinity and Beyond!!!

We are only half way through our latest topic, ‘To Infinity and Beyond!’ but the response, from our children and their families, to our learning and enquiry homework has been fantastic! We have so many different and creative outcomes that have … Continue reading

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10….9….8….7….6…..5…..4….3…..2…..1…..BLAST OFF!

On Friday afternoon KS1 were treated to a rocket launch in their very own playground!! Seth and his family had chosen , as part of the learning and enquiry homework, to build a model rocket that would actually fly!!! After … Continue reading

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Message from the Moon

Something very strange happened on the infant playground this morning!! We went out for a quick bit of fresh air after assembly and George and Freddie noticed something that looked a little bit like a parachute hanging from one of the branches … Continue reading

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Jupiter and Mars Class successfully complete astronaut training

The last of our KS1 space cadets to complete the NASA astronaut training  this week were Mars and Jupiter class. They began by listening to a message from the famous local astronaut Tim Peake. They were now ready to begin … Continue reading

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Neptune shoot for the stars!

Today Neptune Class had a superb time at The Novium Museum in Chichester.  They tool part in a Space Explorer Worshop which tested their abilities to become an astronaut. Here’s just a few photos of their fun day!

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Mars Class are space stars!!

Yesterday Mars Class were very excited to visit The Novium Museum in Chichester to see if they had what it takes to become an astronaut by taking part in their Space Explorers workshop. Here’s just a few photos of their fun day!  

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Jupiter Class are out of this world!

This week Jupiter Class were lucky enough to visit The Novium Museum in Chichester to see if they had what it takes to become an astronaut by taking part in the Space Explorers workshop. Here’s just a few photos of their … Continue reading

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