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Term 6 begins - Monday 3rd June 2019

24/05/19

Children return to school for Term 6 on Monday 3rd June 2019. Enjoy the break!

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Police Visit - Nursery & Reception classes

22/05/19

Today, our Nursery and Reception classes were fortunate enough to have a visit from three police officers. The children thoroughly enjoyed asking questions they had prepared beforehand; learning more about police cars, the equipment that police officers carry around with them and their role in the community.

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Celebration Newsletter

17/05/19

To view our latest newsletter click here and our celebration newsletter here.

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Year 6 SATS

17/05/19

Year 6 have been extremely busy with their end of KS2 SATS this week.

The children have shown great maturity and worked incredibly hard, both in the run up, and throughout these tests and we are all incredibly proud of them.

Well done everyone!

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National Fruit Show

15/05/19

Year 1 were joined by Sam and Jeannette from the National Fruit Show. They taught us about the life cycle of the apple tree, how the apples arrive in our ships and we even tried some fruit! We enjoyed fresh apples, apple crisps, apple leathers and even made our own apple juice! Delicious!

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Celebration Newsletter

10/05/19

To view our latest celebration newsletter click here.

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Celebration Newsletter

03/05/19

To view our latest celebration newsletter click here.

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Year 4 reading

03/05/19

Year 4 are continuing their topic of Traders and Raiders and are really enjoying reading ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ by Cressida Cowell. In English we are just about to start planning our own chapter for the book as well as introducing a new character!

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Year 6 reading

03/05/19

Year 6 have been busily preparing for their forthcoming KS2 SATS Assessments; and are continuing to read the novel, Holes, by Louis Sachar, and have used it to inspire both our writing of a persuasive text and a journal entry. We have also produced some fabulous art work to compliment our writing.

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Reception reading

03/05/19

Our new topic this term is 'People Who Help Us'. We have looked at the stories of Busy People; 'Teachers' and 'Doctors'. We have been role playing fantastically well as teachers and doctors. In our classes we have discussed the role of these jobs and the resources needed to support daily tasks.

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Celebration Newsletter

26/04/19

To view our latest celebration newsletter click here.

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Celebration Newsletter

05/04/19

To view our latest newsletter click here, celebration newsletter here and diary dates here.

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Making bath bombs in Science!

05/04/19

In Science this week in Year 5, we made bath bombs by combining acids and alkalis - we will get to take these home to test if they work and report back on them!

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KS2 Progress and Attainment

04/04/19

Parents and Carers are often asking for more information about the schools’ outcomes in attainment and progress so that they are aware of how their child’s school compares to others in the local area.

Find out more by clicking here.

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The Three Scrooges - Starburst Drama Club

03/04/19

The Starburst steampunk production which was written and directed by Mrs Samways was a great success. Last week, the children performed ‘The Three Scrooges’ to KS1 on Tuesday and KS2 on Wednesday, followed by an evening performance to an audience of 90.

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With popular songs, jokes and unusual staging this production showcased the incredible talents we have at South Borough Primary School. This steampunk production based on Charles Dickens, ‘A Christmas Carol’ even had some spooky spirits, one of which appeared on a steam-powered TV. This was all thanks to Cheeky George Productions, who turned Alan in Year 3 into Marlie, The Three Scrooges old band mate, haunting every channel.

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Brooke in Year 6, Nathaniel and Amy both in Year 5 gave heart-warming solo singing performances leaving many of the audience in tears. All the cast sported steampunk make-up thanks to Mrs Hunt and had glittery colours put in their hair thanks to Mrs Nevis.

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One Grandparent said, "I loved everything about the performance from the sound effects, songs and acting." One parent said, "Every year drama club gets better and better. Having two stages was amazing. I don't know how they're going to top this one." Another parent said, "I can’t wait to see the next production. The Three Scrooges was fantastic."

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