Christmas Decoration Workshop – December 2022
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Today, we all enjoyed our Christmas decoration workshop and we loved having our parents and carers in school to join in with the fun. Our classrooms are now looking very Christmassy! Thank you to all of those who took part today.
Children in Need Day 18th November
We had so much fun in our pj’s in school today and even had a special yellow visitor in assembly. We would like to thank all of our families for their generous donations to Children In Need.
On Sunday 13th November, 2 of our service children took part in the Remembrance service at the Gosport War Memorial with their families and Mrs Bedson and Ms Woodford. Both children did an amazing job at representing the school and we were very proud of them managing the whole service and laying the wreath.
The Gruffalo came to visit!
All was quiet in the deep, dark wood, the mouse saw a nut and the nut looked good……guess who visited our school today?
The children had an exciting day of Gruffalo themed activities which included making Gruffalo crumble, Gruffalo masks, Gruffalo drawing and a special visitor in assembly who joined Ms Woodford for the retelling of the story.
Mrs Sleaman even made us Gruffalo biscuits at lunchtime and kindly let the Gruffalo take one home with him!
This week in school, the children made handprints for a wreath for The Queen. Yesterday, Mrs Bedson took the wreath to London and laid it with the flowers in Hyde Park. Rest in peace Your Majesty.
We certainly know how to have fun at Rowner!
We had a whole school water fight this morning to cool us all down.
This was followed by a fun afternoon for our Year 2 leavers.
Year 2 were able to enjoy a bouncy castle, silent disco, face paints, glitter tattoos, ice pops and crisps.
We would like to thank our small team of PTA ladies and staff who volunteered to stay to help today.
This afternoon was put on with no cost to families and was only made possible due to PTA fundraising events this term. Thank you ladies.
We would also like to thank our whole school community for supporting these events.
In June, our Year 2 pupils wrote letters to the Queen to invite her to our Jubilee picnic. This week, we received a reply from the Queen’s Lady in Waiting. We feel very privileged to have received one of the last letters sent by the Queen. We have shared this with the Junior school to enable them to show the Year 3 children. We will be framing this very special letter and will put it up in school to enable everyone to see it.