Category: School Visits

Year 5 Visit to the Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth

21st November 19

On Tuesday 19th November Year 5 enjoyed a fantastic day at the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth.  We took part in a hands-on classroom session, where we got to meet the ship’s crew through replica artefacts and costumes and we were all captivated by the salvaged shipwreck itself, the thousands of genuine artefacts found on…

Year 5 Helvellyn Climb, Lake District

20th November 19

Helvellyn Climb Here are a few photos from our October adventure in the Lake District with Year 5 children and Mr. Thacker, Mr Greenaway, Mrs Windrum, Miss Williams, Mr Thomas, Mrs Jones and Mr Stuckey. We travelled up to the Lake District on Thursday 17th October, camped overnight near Thirlmere, before climbing the 950m mountain…

Year 6 Legacy Charity Announced

14th August 19

Nominated Charity for 2019 / 2020 Thank you to everyone who proposed charities for us to support next year.  A shortlist was sent to the school council.  After much deliberation the school council decided upon Naomi house and Jacks Place.  The proceeds of the termly cake sales and easy fundraising will again be donated to…

Apple Inc & Prince’s Mead Coding Challenge

1st June 19

‘On Tuesday the whole of year six went to Apple in West Quay for a fun day of coding. We were lucky enough to trial the latest version of Swift Playground, a game building app. The aim of the app is to understand and build your coding skills by making you go through a series…

Year 3 visit Highclere Castle

25th January 19

Year 3 have been studying the ancient civilisation of Egypt as part of their History syllabus.  To complement and enrich their classroom based studies they visited Highclere Castle which has an excellent Egyptology exhibition, plus the special connection with Lord Carnarvon and the discovery of the Tomb of Tutankhamun.  A great day was had exploring…

Year 6 History Trip

28th November 18

Year 6 visited Winchester’s Military Museums for a First World War-Remembrance work-shop.  The trip built on the children’s in-class studies of the First World War and proved to be most stimulating and thought-provoking. It involved a variety of hands-on workshops that helped the children understand why remembrance is important, both for the military and for…

Year 5 visit the New Forest

11th October 18

It was a stunning day with unbelievably  good weather when Year 5 visited the New Forest.  They had an enjoyable time in the forest studying the human impact on the environment and had great fun recording the evidence on cameras and dictaphones.  The Verderer’s Court proved to be a real highlight with many of the…

Year 3 Orienteering Trip

28th September 18

To complement their classroom-based learning of Geography, Year 3 spent a fun-filled day at the Queen Elizabeth Country Park near Petersfield, where they used their mapping skills to navigate around an orienteering course in the Park. The children learnt about scale, grid lines, reading a key on a map, contours and how to use a…

Year 2 visit Beaulieu Motor Museum

24th September 18

As part of their History topic ‘Transport’ Year 2 had a great day at Beaulieu Motor Museum. They travelled back in time and explored some of the first vehicles made, discovered cars from famous movies, tried on some classic driving attire and hopped aboard the open top bus!