The Reception Class has been looking at the ‘Little Red Hen’ story. They made some delicious bread rolls and invited their families to come and enjoy a fun tea party where they were able to share the things they have been learning about.
The winners of the Big Friendly Read prize draw were drawn today in Assembly. They were: Noah Littlechild – Year 3 Tegan Atkins – Year 4 Faye Neighbour -Year 2 Each won a £10 book voucher. Congratulations to all readers who entered their certificates!
In the half-term holiday Chloe McQueen entered a competition run by the Novium Museum in Chichester. She won her class a free workshop. Portia from the Novium came and helped us to understand more about Roman times. We helped to design a bath house based on facts we have learnt. […]
Medmerry School took part in ‘BNF Healthy Week 2016’. Throughout the week the whole school took part in a range of healthy activities such as trying new fruits, drinking more water, doing more exercise and cooking. Medmerry took part in a ‘summer walk’ as part of our BNF healthy week. […]
Our new playboat was officially named today and will be called The Royal Windsor. God bless her and all who play on her.
Medmerry are taking part in The Great British Elm Experiment. The experiment helps to raise awareness of the importance of elm trees and help Medmerry children to understand how living things rely on others for survival. Some of our Green team members planted four Dutch elm disease resistant elm trees […]
Welcome back! We hope you have all had a good break. As many of you will have seen, our play-boat is now completed and we are just waiting for the safety surface to be laid. As soon as this is done the children will be able to use the equipment […]
Our new playground boat is really starting to take shape…
We are really pleased to announce that our playground activity boat is now under construction and it is due to be finished ready for the Summer term. We applied for grants from the Big Lottery Funding and from Baker’s Solar Farm Community Fund and have been very fortunate to have been […]
Our year 5 ‘Paws Down’ group have been presented with a robin nesting box for the school grounds. We will be choosing an appropriate site for the box and hope that our local robins will take up residence there. We celebrated World Book Day by having a ‘book swap’ organised […]