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Pirates Ahoy!

Year 1 and 2 enjoyed their pirate day last week. They spent the day dressed as pirates and took part in a range of pirate activities.

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Author Visit

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Author visit

Some of the children in years 3 and 4 have spent a day working with a local author, ‘Christopher Joyce.’ The children created an author name,

used character cards and described the setting for their very own scarecrow story.

They thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

It was really fun and enjoyable. I learnt how to get more characters into my story writing. He shared some of his stories with us and they were amazing!’’ Ella Honeysett, year 4.

Sports day

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The sun shone to help make Sports day a really enjoyable experience for everyone. The children worked brilliantly in teams with the young children being well supported by our older children.

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New Arrivals!

ducklings 001While the world is celebrating the arrival of a new royal princess, Medmerry is proud to announce the safe arrival of six ducklings!

They hatched during Saturday night and are all being well looked after by their parents. Last year the parents were hatched using an incubator. We look forward to watching them grow during the summer term.

Look quietly into the enclosure and you might see them swimming on their small pond.

Imperial War Museum Visit

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Year 6 and Year 5 visited the Imperial War Museum in London.  They had the opportunity to look at all sorts of exhibits, including: a spitfire; the fuselage of a bomber; a tank; and the remains of a Japanese fighter plane.  Year 6 took part in a workshop with two extremely kind and funny teachers and got to investigate artefacts that were key during the 1940s.

 

“It was fun!” Owen Jackson

“I really enjoyed it, we learnt lots of exciting facts.” Brandon Price

“It was a great experience, I’d like to go again.” Callum Kidwell

“The journey was a bit of a downer, but overall it was a great day.” David Nelson

For more  pictures take a look at: Children-Year 6

Contact Details

Medmerry Primary School,
High Street,
Selsey,
West Sussex.
PO20 OQJ
Tel: 01243 602 738
Fax: 01243 605 274