Some year 6 pupils made the most of the fine weather this week with a visit to West Wittering for a beach cricket tournament. After some exciting matches, we didn’t quite top the league, but it’s fair to say that a great time was had by all!
The children in Years 5 and 6 are studying the geography of our local area this term. Today they made the most of the fine weather and paid a visit to West Beach, where they could see evidence of tidal erosion, and also made some great sketches of the landscape.
Headteachers awards this week had a focus on presentation, and what fantastic presentation we saw. There were also some awards for great fractions knowledge and making good choices, as well as a whole class certificate for Year 1 who had worked so hard on writing up their retellings of Hansel […]
After 10 years of service to Medmerry School, Mr Brown finally hung up his tools for the last time as he retired this week. From years of getting up early and staying late, he’ll now be able to enjoy his retirement at home with his wife and get to spend […]
As we ended the term, we had another handful of headteacher’s awards to share. This week’s included many examples of great art work, some excellent fiction writing, some children taking on extra challenges in maths and reading, and several examples of kindness to others. Well done all!
As part of their Space topic, Year 5 and 6 visited the South Downs Planetarium in Chichester this week. After a brief introduction, they were treated to a presentation in the planetarium dome featuring stars, constellations, the International Space Station and flying tours of the planets. They also enjoyed a […]
As we reach Easter weekend, the Friends of Medmerry kindly donated some Easter Eggs as prizes for our Easter Bonnet competition. We were overwhelmed with both the quantity and quality of what was brought in. Thank you to everyone who helped with their construction!
A smaller set of Headteacher’s Award winners this week as it’s a short week, but no less praiseworthy. Some excellent examples of writing about Ranulph Fiennes and expeditions in the infants, measurement work in juniors, and some great examples of striving for improvement. Well done all!
The Key Stage 2 choir entertained the school in our Friday assembly this week with an excellent rendition of Sing. What a fantastic sound they make!
Year 3/4 are focusing on musical performances as part of their STOMP topic this term – and what a performance we had today. Musicians from the orchestra at the University of Chichester visited this morning to introduce the children to some of the instruments of the orchestra and perform some […]