Reception and KS1 children loved the ‘Golden Table’ which took place for the first time on Friday. The honour of siting at the Golden Table is reserved for children who demonstrate good manners at lunchtime and are awarded raffle tickets to be entered into a weekly draw. The focus manner for this week is: We speak […]
As part of their learning about Ancient Egyptians, Years 5 & 6 were treated to a live demonstration of the mummification process. Chief Embalmer, Kha, came to Gossops Green and prepared, in front of an astonished group of children, the body of Ramose for his journey to the afterlife.Using live shadow play (to protect the […]
As part of their Stone Age topic, Year 3 learnt what life might have been like for Stone Age people, during their visit to Ashdown Forest. They were able to build shelters, forage for chestnuts and hunt a deer! (Not a real deer, but the teachers were good alternatives!) They also created their own sculptures using […]
We are delighted to announce that, as a result of our recent inspection, we have been judged to be a GOOD school. Ofsted have awarded us the following grades: Quality of Education – GOODBehaviour and attitude – GOODPersonal development – GOOD Leadership and management – OUTSTANDINGEarly Year’s provision – OUTSTANDINGWe are very pleased with this outcome and […]
Year 5/6 pupils had a visit at the start of term from Dr Doug A Trench (say the name out loud) to introduce them to their new Ancient Egyptian topic. They are now all applying to be archaeologists so watch this space (or hole)!
This week, we have been celebrating turning 60 years old. The children have participated in circus skills workshops, put together displays on the 6 decades the school has been in existence and sung on the playground to celebrate this occasion. Mr Williamson (Mrs Williamson’s husband) kindly gave up his time to record images of the […]