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 […]
Thank you to all parents and carers who attended the Gossops Green Sports Day last Wednesday and well done to Sapphire house who emerged victorious! The weather was kind to us and the children had a fantastic day of sport and competition.
To support their studies of Islam and the importance of what it means to be Muslim, Year 3 visited the local mosque. The children began by taking their shoes off before Imam Mohammad spoke about the history of Islam and the different features of the mosque such as the minaret and the mihrab. The children […]
A huge congratulations to our High 5 Netball team who represented all of Crawley at the School Games on Wednesday. They should be really proud of themselves as they played some really tough teams but all tried so hard and stayed resilient throughout!They also saw the Great Britain Olympic rower, Charlie Cousins, who gave a […]
This week’s most improved reading class is 3DW (Milne class). Yet again, 5RB (Tolkien class) were pages ahead of other classes in key stage 2, reading an impressive 2123 extra minutes this week! In EYFS, RRN (Willow class) took the honours with 254 extra minutes of reading while in Year 1, 1HL (Lavender class) came first with 250 […]