Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Big Christmas Lights, Switched ON!!

We heard there was a big push for getting Christmas lights up into windows and outside on buildings for Saturday night, and with a flurry of activity, we managed it just in time! Thanks to past pupil Harry Shaddick for making a star overnight, and some wonderful photos from David Morton.

Let’s build a snowman!

Designed and created by the children, to be continued through the festive weeks!

What’s on w/e 27.11.20

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FROGS and Easy Fundraising

Our Friends of Georgeham School (FRoGS) have registered with easyfundraising.  You could help us to raise funds for the school at no extra cost to yourself! Since we're really limited with fundraising this year, this is a great opportunity to initiate this project and keep raising much needed funds for the school.  When you shop online, with over 4,100 of [...]

Oil stolen…

Not from us (I hope), but spotted in our villages. Keep an eye out everyone! Could we also ask that people walk and drive slowly past our school, just keeping an eye out please. Thanks!

What’s on w/e 20.11.20

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Class 4 projects and anti-bullying week

Class 4 have clearly worked so hard at home and have really WOWed us with their incredible projects! We've also been thinking about anti-bullying week and have created a class jigsaw, showing the parts that we can each play to help prevent bullying. It's not quite finished yet, but we think it is brilliant!

Wear Blue to support Anti Bullying month – non uniform day, Friday 20th November

 

Class 4 Ancient Greek Game (similar to Monopoly!)

This is serious stuff (slightly concerned this is going to start the next Greek war!). Nobody mention the chariot race!!

Our Disgusting Sandwiches!

We have been reading a book called "The Disgusting Sandwich" which is great fun about a badger and a sandwich which gets more and more disgusting as the story unfolds. We then had a very messy but exciting time making our own disgusting sandwiches with leaves, twigs, mud, feathers and even the odd insect. Yuck!!! We used this to write [...]