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.
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 [...]
Just updated today... https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/what-parents-and-carers-need-to-know-about-early-years-providers-schools-and-colleges-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/what-parents-and-carers-need-to-know-about-early-years-providers-schools-and-colleges-in-the-autumn-term What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term. Apologies - as usual they haven't said exactly what bit has been updated today, but here's the contents and, if our school website is clever enough and working correctly, the hyperlinks may even be clickable for you. National restrictions [...]
Coming up to Christmas, we won't be able to gather and walk around the village to collect our Nativity Characters as in previous years. But Christmas will still happen, even if very differently, and we want to give this Nativity to our community to brighten up all our Christmases! It always thrills me, as Rector, how creative our families are [...]
We're introducing an extra request for our return to school and would like your support please.Covid-19 cases have risen over the past week, there's an increase of tier 2 and 3 areas and families may have used the half term break to travel too. We also know that children may not be aware that their temperature is high and that [...]
A school break, but there's always something happening to keep it all maintained and looking ship shape. I had a quick maintenance visit today with my handy little helpers. A little bit of fun may have been had on the new "Crinkle Crags" Climber, but we managed to power wash the gazebo ready for a coat or two of something, [...]
Our Yr5s have been out this week on their bikes learning lots about their riding skills, road safety and bits of the Highway Code too. Level 1 had them all put through their paces out on the playground, starting, stopping swerving, emergency stopping and also trying to master riding with just one arm on the handlebar. Level 2 was much [...]