Larch and Kingfishers Classes

Archive for April, 2014

Durleighmarsh Farm

This morning we took a trip to visit Alison at Durleighmarsh Farm. We wanted to find out from Alison how important Bees and Butterflies were to the farm in growing the crops. Alison told us that Butterflies were not helpful at all! They just lay eggs that turn in to caterpillars and then they eat […]


The Monarchy

We began our topic on the Victorians by finding out what we already know about Kings and Queens of the United Kingdom. By sharing our knowledge we discovered we knew something about quite a few of the past and present Kings and Queens. Using the internet, we looked at portraits of past Kings and Queens […]

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Potato Update

We were not the only ones to enjoy our lovely weather over the Easter holidays. Look what happened to our potatoes! We had to add more soil to our grow bags and made sure they had plenty of water. Fingers crossed this is a sign of a bumper harvest. Watch this space…  


The New Code of Practice

What does this mean? The following website has further information; Special educational needs legislation is being reformed by the Government with new approaches coming into place from September 2014. This is to improve outcomes for children and young people with complex needs and the experience of parents and carers. Hampshire County Council has been […]


Daffodil Competition 2014… continued…..

Sean has been busy in his garden, growing and nurturing his daffodil bulb. He took this photograph to show the results of his hard efforts before the flower finished blooming. Well done Sean!


Parent Workshop

If this is of interest to you, please contact Sally Barnett as detailed below, to book your place. Coping & Support Information Workshop On Tuesday 20th May between 10am-12pm At The Community Room, Chase Children’s Centre Budds Lane, Bordon GU35 0JB This information workshop is for parents/carers who have children with additional needs We will […]


Solar Schools Sleepover

It is 5am on Saturday morning. All has been very quiet for several hours now. Just the odd murmur of children talking in their sleep, or a little snore (and that’s just Mr Stanley!). It’s amazing to see how far some people can travel in their sleep. Some children have been able to do a […]


Au Revoir Madame Blackmore!

This week, we took the opportunity to practice our French and performance skills. Mrs Blackmore has been a Governor at our school for several years and has looked after everyone in HG (children and adults) very well. We wanted to thank Mrs Blackmore for all that she has done, especially as she is leaving the […]


Human Maths

In maths this week, we have been looking at multiplication and division. Mrs Green challenged us to get in to groups of different multiples. Then we had to make a number sentence to show what we had done. After we had talked together, we realised not all numbers can be shared equally and that sometimes […]


Potato project update!

In class HG, our potatoes have been growing quite well. Our ‘Rocket’ variety are in the lead at the moment. They have lovely healthy looking leaves which we hope is a sign of a good crop. Our ‘Rudolph’ variety are taking a little longer to flourish. We have continued to nurture them with our green […]


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