Y4/5/6 – practise these dance moves to get ready for going to the O2 Arena.
One of our wonderful Year 3 boys has been voted Most Improved Player for 2015 by Hailsham United Football Team. Alongside this trophy he has received numerous medals for the matches he has played in. Well done for such a great achievement!
We were delighted to receive our free baking kit from Anchor Dairy and the first group to use it was Comets class – where they were making pizzas. Many thanks to the team at Anchor for supplying us with these.
It was a privilage to welcome Craig Post to our assembly today to talk to us about his accomlishments as an Olympic Gold Medalist. Craig Post is part of the Special Olympics Team for the South of England. He has taken part in the Special Olympics in shotput & the 50m sprint. One of his biggest achievements has been goalkeeper as part of the Special Olympics Team representing Great Britain. What really shone through in the assembly was Craig’s perseverance in sport and his amazing achievements. Craig has over 1500 medals including 55 gold medals. He has an FA Coaching Level 1 certificate and is a coach with Prodirect Soccer Academy, working with our football club on a weekly basis. He is a great inspiration for the children.
What a pleasure it was to watch the Year 3 celebrate their learning this morning with so many of their family and friends.
I was so impressed with their confidence when speaking in public, their references to all the learning that had taken place and particularly their poetry recital at the end. Their passion for History shone through and it was clear that they had enjoyed the Romans as part of their learning journey. Well done Satellites!
What a lovely celebration assembly this was, jam packed full of learning. The children showed empathy with Anne Frank as part of their topic and shared some lovely diary extracts they had written. The instructions on how to capture a dragon were well written and full of the key details you would need to know if this ever became necessary! Finally, they demonstrated the Haka in action and finished by performing a whole class poem.