Good evening from Fairthorne!
Day 2 started wet and grey but a breakfast of sausages and hash browns soon raised our spirits. Group 1 headed off for the zip wire while group 2 went into the woods to find insects. The rain continued but everyone was doing their best to be their best and challenge themselves to attempt the zip wire, then the abseiling wall and finally the climbing wall.
Even Mr Burt abseiled and climbed the wall. Mrs Dudley and Mrs Ingledew were very busy taking photos!!
This evening, it’s fish and chips for tea then relay games in the hall. The instructors here have lots of enthusiasm and are proving to be a big hit with the children. The teachers are hoping for an early night for everyone!
Goodbye for now, from all at Fairthorne Manor!
[Written by Mrs Dudley and Mr Thorns]
Hello from Fairthorne!
We arrived and explored the park with the weather generally holding for us too! Plenty of mud
and big puddles to splash in though.
Lunch was great – they had made some tomato soup which lots of us tried and which warmed us up ready for the afternoon.
First we had orienteering which was fast and gave us time to explore further. Then we had camouflage lessons where lots of us got very muddy. Ninja squirrel and sardines finished the afternoon.
Chicken kebabs for tea then wide games to finish the evening – leaving many of us exhausted and ready for a good night’s rest!
Keep an eye out for future updates in the coming days!
Goodbye for now, from all at Fairthorne!
[Written by Mrs Dudley & Mr Thorns]
Well the BLUE team did it again!
When Mrs Landon arrived back from wherever she had disappeared off to,she was amazed to see everyone working so hard on their creative activities. There was a calm industrious feeling in all the classrooms with children (and adults) all making glittery stars, pine cones and bows so that Aderin-Pocock’s hoops look like a ‘Winter Wonderland’.
Please enjoy them when you come into school to join in our Sing-a-long at the end of term.
The children also learnt how to sign the song too. All in one short morning – how amazing are they?? And the wonderful Mr Moloney was too; singing, dancing and signing all the way through.Mr Burt and Mrs Archer did a fantastic job of tidying up afterwards – ably helped by Alisha and Ruby… you wouldn’t have known anything had been going on…well almost (our classrooms might still be glittery in May!!). A huge thank you should go out to Mrs Shephard and Mrs White who were last seen putting the hoops together..patience of a saint comes to mind!
Not only did the team produce some fantastic artwork and learn how to sign a new song, they also had to contend with a fire practice! They all left the building in a quiet sensible fashion with little noise. This was quite an experience as most people were not where they would normally be but were still able to line up outside quickly and quietly. Well done all.
A big thanks and a pat on the back to all those in Aderin-Pocock – yet another very successful team morning.
We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas – have a great time over the holidays…not long left!
[Written by Mrs Landon]
This afternoon, Jack, the Giant and his wonderful mother Dotty visited Holbrook for a Pantomime afternoon of fun filled madness!
Children were entertained with Pantomime dancing, singing and the wonderful Muriel the Cow! Singing along with the “Bravery Song” and “Muriel’s Song” the children were captivated by the performance, getting the school ready for the Christmas celebrations.
Continue reading “Pantomime Visits Holbrook ~ Jack and the Beanstalk!”
On Friday, two lucky children from LRP, had the chance to cook some amazing cup-cakes with the help of Mrs Smith and Mrs Righini-Nisbett.
They were given this opportunity as they had earned all their buttons for good behaviour all week.
Well done both of you!!!
[Written by Mrs Ingledew]
The children in Sea Otters and Turtles have been enjoying their weekly trips to Gosport Leisure Center. Year 5 are taught in three groups depending on their swimming ability.
Continue reading “Year 5 Swimming Continues….”
On Friday afternoon all of our new House Teams: Hawking (red), Turing (yellow), Attenborough (green) and Aderin-Pocock (blue) got together in and had some great fun.
Let’s start this with Hawking team. This activity looked amazing – they made a film canister rocket to represent Stephen Hawking! To make this they needed: water, pink lemonade and vitamin tablets. Most of them were successful. Other groups in this team also made nebula jars. A nebula is a space cloud/mist, which children made in cups/jars. In angelfish they were drawing supernovas – they all looked amazing!
Continue reading “Team afternoon!”