Our lunchtime club for service children, ‘Full Force’ met up on Friday to welcome a special visitor.
Ruth Wilson from Gosport Discovery Centre came into school to talk to the children about the origin of poppies and how we wear poppies to commemorate service men and women that have been killed in all conflicts to date.
Ruth brought with her some poppy seeds of the ‘Papaver rhoeas’ variety and the children were able to plant these seeds in the pond area where we hope to create our own memorial garden. We look forward to seeing them successfully grow next spring.
We will keep you updated on our rememberance garden as it develops.
[Written by Miss Pullan]
This morning, Holbrook was visited by Olympian Deji Tobais, who runs in 100m and 200m sprinting…
He spoke with children about working hard, never giving up and making changes in their lives in order to achieve. He also spoke about the injuries that he has faced over his career, including suffering from meningitis and becoming deaf in one ear, including how he still gave his very best in order to compete in athletics championships.
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Staff at the Range welcomed year 3 with open arms to help us with our maths and science work about plants. Penguins spent the morning exploring the outdoor plant selection and had the chance to chat to Luke the garden centre supervisor.
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