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What’s been happening at St. Marys

Remembrance Week Walk to War Memorial

Today we each carried a cross, marked with the name of a victim of the war from Hartfield. The children amazed us with the respect and reverence they showed as they walked through the Churchyard, past some of the heroes’ graves stones, and then, led by James Castle,...

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Pause Day

This week the whole school has gone 'off curriculum' to learn about World War 1 in commemoration of 100 years since the end of World War 1 in 1918. We have written prayers, poems and read stories all linked to the week of Remembrance. On Wednesday we had a pause...

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Thrive Day

We are a Thrive school - a school that puts children first and uses the Thrive programme to support them. Mrs Leahy organised a wonderful day where the whole school could access thrive activities for the whole day! All the teachers and teaching assistants are trained...

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Malawi Day

Our Starfish Malawi champions arranged a Starfish Malawi Day - and it was brilliant! The whole school came dressed in the Malawi flag colours of red green and black so we all looked the part too. An amazing well done to Seren, Elodie, Ellie, Phoebe, Ellen, Elouise,...

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St Mary’s University of Life

This week we had our first St Mary’s University of life morning and an opportunity for the children to choose an hour long session in amongst other activities; yoga, hairdressing, chicken keeping, chess, hockey, light, prisms and rainbows, arts and crafts and...

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Lilac’s Victorian Day at the Weald & Downland Museum

On Tuesday 16th October Lilac, along with their counterpart classes from the Pioneer Federation; Chiddingly and East Hoathly attended a ‘Victorian’ Day down near Chichester. Amongst other activities each group took part in a personalised workshop with Lilac enjoy-ing...

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Cherry Class Fire Station Visit

Cherry Class went to visit Forest Row Fire station as part of their learning topic for the "The Great Fire of London". First we had a talk about fire safety at home and what to do if there was a fire at night. Then we tried on the clothes that fire fighters wear  -...

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Cross Country

After the cross country event in school recently we sent no fewer than 24 runners from years 3 to 6 across to Beacon school to take part in the area cross country event. With so many schools taking part we were thrilled to be so well represented in all the races. ...

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Harvest Service

t was lovely to see so many parents and friends of the school at our Harvest Service today.  Reverend Julie and Katrina led us in thanks and inspired us with the theme of generosity.  Thank you to all those who sent in harvest gifts.  Tony Cox from the East Grinstead...

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First Egg

Today we were thrilled that one of our hens (we are not sure if it was Tulip or Rose) laid her first egg! The blue egg was cleverly laid in the nesting box and we all had a look in assembly. When we cracked it open we couldn't believe it was a double yoker! Hopefully...

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Learning Powers

You may have heard your children talking about some wonderful characters recently... Curious Cat, Concentrating Crocodile or even Persevering Parrot. These are our Learning Power characters who have been created over the last year to help the children with their...

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Outdoor Club

In outdoor club we have been harvesting some of our fruit and vegetables this week. We enjoyed eating raspberries and blackberries and have brought in the chard, tomatoes and squash to add to our Assembly table, to help celebrate Harvest in the run up to our annual...

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