Our Year 5/6 children enjoyed a Victorian Day last Wednesday where they had to concentrate hard to make sure that they didn’t get the cane or the Dunce’s Hat! The day included a performance by the Rainbow Theatre Company and a taste of what school might have been like 150 years ago.
The whole school enjoyed an assembly on Thursday in which our school’s new reading initiative, Buster’s Book Club, was launched. Children even got to meet Buster the Bug, who was a surprise guest in the assembly! The initiative is all about the children reading and listening to stories with others at home. Children can earn […]
The Collegiate Trust has grown from two to six academies across Croydon and Crawley in the last year, and is now delivering high quality learning to over 4000 pupils and students, employing almost 600 staff and with an annual income of almost £22m. As a result we are looking to make further appointments to our group of […]
While their class mates were at Sayers Croft, Year 4 children at school were kept busy completing drama workshops, making dens and designing and making their own pizzas, which were stored in boxes complete with their own branding. Yum!
To finish off a busy week, eight Year 4 pupils attended a Badminton Festival run by Crawley Sports Partnership. The children developed their skills with the help of Sports Leaders from Holy Trinity school.
Gossops Green celebrated World Book Day on Thursday and all children were asked to decorate a wooden spoon as their favourite book character. The children rose to the challenge admirably. These are just a very small selection of the spoons on offer. Well done everyone!
Home-Start Crawley, Horsham and Mid-Sussex are looking for volunteers with parenting experience who can offer friendship and support to vulnerable local families with young children. Training and support is provided. If you are interested, please see the attached flyer here.
On the 10th March, there was a clean up in Woldhurstlea Woods (off Buckswood Drive) that had been organised in conjunction with Crawley Borough Council. Amongst those that took part was Kallum from Year 6, who participated with his older sister. They worked really hard from 10am to 11am with the main group and then, once the official litter […]
Year 5 and 6 were literally holding hearts in their hands during a recent science lesson. All of the children got the opportunity to dissect a lamb’s heart as part of their studies. The lesson was a huge success with children calling it ‘fascinating, interesting and fun’.