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We are incredibly proud of the fact that, in our most recent parent survey, 100% of Edmund Waller parents would recommend the school to another parent.
Open Mornings For Prospective Reception Class Parents At Edmund Waller
This year we will be holding three open mornings for prospective Reception Class parents. This will consist of a talk from the Head Teacher followed by a tour of the school. It is, therefore, important to arrive on time. The dates are:
Friday 1st November at 9.30am
Tuesday 19th November at 9.30am
Thursday 9th January at 9.30am
We look forward to seeing you at one of these sessions, there is no need to book and you are welcome to bring your child too.
The whole school is just about to set off for a full day’s rehearsal for tonight’s Summer Concert at the Queen Elizabeth Hall.
See you there tonight!?!
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Have a great weekend.
Off for a walk along the beachfront to Shanklin,
At the end of the walk, a bit of shopping then picnic in Rylstone Gardens.
Monkeying around at the Monkey Haven
Lunch with a view
Whilst some went in the swimming pool, the rest enjoyed themselves in the games room
Some chose to watch the football – some chose to play on the beach
Lunch on deck as we crossed The Solent. A quick look at Carisbrooke Castle, then on to the hotel for dinner before going on to the beach until the sun started to go down. All now happily settled in their rooms.
Children have been EXCELLENT … Proud teachers – very happy!
What a wonderful day 2MH had in Whitstable last Friday!
On 21st June, 2MH took the coach to Whitstable on the Kent coast as part of our topic work ‘Let’s Explore’ to compare and contrast life by the seaside with the that of the town and countryside.
It was a glorious sunny morning when we arrived at Whitstable ready for our exciting day of learning and discovery. First of all we wandered through the fish market and looked at the boats in the harbour before sitting on the beach and recording our first impressions of the seaside.
After this, we sketched a wooden-shuttered seafront house and then walked along beside the pebble beach until we reached a quiet place to sit and have our lunch. After skimming pebbles in the sea, we had a paddle in the water, made sandcastles and played games on the beach.
Finally, we walked further along the coastline and sketched the beach huts along the front before heading back to the coach to return to school.
It was a fantastic and very memorable day and everyone was really well-behaved. Many, many thanks to our parent/carer helpers who accompanied us on the visit … your help was greatly appreciated!
At Robin Hill Country Park
Spot the bird in these photos from the falconry display…
Fun & adventure…
Celebrations for the birthday boy…
Our last night on the beach…