The Highway, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 4PA
A Compassionate Learning Community
Another fantastic book day was celebrated a little late this year due to the snow. A fantastic effort by all, well done everyone for making it such a memorable day.
Mrs Cruddas took art week competition winners Callan, Amaya and Nawal with their guests, Corbin, Ishie and Tharia on a trip to London as a reward for winning the art competition. They went to the National Portrait gallery and you can see them standing in front of the portraits of Michael Rosen and Julia Donaldson. They had a lovely day out travelling on the Gatwick Express to get there. People on the train commented on how well behaved the children were and Mrs Cruddas was extremely proud of them.
Another spectacular summer fayre over, time to celebrate its tremendous success! A huge well done and thank you to everyone who gave up their time to make it such a special day for all, particularly Lana who was the driving force for a second year. Lana you are incredible and do so much for the school, everyone is very grateful to you for all your hard work. Here are the highlights of the day:
Another fantastic event this year as the sun came out for the annual Children's Parade. Great to see such a good turn out and enthusiasm as we took our enormous butterfly through the lanes, as the theme was Poetry in Motion.
This year's Spring Sing Song had a great turn out and the children sang beautifully. Thanks to all who came along, a great time was had by all. Here's another chance to see our latest music video!
World Book Week 2017
We had a fantastic time this year with activities all week. On dress up day the standard of costumes was very high and we invited in Tunde Hundeyin who is a professional photographer and parent at the school. We're sure you'll agree the photos he's taken are spectacular, thank you Tunde! Visit his website to find out more http://www.tundehundeyin.com/
We had a fantastic time at the Valentines Disco. All the members of PAGE did a brilliant job organising the event and a great time was had by all.
Oh yes we did! This year we put on a traditional pantomime with jolly songs, lots of laughs and two fantastic pantomime dames. Everyone had lots of fun!
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Lower School Nativity
The lower school put on their annual Nativity on the 5th and 6th December and it was fantastic as always! Lovely singing from all children and superb acting from Year 2 (and some Year 1s as well.) All the grown ups that came to watch were bursting with pride and we had lots of lovely comments as they left. A huge thank you to all the staff for their hard work in putting the show together.
Children in Need
The whole school wore pyjamas to school to raise money for Children in Need! A great time was had by all and well done to everyone who donated to such a good cause.
Every September Year 5 prepare a harvest feast to share with the school. Using a traditional apple press to make apple juice, and cooking with ingredients harvested from the school, they spend the whole day getting the feast ready. A fantastic celebration of all the growing we do here at Moulsecoomb, and the Argus came along to document the day. Read the full article here http://www.theargus.co.uk/news/14794761.Pupils_cook_up_storm_for_harvest_fair/
The Summer Fayre was on Saturday 16th July and was a huge success. The sun was hot, there were cold drinks from the Bevy and entertainment from Washington on the decks. There was an enormous turn out as you can see from the pictures and parents, staff and local people gave up their time to make it a truly memorable day. A massive thank you to all involved, particularly Lana and the PAGE team.