After an amazing Amazon term, Year 4 invited parents to their 'South American' cafe to sample Brazilian inspired fritters and tropical juices they designed in Design Technology lessons. Children were delighted to share their non-chronological reports all about the Amazon Rainforest. Their reports certainly impressed parents who were wowed by the children's beautiful presentation and knowledge about the Amazon. The sweetcorn and potato fritters were a definite hit! Well done
Year 5 (and their parents) showcased their sporting talents today with an afternoon of Hockey and Tag Rugby. Having been developing our skills in both sports throughout the term, the children were keen to demonstrate what they had learnt. Great Buddha took part in a number of hockey games and were even showing the adults how to hold their hockey sticks properly (not above your head Mr Pickford!). Despite the muddy conditions, Angkor Wat were able to show the parents how to c
Mrs Doherty's class were visited by Nelson Victor Carter's grandson, Spyke Baker, this week as part of their learning about someone important to history. They asked some great questions and were able to look at some photos of Nelson as well as some of the medals he had won. Spyke had a fabulous time and said, "As usual, the kids were astonishing!"
On Thursday 24th November, 9 Boys and 9 Girls from Year 5/6 represented the school in the annual South Downs Area Sportshall Athletics Festival held at Hailsham Community College. The team competed against 8 other schools on the day in Track and Field events such as Obstacle Relay, 2 Lap Relay , Vertical Jump and the Triple Jump. The team came 3rd on the day and competed with great effort and determination. Well done all.
After the recent defeat against The Haven Primary School, the Boys Football Team showed a lot of character and determination not to be beaten against Stafford Junior School resulting in a fine 2-1 win. Both goals were scored by Spencer but much praise goes to debutants Taylor ( Year 5) and Tayo (Year 4). Well done all and on to the next games in the Cup and League in Term 3.
Langney choir were out on the road again. This time all wrapped up for a chilly carol service at the Winter Extravanganza held in Horsa Close, Langney. They sang carols a plenty and the crowd sang along too. The Extravaganza was held in aid of Children with Cancer Fund, so thank you for inviting us and well done to everyone involved.
A huge well done to Langney pupils for taking part in the St. Andrew's Christmas Tree Festival. This year's theme was films and Langney made decorations from 'The Avengers.' A special thank you to Miss Pollard and Mrs. Harman who took the lead on this very special project.
Langney Primary School Choir did themselves proud again last night at the Big Sing, held at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. After a busy day of rehearsals and school work, the children from the choir took themselves back to Bexhill for a spectacular evening performance of 'Bang! Catastrophe at the Christmas Cracker Factory'. The children sang and danced with all their might alongside another local school. The talent on the evening shone through and the smiling faces showe