We have had a wonderful final morning at 4D! We’ve completed more activities, including zip wire, scrambling and indie bridge! We’ve then had the challenge of packing. Apologies in advance to parents for the state of the bags coming home to you!
Today was our final celebration too, as we started our day with a birthday muffin for Belle! When asked about celebrating her birthday morning at 4D, Belle said, “It was muddy, fun, adventurous and exciting!”
We’d like to take this
Well our final day at camp has been the wettest, but in true Langney style we haven’t let it spoilt our day! We’ve continued all our activities, including canoeing, zip wire and gladiator challenges. We then had a whole school activity together doing rock climbing. After dinner (which included chocolate cake!) we had an indoor campfire - with songs and games! It was really nice to see some familiar faces when Miss Crane and Mrs Rodemark kindly visited us, who also got fully i
Ten Bright Sparks Nursery and Reception children are enjoying a six week cooking course run by Mrs Knott on a Monday afternoon. The sessions are being held at Langney community hall. The children have been developing their cooking skills and sharing them with their families. They have made some lovely dishes to take home and the children have enjoyed trying some new tastes. We have made fruit kebabs, pizzas and sweet muffins so far. We are trying hard to promote healthier cho
So everyone had a much needed long sleep last night! We were joined this evening by some guests, but they bought the rain!! BBQ pork and jam sponge pudding was yummy for tea. The best voted activities of the day were the high zip wire and the "Scramble" caving experience. Hot chocolate served soon................
Year 6 activities week was action packed today as they spent the morning taking part in water based activities. As you can see, tremendous fun was had in the sunshine. This afternoon was spent making healthy pizzas back in school to replace the calories spent with big distances walked and swam in the last few days!! Well done all.
Tuesday started perfectly - with pancakes!! Some of us even managed a lie in too... until the incredibly late time of 5am! After fearing rain, we’ve been pleasantly surprised to find today even hotter than yesterday! We’ve continued our activities, including abseiling, crate building and orienteering. We’re having so much fun beating our fears - adults and children alike!
Currently we’re sat enjoying hot chocolate and cookies whilst chatting about our evening. We’ve had the
Last week we took fourteen Year 4 and 5 children to take part in a History Scholars Day at Shinewater School. The day was led by local author, Ed Boxall, and well know author, Brian Moses. We had a fabulous day and Finnley even had his work appear on Brian's blog. Finnley said it made him feel very special! Thank you to all the parents who came to the exhibition. Wasn't their work amazing?!
We have safely arrived at Blacklands Farm and within minutes of unpacking the coach, we were off to our first activity. This involved jumping over canoes (before falling in the lake!) and for others it was climbing up a telegraph pole before leaping off to try and grab a trapeze! It has been an adventure filled day and after consuming many sweets, we are buzzing for the week ahead. A particular highlight from today was seeing what everyone had packed..... Miss Post's shower c
Well done to every single Year 6 child in our School. You have truly shown the School values of Aspiration, Positivity, Appreciation and Mutual Respect all week. Thank you to the teachers too! As you can tell from the picture the party was in full swing this morning! We all are so very, very proud of you all.
Last week a very kind member of the public contacted us and offered to take three of our returned stones, representing soldiers of the First World War, to related sites in Belgium. The children in Year 4 chose a stone to represent each of their classes. The stones visited several places including the John McCrae memorial (he wrote the In Flanders Fields poem), and the Mouse Trap Farm (which is featured on the map currently on loan to us from the Royal Sussex Museum Trust). Th