The Munch Box servery is open and every single pupil is able to collect their FREE breakfast bagel every morning form 8.30 - 8.45. Thank you to Mrs Harman and our volunteers. If you are interested in helping out then please let us know.
On Monday 25th February the Herstmonceux Science Team visited Year 5 with a huge dome, which was set up in the Sports Hall. The children were locked inside while the Solar System was projected onto the ceiling. We learnt a lot about stars, planets and astronauts while whizzing around the Galaxy.
Bugsy Malone class enjoyed sharing their dream jobs today. The children had gone to great effort to prepare for the event by thinking about their dream job, the route they would have to take to achieve it and what that job would be like once they were doing it. We had a huge range of careers such as hairdressers, make up artists, architects, archaeologists, comedians and pilots! The children all presented their ideas and findings with such confidence and were thoroughly entertaining- well done!
Year 3 spent the day dressed as Greeks and exploring Greek Olympics, Greek food and Greek art as part of their fabulous finish! Parents came in in the afternoon to look at the children’s work and activities from the day and share some Greek food and culture!
On Thursday last week, Year 1 went on an exciting dinosaur adventure to Paradise Park in Newhaven. The coach was bubbling with excited children who couldn't wait to start the dinosaur activities. Whilst there, we went on a dinosaur safari and saw lots of large dinosaur statues, learning their names as we ventured round. We learnt lots of new things in the Planet Earth exhibition and we became excellent clue spotters looking for the answers to the quiz throughout. We got the opportunity to ride on the miniature train; having competitions of who could scream the loudest through the tunnel! The children (and a lot of the adults!) had great fun in the indoor soft play and outdoor play areas. We
Modern dance club wowed an audience of 200 last Thursday night when they took the famous Langney Flashmob to Ratton school’s stage for a dance festival involving 8 other schools. Dancing to a mix of 7 songs, our 50 dancers really showed the rest of Eastbourne what Langney is all about!
A fantastic performance and a huge thank you to the parents and staff who helped the Flashmob take part!
Look out for further Flashmob news when we do our thing and take our dancers to town!