Year 3&4 Multi Skills Festival Who would not enjoy a double PE session after school? These ten children certainly did, with gusto! It involved a rotation of multi-skill based activities and games (jumping, throwing, crawling) alot of teamwork and determination held at Hailsham Community College. The aim was to challenge the children to achieve their personal best and give them the opportunity to develop their physical competence whilst importantly engaging with other children and HAVING FUN. A big thank you to Mrs Trunkfield for helping us out! Go Team Langney!! Mr Field
The Year 5s have been learning all about the Anglo Saxons this term, and have been linking their learning across the curriculum. The parents joined the children for the Fabulous Finish where they enjoyed an Anglo Saxon brooch making workshop. Parents assisted the children in transferring their symmetrical brooch patterns onto gold and silver card then decorating them with gems. Finally, we attached a pin so that the brooch could be worn. This was a lovely calm Fabulous finish enjoyed by all.
Building the Picture: EYFS Parent Workshop, Thursday 17th October Thank you to all of the nursery and reception parents who came along to the workshop this morning. You were so receptive and a great group to work with. It was lovely to do the ‘Marvellous Me’ activity with you, and to find out all of those wonderful things about the children. Details and access codes to start receiving observations from school and for you to send in your observations are coming very soon. Olly the Octopus again (the eight optimum times to observe children. (With thanks to the ESCC Early Years Improvement Team and their Observation, Assessment, Planning and Evaluation Toolkit.) This is the link to the 50 T
Just look at some members of Brown Bear class in Year 1!! They are celebrating being "Run the World" Champions for Term 1. They have covered nearly 400 miles as a class! Miss Dunton was thrilled and they have promised to keep up the "Active Body, Healthy Mind" motto! Well done Brown Bear class and enjoy the trophy!
Following on from a tour of the Town Hall, our School Council was lucky enough to hold a full meeting in Eastbourne Town Hall's Court Room. Councillor Tutt, who had kindly invited the School Council to visit the Town Hall, hosted our visit, along with fellow councillor Rebecca Whippy and the Mayor's assistant, who regaled us with stories from Eastbourne's past. We were shown the very depths of the building where the oldest records were kept, the original and impressive Council Chamber and the Mayor's office. The children were captivated by the Mayor's mace, an impressive solid silver, gold plated ceremonial weapon, and enjoyed guessing the true worth of the gold chains of office! Our meeting
On Saturday, in very wet conditions our school football team played in the Annual Eastbourne Primary Schools Football Tournament , held at Ocklynge School playing fields. Our team was the only school participating as a mixed squad for which we are very proud of. The boys and girls certainly matched their opposition in endeavour and skill , recording 2 wins (OPA and West Rise) and 2 1-0 losses (Ocklynge and Tollgate). A huge thank you to all the parents for their positive support and their supply of coffee and snacks throughout and a special mention to Mrs Howard for keeping tabs on me and parent Mr Dell for assisting me in the officiating some of the games, including refereeing the Final bet
More lively learning today as Year 1 children used their magic chalk today to draw some exciting things such as sweets and even a dog! Much to our disbelief, the things that we drew came to life and a lovely dog named Dusty appeared on our playground!
A huge thank you to all the families that donated food today. We held a very special assembly and spoke about "Giving" and "Connecting", two of our five ways of wellbeing. We heard a lovely song from our young choir and a poignant story about choices and happiness. Eastbourne Foodbank send their thanks as they came to collect our Harvest earlier today.
We are halfway through our Invictus Games Day and every child has completed their fitness circuit alongside Darran Challis, our Invictus VIP. Everyone has worked very hard and it was a brilliant atmosphere in the Sports Hall. Former Army Warrant Officer Darran competed in the Invictus Games in Orlando in 2016 and we look forward to hearing his story in special assemblies this afternoon!
A brilliant Swimming Gala at Eastbourne College tonight!! Well done to all swimmers and a big thank you to the loudest families supporting! Great to have Mr Field back and a big shout out to Miss Skinner, Miss Jackson and Miss Fosbueary!!! We are so proud of you Langney pupils!!!!! GO LANGNEY!!!!