We have had a fantastic World Book Day. Waterstones Eastbourne brought hundreds of books into school and the children chose their favourite and swapped their token over. Thank you again Waterstones!! Children and staff dressed up in some amazing costumes and we wrote a school story between 17 classes!
Fifteen excited participants from Monarch Butterfly and Orangutan classes travelled by train to a day of career training. The hosts were the excellent charitable arm of Brighton and Hove Albion, Albion In The Community. What better location to inspire 100 students on their path to a career, than the high quality, sporting environment of the American Express Community Stadium?They joined with other schools from across Eastbourne for a day where aspirations were heightened, expectations were raised and new possibilities were explored.
Rob Josephs, the schools manager from Albion In The Community, equipped the children with a series of small sessions and activities based upon individual perso
On Thursday 27 February, some of our pupils and Mr Poston spent a lovely afternoon with some Age Concern volunteers from the Langney Shed at the Priory. At the beginning of the school year, the whole school had had an assembly on conservation and hedgehogs were voted as the animal that most children would like to focus on. This shows how we demonstrate the British Value of "Democracy" at Langney. As a result of this, the volunteers at Langney shed made six flat pack hedgehog homes ready for our school councillors (with the help of the volunteers) to put together using screwdrivers. All the children had a great time working to put these beautiful homes together. The next step will be for the