On the last day of school, Mrs Sykes organised an Easter Hunt for the children in Robins, Herons and Kingfishers classes. Everyone who took part really enjoyed searching around the school grounds for mini chocolate eggs and chocolate lollies.
Today, 27th January, we held a special assembly to mark the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust.
Some of our children also participated in a short film produced by the Diocese of Winchester to mark Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD). Please click to view.
Have you got what it takes to be in the 'L-Factor'?
When: Thursday 13th February 2020 (approximate time) 1:15-3pm
Where: Longparish Primary School
Who: Children of Longparish CE Primary
Practise your home-grown talent and perform in front of a audience and judges!
You only have...
'The Inn-Spectators' - our KS1 Christmas performance
This year, our KS1 children performed 'The Inn-Spectators' for the Christmas performance.
Everyone was truly amazing. A big thank you to all the children and staff who worked very hard to perform an excellent and enjoyable nativity.
A defibrillator has been installed in the School Community Hall Entrance.
A big thank you to everyone who has helped to fund-raise this important piece of emergency equipment. Thank you also to Vitacress Community Fund who have supported the fundraising of the defibrillator.
We all attended the church service today (6th December) to celebrate St Nicholas Day led by Revd Marshall, wherein we celebrated Rosanna becoming the School Bishop.
This is an important annual service for us, as the school was originally known as ‘St Nicholas School’ and continue...
Glow-ercise and Be Bright, Be Seen Day - we raised £633 for the School Defibrillator
Today we dressed in bright colours for our Be Bright, Be Seen Day and discussed in Act of Worship how we are raising money for a community and school defibrillator. We learnt how the heart sends blood around your body. The blood provides your body with the oxygen and nutrien...