It’s been a wonderful weekend weather-wise, but also a weekend to celebrate for Patcham Junior School. The year 5 children did a great job, chanting their way through the streets of Brighton. Thank you to all the parents who turned out to help! The big Lemon bus looked resplendent, and though the ‘feeling like a […]
What will Brighton look like in 50 years? What are your dreams for the future? If you were in charge, what would you do? Year 4 pupils from Patcham use their visionary powers to predict what Brighton will look like in the year 2066. To celebrate Brighton Festival’s fiftieth year, ONCA has teamed up with […]
2015 is of course an important year if you are of a certain age and have nostalgic memories of Back to the Future… I enjoyed watching an article on breakfast news this week about hoverboards that operated on water (for safety reasons) – it looked fantastic fun! Following the OFSTED outcome we too are back to […]
Dare I say it… no snow yet! The annual scattering of the white stuff is greeted with screams of delight by most of the children in the country, but presents a huge dilemma to headteachers… Lets hope for a continued mild winter. This week I have been busy working on the School Self Evaluation summary. […]
Its hard to know what picture to use today – so much has been going on this week (I eventually chose a picture of our really helpful playtime buddies, who planned and organised playtime games with the children who will be joining us in September): Year 5 and 6, as part of our transition arrangements to […]
Run the World For the third year in a row, the whole school had the opportunity to take part in Run the World. This year it was bigger than ever, with nearly 7,000 children taking part. Unfortunately, just like last year, the Heavens opened up and many of the children got wet. However, this […]
Barcombe The sun certainly didn’t shine on our Year 4 trip to Barcombe, but we didn’t let it dampen our spirits as we investigated the local area, and made friends with local school children. Our travel surveys might have got wet, alongside our feet, but we enjoyed seeing how life operates in a more rural […]
Linklater Another day, another trip! This time, each class in year 4 had the chance to visit the acclaimed nature reserve in Lewes. We saw a beehive close up, and videoed several of our new insect friends, before carefully taking them back to their natural habitat.