Year 5 experienced the sights, sounds and smells of the rainforest yesterday without having to go to the Amazon – we visited the Living Rainforest in Newbury where the children found out just how hot and humid a rainforest is, and how the plants and animals are adapted to thrive there. We met the cheeky Goeldi’s monkeys, the funny six banded armadillo and the slightly scary salmon-pink toed tarantula. A fantastic day was had by all!
Good Morning Mr Gove - 7/07/2017
We were lucky enough to receive a visit our local MP , The Right Honourable Michael Gove, this morning. He was taken on a tour... more
A Jolly Good Sport (s Day)! - 7/07/2017
Last week saw the annual Sports Day for Reception to Year 6 take place again at the wonderful setting of the RMA Sports Track, Sandhurst.... more
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