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Autumn Week 2 & 3

It has been a busy and successful start to the term with many certificates awarded across the school.

Just in the last two weeks the following children have been awarded a Citizen of the Week certificate:
Jamie O and Olivia R who were both seen to be very helpful in the dining room; Scarlett, Felicity and Oscar T for being such kind and thoughtful friends; Amelia F for helping her peers in lessons; William E, Wilson, Ryan, Heidi and Clara-Rose were rewarded for a good deed at the end of last term when they helped to clear all the chairs after Speech Day; Safia and Lara were also recognised for being kind in horse riding and showing good leadership skills for the beginners.
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Year 2 calculate how to save the animals

After learning about some of the most critically endangered animals on our planet and the ways in which humans have caused this, Year 2 were determined to do what they could to help. They planned, marketed and budgeted for a sale to save the animals.The stalls were incredibly busy, with our young salespeople creating a real buzz. They worked out prices and mentally calculated change and we were thrilled to see the customers leaving happy! On top of that, they managed to raise a whopping £62.50 for the WWF. What an achievement at such a young age!

Year 6 travel back to Anglo Saxon times

One half of the year group arrived early Monday morning and stayed until Tuesday afternoon, whilst the other half visited from Tuesday to Wednesday, and their experiences were very similar. The children took part in various activities, including honing their skills at archery and following a Saxon rune trail across the grounds of the beautiful Elizabethan house. They also tried their hand at numerous Saxon games, including a favourite for many - Kubb! Everything, though, was building up to the main event - a Saxon banquet. Everyone got dressed up in traditional Saxon attire, and feasted on a hearty meal whilst serving at the pleasure of Mr Fearn, Mr Berger-North, Mrs Prescott, Mrs Watt and Mrs Steel! The woodland cabins were home for the evening, and after a little free time the children were grateful for the opportunity to rest (some more grateful than others!)The following morning pupils took part in the Battle of Reading reenactment, which occurred in 871AD, and discovered lots of ancient artefacts dating from the time of the Romans all the way to World War II. The enthusiasm was especially evident during the archaeological dig, and it was a trip that will live long in the memory.

Summer Week 9

It has been another busy week of sport at St Neot’s with fixtures and events across a variety of sports. The West Surrey athletics events took place at the beginning of the week with some outstanding individual performances. Harry P won the U13 1500m and will now be going on to compete at the nationals.
Charlie J came third in the same event, whilst Ollie R came third in the U12 high jump. April A came 4th in the U13 100m, Mia F came 5th in the U12 800m, and Zoe C came 6th in the U13 high jump, just 6cm off first. Well done to all pupils who qualified to represent the school at this prestigious level of competition.

The U10s had a cricket tournament at Oratory on Wednesday in a 10 overs-a-side format. Against some very strong opposition, they won one and lost one in the group stage, before narrowly losing in the plate. The boys acquitted themselves admirably and played some impressive cricket throughout the day.
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