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Teamwork is the winner at the Lower School sports day!

Another successful Lower School sports day is over with incredible achievements all round. The children ran a variety of races, some testing speed, others balance, co-ordination, even dressing up. The tension on the sports field was electric. And that was just the parents! Luckily the competitive spirit of the adults hasn’t quite rubbed off on the Lower School children yet, who were incredible team players throughout the event. There was plenty of cheering and encouragement and despite Year 2 making rain sticks in art (Mrs Henshaw promised us they didn’t really work!) the weather held and Lower School Sports Day stayed dry. As well as running their hardest, determined to do their best, the children also looked out for each other in true St Neot’s style. Watching one of the winners invite her little sister up to share in her success summed up the feel of the event. It really wasn’t just about winning, it was about sharing the fun and making memories with those closest. Well done Lower School!

Charity Bake ‘n’ buy Sale raises £117.27!

Congratulations to our young fundraisers in Year 3, who took the initiative and joined forces to raise money for two very worthy causes, the World Wildlife Fund and Battersea Cats and Dogs. With the support of their parents, they made cakes as well as donating their own toys and books. There was much excitement on Monday as they set up their stall at the flower pots, bartering with their customers to raise as much money as possible.And indeed they incredible £117.27! The fundraisers have decided to adopt a tiger at the WWF and donate the rest of the money to Battersea Cats and Dogs. Thank you to everyone who supported their efforts and made a difference.

Year 5 engineer a successful day!

On Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, Year 5 made the journey to Lyneham in Wiltshire to learn more about the REME and its role, both past and present, in the British Army. The children began their day with a briefing from Oliver, the Education Officer at the REME Museum, who told them all about the corps and what the museum contained. The eager pupils were then keen to explore and see for themselves, so after a short introduction, surrounded by a variety of recovery vehicles that had been used in major conflicts, it was time for some Lego engineering! In groups, the task was to create a working Lego machine which was capable of towing a similar sized vehicle across a table. It was fantastic to see the enthusiasm as they worked, all keen to win the competition. The overall winners were Jonny and Ben, who managed to score an impressive 30 points with their vehicle, which was complete with a whole host of additional features they had designed! After lunch, they were given the opportunity to wander through the museum and look at the vehicles, weapons and memorabilia in more detail. It was a brilliant day and Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed it.

Tireless Year 8s enjoy an action packed week!

The Year 8 Leavers’ programme is in full swing and the pupils have been having a fantastic time in the glorious sunshine!So far they have collectively swum the English Channel. It took them two hours and they completed a total of 1500 lengths for their charities Cerebral Palsy Sport, Stepping Stones and Phyllis Tuckwell. Then on Saturday the children hosted a ‘Come Dine With Me’ for their parents. They cooked, prepared and served all of the food with help from Paul, our Head Chef, and not forgetting the Year 8 form tutors! This event raised over £1000 for their charities.The indefatigable pupils then camped overnight in the school grounds and worked over two days to achieve their Gold Navigation Award. Three instructors assisted the children as they made their own maps, identified symbols on a map and finally planned out their own route around Bramshill. Year 8 learnt many important and valuable life skills despite the searing heat!

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23 June 2017
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