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Autumn Week 6

We have had an incredibly busy few weeks of sport here at St Neot’s.with a number of tournaments for both hockey and football across a wide variety of age groups. We also hosted our own football tournament yesterday for U13s. It was a great success with some fantastic football on show. St George’s ran out winners once again, whilst St Neot’s had success too, winning a thrilling plate final 3-2 on penalties.

Last Friday the U11 girls went to the IAPs hockey tournament where they played some superb hockey, reaching the plate final when they just ran out of steam after a long day and were narrowly beaten. Well done girls!

Last weekend also saw the U13 boys compete in the ISFA tournament at Moulsford, whilst the U11 went to the Bradfield Tournament. Both sides played some great football against tough opposition but couldn’t quite reach the latter stages.

This week we have had the U10A girls go to the Bradfield tournament, where they had coaching during the day and then the tournament in the afternoon. They played brilliantly, securing a couple of wins and some draws.

The senior girls competed in a tournament at Pangbourne College, with the First team only conceding three goals in six games but just not quite scoring enough to be in contention for the win.
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Autumn Week 6

This week’s assembly began with a presentation from Dominie Dubsky about her terrific fundraising. In the summer holidays, Dominie had twelve inches of her hair cut off to donate to the Princess Trust who provide wigs for children who have lost their hair through cancer. In doing so, Dominie raised over a whopping £1,200! An incredibly thoughtful and caring thing to do.

Citizens of the Week were plentiful this week with so many children showing a caring and considerate attitude around school. Owen Campling, José Tilley and Ollie Steer received a certificate for helping the lunch ladies in the dining room, Taylor Newton-Cassidy received one for being so thoughtful and Harry Calder and Filippo Bonucci were given certificates for being kind and considerate. Luke Cherrington’s politeness earned him a certificate and Nina Bisset was awarded one for being so helpful in the classroom. Felix Rowland, Libby Lewis, Molly Fergusson and Liam Gardiner were made Citizens of the Week for always being so incredibly thoughtful towards both staff and children. George Williams was recognised for his support of his peers and Max Gillings for including everyone and making sure everyone has a ‘buddy’. Ben Jones was also nominated as Citizen of the Week for being so helpful during the House meetings.
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From​ ​exploration​ ​to​ ​collaboration​ ​-​ ​Reception​ ​have​ ​been​ ​hard​ ​at​ ​work​ ​this​ ​half​ ​term!

This half term Reception have been learning about autumn. The children have enjoyed exploring the school grounds looking for conkers, leaves and other signs of autumn. As well as settling into tennis, swimming, P.E, music and French the children have also been taking part in Forest school sessions , where they have been developing the skills needed to be independent, to collaborate and to explore individual ideas. These skills have transferred into the classroom and it has been wonderful to see how well all the children have settled into their new classes.

Harvest Time!

That time of year has come again to give thanks and appreciation for all the wonderful food we have. All the children have worked very hard in remembering their lines and songs for the Harvest celebration. We were all very proud of them and would like to give them a BIG pat on the back for all their hard work. Well done! Not only were the children very busy this week with preparation for the Harvest celebration but the children also were a great team in making a harvest loaf, that can be seen in Reception. We also delivered parcels of food donated from parents and children at the school to the local residents in Eversley. The children enjoyed meeting the residents and sharing some Harvest songs with them.

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