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D-Day memories

2019-06-07T20:36:05+01:007th June, 2019|Home, News, Year 1, Year 3|

D-Day: When Bill Went to War Else and Rory have proudly shared their Great-Grandfathers D-Day achievements during collective worship this week.  If you would like to hear the interview in full please click here for the BBC link. Bill Eames from Enniskillen, one of last remaining D-Day pilots, who recalls his flight into enemy [...]

The Glorious Globe theatre

2019-06-07T20:16:03+01:007th June, 2019|Home, News, Year 5, Year 6|

As part of Year 5 and 6's 'Shakespeare' topic the classes were inspired by a trip to the Shakespeare Globe theatre, London.  We tiptoed through our guided tour of the theatre, as actors were busy rehearsing 'A Midsummers Nights Dream' on the stage- it was fascinating to see the actors being interrupted by the [...]

Sporting achievement at the ‘Year 6 Games’!

2019-05-24T14:20:38+01:0024th May, 2019|Home, News, Sport, Year 5, Year 6|

I am so proud of Year 6 and the Year 5s who took part in the Mandeville School Year 6 Games.  They represented the school with motivation, determination and team spirit.  Each participated in one of six sports: netball, football, hockey, tag rugby, end zone and handball.  A special well done to the hockey [...]

Just beat it- Drumming Performance.

2019-05-22T14:42:58+01:0022nd May, 2019|Clubs, Home, News, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6|

As Wednesday morning started there was a palpable ripple of excitement across the Junior site, as Mr Heard's drumming pupils performed at our annual assembly.  We were wowed by rock songs, from '80's hit 'Eye of the Tiger' to 'Imagine Dragons'.  A mixture of y4-y6 pupils have worked hard, through the expert tuition of [...]

Junior ‘Land army’ update.

2019-05-20T10:08:10+01:0020th May, 2019|Clubs, Home, News|

Well, the summer term is half way through and gardening club have been incredibly busy.  We have planted tomatoes, sunflowers and peas and have had some generous donations of sweet peas, nasturtiums, sunflowers and lobelia from Rachel, our 'green-fingered' midday supervisor.  The children have enjoyed making a trellis for the sweet peas and the [...]