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Badminton

On Tuesday 4th December, we were treated to Badminton taster sessions from Community Badminton. During the day, Will Bedford ran sessions for all the children on both sites. We enjoyed practicing our skills using pom-poms and net hoops and challenging each other to beat our keepy uppy scores. Will coached everyone in hitting shuttlecocks over the net. Children were then told about further opportunities on Saturdays at Purbeck Sports Centre, Wareham. Please see www.dorset.communitybadminton.org for more details.

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Rights Respecting Schools Curriculum Day - 26th November 2018

On Monday 26th November we joined together as a whole school for a Rights Respecting Schools Curriculum Day. The children worked in mixed aged groups and enjoyed some exciting activities. The day was rounded off with a cake sale where the children sold some of the Fairtrade goods they had baked during the day and over £40 was raised for the UNICEF Bake For Syria charity.

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Athletic Competition - Year 5 & 6

On 22nd November, a squad of Year 5 & 6 children competed in the Indoor Athletic Competition at Purbeck School. The girls got us off to a fantastic start by winning their heat in the Obstacle Relay. Throughout the afternoon, all the children performed to the best of their ability and tried their best in every event. During spare moments between rounds, the children were sharing their knowledge, coaching each other and practicing new techniques for events such as long jump, vertical jump and triple jump.

We are so proud to announce that the school came third place our of six schools. A fantastic achievement for our pupils. Well done!

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Tag Rugby Tournament - Year 5 & 6

We are very proud of our Year 5 & 6 Rugby team who represented the school at the Tag Rugby Tournament at the Swanage and Wareham Rugby Club on Thursday 8th November.

 

On arrival, we were asked to lend some of our members to create a sixth team of "Barbarians". Thank you to Seb, Kaleb and Sam for representing our school in this team. They showed tremendous sportsmanship in their collaboration with children from other schools and scored a number of tries for the Barbarians.

 

The Lulworth and Winfrith team secured third place overall by winning 3 out of their 6 games. They showed great determination, team work and perseverance throughout the tournament.

 

A huge thank you to the team's coach - Mr Trent who has volunteered to train and coach the team during lunchtimes and at the tournament. The children have all benefitted hugely from his advice, knowledge and coaching.

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Remembrance Service

On 11th November lots of children represented the school at the Remembrance day services in winfrith and Lulworth. Pupils were chosen to lay a wreath made my the pupils to pay our respects to those from our villages who have fallen.

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For Remembrance day we all painted a Poppy Pebble and we placed them in our school grounds to remember the soldiers who have sacrificed themselves to keep us safe. We sang our remembrance song and held a 2 minutes silence.

 

 

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Beat the Street School Event

 

During the afternoon of Tuesday 6th November, Key Stage 2 children took part in a Beat the Street event organised specially for our school.

With blue skies and brilliant sunshine, we walked from the school to the top of Bindon Hill. We were treated to glorious views of the sea and the village. Children and staff collected points for the school by tapping their key fobs on temporarily positioned Beat the Street boxes along the route. We found the way down much easier and were happy to return together, refreshed, invigorated and appreciative of the beautiful area that our school is in.

 

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Harvest Festival 2018

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On Monday 16th July, children at Lulworth and Winfrith Primary School joined together on the Lulworth site for an Art, DT and Music Curriculum Day.

 

Children designed, made, decorated and played their musical instruments using recycled materials. Once again, the children demonstrated our core values of Harmony, Fellowship and Belief as they helped, supported and encouraged each other in mixed year group collaborations.

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We were blessed with fantastic weather for the annual school sports day. The school field was full of bright flags and awnings providing a festival like atmosphere to the event.

The children took part in a round robin of different activities and competed in teams named after the Olympic and Paralympic values. After that there was a round of obstacle and sprint races for all classes. children relished the challenge with some the races being extremely close.

 

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World Book day 2018

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World Book Day 2018

 

Due to the snow we had to delay the World Book Day events until 8th March when the children had fun dressing up as their favourite book character.

All children were invited to bring in a book they had read for a 'book swap'. this was a great opportunity to try something new to read.

On the Infant Site the children listened to stories read by Miss Warren, Miss Stopforth & Mrs Elsdon. The Juniors enjoyed Miss Neaves' story of 'Matilda'...she really got into character!!

Back in class the children had fun creating their own book characters, using their artistic skills and imaginations. There was also the opportunity to design their own World Book day tokens for the 2018 World Book Day competition.

 

KS2 Singing Workshop

 

On the 26th March 2018, the KS2 children enjoyed an afternoon Part - Singing Workshop with Liz Radford. Liz taught us to sing Count On Me by Bruno Mars, splitting the children onto 3 groups to sing 3 different parts. During the song, some of us sang at different times to each other as an echo, some of us sang different words and some of us even learnt different harmonies at a different pitch to the tune. We thoroughly enjoyed the experience and are very proud of our recording of the song.

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