This year for the first time the children took part in the annual Worthing Children's Parade. The theme this year was Hogwarts, at Field Place we made a model of Hagrid. The children and their grown ups worked very hard to make him.
Mr Lane picked the winning raffle tickets for this years Easter Egg Raffle.
During Science we made our own paper using old shredded paper. First we soaked the paper in water and then we took it in turns to squeeze and squash the shredded paper into a pulp. Next we used a specially designed frame, covered in mesh, to filter the pulp. After that we needed to press some of the water out of the pulp. Finally we turned the pulp out onto a piece of material and placed it on the heater to dry. After a few days …… we had our very own paper!
Photos from our 100 day maths challenge.
The Children in Reception enjoyed a visit from Rob a circus performer. The children challenged themselves to try something new whilst having fun.
Mrs Allen brought Perrywinkle her pet Hedgehog in to school for the children in Hedgehog class to meet. The children were inspired to create lots of Independent work after meeting Perrywinkle.
We are very proud of our year two athletics team. On Tuesday 23rd May they competed in the QUAD Kids tournament held at Chesswood School. The team came 3rd overall with Chiemeka from Fox class scoring the highest points in the competition.
Teams from year 1 and year 2 competed in the Indoor Athletics competition held at Durrington High School on Tuesday 7th March. Year 2 came joint first with Goring and the year 1 team came third.
The Rainbow Theatre performed for the children in 1. The children enjoyed watching the re-telling of their favourite Fairy Tales.
We are very proud of our year 2 Athletics team who have won first place in the competition held at Durrington Junior school on 19th May 2016. The whole team worked very hard winning by an astounding 154 points.
At Field Place Infant school, we feel it is important to acknowledge and reward outstanding behaviour. One of the ways in which we do this is, each month children are invited to a special tea with the Head teacher and other senior staff. This is an extra special treat and does involve cake!
On Thursday 21st April the Orchards school hosted the local area football tournament. We are very proud of our team who won through their group stage to take part in the semi finals.
Funds raised by FOFP were used to surprise the Reception children with a special visitor who shared a story with the children and left a gift for each child.
In year one we have been making Moon Buggies.
Our gymnastics team came 1st in the girls, boys and overall winners in the recent interschool competition.