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On Tuesday, the Easter Bunny hopped by Felixstow Community School for an early visit! The Juniors enjoyed an Easter egg hunt in the classrooms and then the whole school participated in a range of Easter activities. We hope everyone has a wonderful Easter break.
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On Monday, 22nd March, Felixstow Community School walked to the local community centre for an experience with SciWorld. The students learnt about space relating to our inquiry topic ‘Our Place in Space’, along with the opportunity to go inside a Star Dome to look at different constellations and the brightest, oldest and coloured stars we can see at night.
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On Friday 19th, Felixstow students and staff celebrated Harmony Day. Throughout the day the students moved around in groups to participate in painting, nature mandala making, storybook reading, bookmarks, Sri Lankan dancing, and Harmony hands. Our year 6 and 7 students acted as our leaders throughout the day to move the different groups of students around, and what a wonderful […]
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On Thursday 25th February Felixstow staff and students headed to Woodhouse for a day of outdoor activities. Students climbed Challenge Hill which included a range of obstacles for them to try, they enjoyed a game of Disc Golf, and then had to navigate their way through the Labyrinth. A wonderful day was had by all!
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Our students celebrated their learning yesterday with our Term 4 Learning Expo. While we weren’t able to have parents come along, our students shared their learning with each other and presented their dance, drama, music and media arts pieces to the rest of the students. We are so proud of everything they have achieved this term.
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Our year 6 and 7 students were lucky enough to head down to West Lakes on Wednesday 3rd December for their end of year Aquatics Day. They were able to enjoy surfing, canoeing, sailing and other water activities. The students were so excited that this event was able to go ahead! We were very impressed with the skills that they showed throughout […]
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We were really proud to see some of our students graduate from Children’s University this year despite the challenges that they have faced. Students are presented with a certificate for 30 hours of time spent on extra curricular activities, and then for every 35 hours after that. This equates to an additional full school week of learning. Unfortunately, the students were not […]
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The Premier’s Reading Challenge was introduced in 2004 to encourage children to read more books and improve literacy skills. Students who complete the challenge receive an award depending on the number of years they have participated for. We were very proud to see that this year we had 64 of our students participate in the challenge. A special mention goes to 2 of […]
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On the 11th day of the 11th month, our students and staff commemorated the end of WWI back in 1918. Students discussed the history of the day throughout the morning and made poppies to place outside beneath our flags. As a school, we held a minutes silence at the 11th hour of the day.
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Sports day was a hit on the 29th October, with the red team coming out victorious in the end. The students enjoyed an assortment of activities including team and individual sports of running, three-legged races, water balloon tossing, hurdles and so much more. We were so excited to have our families back on site for one of the first times this […]
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