Year 5 enjoy Stubbers

After an excitable coach journey, the children arrived at Stubbers around half past 5 on Wednesday evening. Not long after they had arrived, had they been organised into their tents and prepared their sleeping arrangements. The children were provided with their first of many delicious meals and listened carefully to a safety briefing from the Stubbers staff. Following dinner the children were entertained around the campfire by a variety of songs, many of which were recalled from a previous trip to Belchamps. ‘There was a bird’ was one of the favourites and was heard on a number of occasions over the two days! The children settled themselves into their tents for their first night camping and

Table Tennis Tournament

On Wednesday 28th September, four boys and four girls from the table tennis squad represented the school in the South East Essex Schools competition. Both the boys' and the girls' teams performed brilliantly in the group stage of the competition, convincingly winning all but one of their group matches. This success took them through to the semi-final stage of the competition. Again, the pupils played some amazing table tennis, but were unfortunately pipped 1-3. The final match of the day for both boys and girls was the 3rd / 4th play off. After some close fought games West Leigh finished 4th in both competitions. Congratulations to all players for great play and sportsmanship throughout the

Jeans for Genes

On Friday 23rd September, all the children at West Leigh Junior and Infant School supported the charity ‘Jeans for Genes’ by coming to school wearing denim. We were very impressed to see some double denim looks – and even quadruple denim as modelled by Mr Lear! The school raised an impressive £337.61, which will be used to help children born with genetic illnesses. Thank you to everyone for their support. #wholeschool #year3 #Year4 #Year5 #Year6

Year 3 Greek Day

he children in Year 3 thought they’d gone back in time when they came into school last Friday, as instead of their teachers they were met by four Goddesses from Ancient Greece! The children had a wonderful day gaining a wide experience of what life was like in Ancient Greece in preparation for their first Connected Curriculum topic. The children learnt a little bit of the Greek language, looked at the alphabet comparing it to ours and painted their name as it would be written in Greek. They learnt about the origins of the Olympics as a religious festival, and took part in some games. They discovered how the theatre we have today originated from the Ancient Greeks and designed their own m

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