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Remembrance Assembly

On Friday 9th November 2018 we had the pleasure of Lynne Baker, representing the Royal British Legion come in and talk to the children during our Remembrance Assembly.  We would like so say a very big thank you to Lynne!

RNLI Visit

On Wednesday 7th November 2018, Mel Smith from the RNLI came into School to talk to the children about the importance of safety in or around the water.  'Be Safe and Have Fun' comprises of four stages: 1. Stop and think

2. Stay together

3. Float

4. Call 999. 

You can visit the RNLI website for further information at www.rnli.org

There was a pack sent home to the children, which was put together by the Rushden Lions who have kindly enrolled all of our children at South End Infant School as members of the RNLI for this year.

Bernard Vann VC Memorial Day 2018

Miss Thorne, Oliva, Emma and Callum, were very honoured and priviledged to be on the Rushden Parade Saturday 29th September 2018 to celebrate the WW1 Victoria Cross cleric Bernard Vann.

To view our photo on the Telegraph's website (image number 61), please visit: https://www.northantstelegraph.co.uk/news/see-all-the-pictures-as-hundreds-honour-rushden-s-most-decorated-war-hero-1-8654404

Cluster Council Careers & Aspirations Winners 2018

Congratulations to our Cluster and School Council for winning the Careers and Aspirations 2018 competition, thank you to all of the parents for showing such amazing support.

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National Science Week 2018

We were very fortunate to have lots of exciting experts attend our School on Monday 12th March 2018.

This got us off to a really good National Science Week, with the children asking lots of questions and having great educational fun... especially with the fire engine hose!

A very special thank you to everyone that joined us:

Jo Bramhall - DNA Scientist, Julie Walker & colleague - Veterinary Nurse, Karrie - RSPCA volunteer, Laura & Jennie - Occupational Therapists, Laura O'Brien - Nurse, Matthew Lloyd - Leather department at Northampton University, Mr Berwick, Mr Sherratt - Rushden Fire Fighters, Mr Bogust - Paramedic, Mr Brewster - Environmental Agency, Mr Sidebottom - Gardener from Poddington, Mrs Caesar - Physiotherapist, Mrs Skinner and Wonder her guide dog for the blind, Mrs Twell - Local farmer and cheese maker, PCSO Dave Bryan and Rushden Fire Service.

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Home Grown and Raised

The eggs from Home Grown and Raised will be arriving on Monday 26th February 2018.

This will provide an amazing educational opportunity for the children to learn about life cycles, before returning to the farm to be raised in a caring environment.

We can also report, our chicks that hatched from the previous incubation experience are still happily clucking around Mrs. Harris' garden and are being very well looked after.

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South End Infant School visits Rushden Library

Over the past few weeks, all of the year groups from South End Infant School have had the opportunity to visit our local Library.

We all felt incredibly proud of the children who attended when Rushden Library kindly posted a public thank you to our "Lovely students" and stated that they were welcome back anytime.

Thank you Rushden Library and well done to our amazing students.

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FOSEIS - Christmas Fair - December 2017

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Thank to everyone who donated, volunteered and who came along to support this years Christmas Fair.  We hope you enjoyed it.  We are pleased to announce that through your generosity we have raised a fantastic amount of £1278.15. Thank you. 

2017 Poppy Appeal - November 2017

The Rushden Branch of the Royal British Legion would like to thank the pupils, parents and staff for raising a fantastic sum of £268.67 for the Poppy Appeal. 

The opening of the Exploration Station - November 2017

Everyone in Reception was extremely excited when the Exploration Station opened in November. The Exploration Station is an outdoor learning space based in the Reception playground that was paid for by funds raised by FOSEIS.  Supporting us also in the groundworks were Kier Construction, The Prince’s Trust and Wickes.

The Reception children sang some beautiful songs they had written about nature and the outside, before the ribbon was cut and the Exploration Station was officially declared open! This is a great example of how important the funds that you help to raise benefited not only for current pupils but also for the children of the future, adding to their whole school experience. A big thank you from us to you. 

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World Book Day - Thursday 2nd March 2017

School Council - Stop, Look and Listen video

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This video was produced by our school council. 

Russian Dancing

We all enjoyed the visit from the Cossack dancers. This was a fantastic activity with the children taking part in Cossack Dancing. We had authentic Russian dancers who demonstrated their dancing and instructed the children. The children also did further research on Russia.

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