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Cluster Council Global Learning 2019 Winners

Congratulations to our Cluster and School Council for winning the Global Learning 2019 competition, thank you to all of the parents for showing such amazing support.

Skip2BFit 2019

The whole school took part in 'Skip2BFit' recently, where the children used counting skipping ropes to take the two minute challenge.  Skip2BFit is a great way to motivate everybody to exercise... lots of fun was had by children and staff!

Sponsored Activity Afternoon 2019

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone that came along to watch their children take part in our annual FOSEIS Sponsored Activity Afternoon.  The children had lots of fun trying out a variety of sports and activities during the course of the afternoon.  We will announce the final amount raised shortly.

Ark Farm Visit 2019

Our Year 1 children were visited by Ark Farm on Monday 20th May. They got to meet and observe a variety of animals throughout the day, as well as listen to some information given to them by the staff from Ark Farm.  Some of the animals made themselves at home and explored all areas available to them... including our benches!

Creepy Crawly Visit

Our Reception children had a surprise visit from some creepy crawlies and other animals on our 'Wow Day' this year; they had the chance to observe the animals very closely and even hold some of them... some of our teaching staff were very brave too!

Science Competition Winners

Thank you to all of the children that entered our Science Competition which involved desigining a brand new breed of Dinosaur.  We were amazed by the number of entries and creativity/imagination shown.

We would like to say a massive Congratulations to the winners from each year group: 

  • Reception - Isla, Alex and Todd.
  • Year 1 - Harrison, Alandria and Liliana.
  • Year 2 - Lilly-Mai, Coco and Max.

Scienceaurus Week - Dinosaur Visit

On Friday 15th March, South End Infant School had some very 'Roarsome' visitors!! To help celebrate National Science Week, we were lucky enough to meet Jack the baby Allosauras and a T-Rex called Sophie, as well as have an educational talk given by their owners, Education Group.  The children and staff had an absolutely amazing time!

National Science Week 2019 - Science in Work Day

National Science Week 2019 at South End Infant School started with our 'Science in Work Day'.  We were lucky enough to have a variety of visitors that provided some very educational and fun experiences for the children.

Our Visitor from Brightkidz, Alison Holland was kind enough to share a link from her blog about the day with us: https://brightkidz.co.uk/shining-bright-with-south-end-infants/

South End Infant School would like to say a special thank you to the following:

Alison Holland - Brightkidz; Jay Wright - Chemist; Jennie - Occupational Therapist; Jo Bramhall - DNA Scientist; Mathew Lloyd - Leather Expert at The University of Northampton; Mr Bogust - Paramedic; Mr Cirelli - Freestyle Coach; Mrs Caesar - Physiotherapist; Mrs Coleman - Cardiac Nurse; Mrs Skinner and Wonder the Guide Dog; Paula - Specsavers; Ronnie Sherratt - Fire Fighter; Stephen Hallam - Criminologist; Local Vetinary Nurses.

NSPCC Number Day 2019

On Friday 1st February, we supported the NSPCC Number Day by taking part in 'Dress up for Digits' where the children came dressed in items of clothing with a number on.  Thank you to everyone who took part and made a donation, we raised a fabulous £195.00.

African Dance and Music Workshop 2019

The children enjoyed a highly energetic African Dance and Music Workshop in January; they had a wonderful time dancing to the sounds of African beats, whilst exploring a range of authentic instruments and clothing.

Creative Heroes 2018

As a School, we are embarking on a journey to achieve the 'Artsmark Award'.  This is to recognise the range of art experiences that we offer the children.

We held a Mufti Day to fundraise and help promote arts for all.  The total amount raised was £219.00, of which half goes back into the School and half to the central 'Mighty Creatives' pot, the idea being that it helps fund bigger projects to promote arts.  A very big thank you to everyone who donated.

2018 Poppy Appeal

2018 Poppy Appeal

FOSEIS Christmas Fair 2018

FOSEIS

Thank to everyone who donated, volunteered and 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 £1332.00. Thank you ever so much.

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.

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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Science week in the newsweekly buzz feed

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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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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