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May 2015

The Healthy Lunchbox challenge

May 21, 2015

  Most children are driven by taste, advertising and most of all routine… From a very early age, we are taught about routine and as soon as your child is of school age, routine for them is defined by breakfast, going to school, lunch, after school clubs, snacks and dinner. There are 4 occasions in […]

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TV or not TV, that is the question!

May 21, 2015

“Mummy, what’s a hy…dro…ther…mal vent?”, asked my 3 year old, one morning on our way to nursery.  Now, I knew his nursery school were advanced in their education policies but I wasn’t aware they had started teaching marine geology.  In fact, I was only able to explain the term myself after dusting off ancient memories […]

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St John’s College Pre-Prep pupils spent the day learning about fire and road safety

May 19, 2015

Reception and Nursery children looked at the outside of the fire engine, the huge ladder and blue lights being of particular interest. Back in their classrooms they played with puzzles and fireman Sam dominos, read fiction and non-fiction books about fire safety, and played interactive fire safety games on the class whiteboards. Year 1 and […]

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Portsmouth High School Open Doors Event this Thursday the 6th May from 9am to 11am.

May 5, 2015

  An independent school for girls form nursery the sixth form .Hover Nanny service accompanies pupils from Ryde to Southsea each day.To find out more call 023 92826714 or take a look around the school this Thursday. As Headmaster of Portsmouth High Junior School I understand the value of an education designed specifically for girls. […]

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Mayville High School Drop In Day the 5th May all welcome….

May 1, 2015

Mayville High School are holding a Drop In Day on Tuesday 5th  May from 10am – 11.30am - 1pm-3pm and 4pm-6.30pm. You are warmly invited to visit us to see for yourselves the unique schooling Mayville has to offer.” Mrs R Parkyn MA (Oxon) MA PGCE MCIL  - the new Headteacher of  Mayville High School. A former […]

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