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  • KS1 Visit to Arundel Castle

    Published 14/10/22
    Key Stage One visited Lyminster Church, home of the legendary Knucker Dragon, before spending time at Arundel Castle. They visited the 1,000-year-old Keep, explored the grounds and gardens and visited the dungeons and oubliette (the secret dungeon).
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  • Visit to Arundel Castle

    Published 27/06/22
    Years 3 and 4 visited Arundel Castle as part of their monarchy studies. During their visit to the home of the Duke and Dutchess of Norfolk, they looked round the state rooms, including the main hall.  These rooms were full of large priceless pai
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  • Jubilee Day

    Published 13/06/22
    We held our very own Jubilee Day to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II. As well as dressing in the colours of the Union Jack, we learnt a range of dances from across the last seven decades, including the hand jive, waltz, disco an
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  • Sports Day 2022

    Published 07/06/22
    We were thrilled to hold our first public Sports Day for three years in May 2022. Everyone was excited to take part and our Sports Leaders did a great job of organising the equipment and leading the activities. Team events included golf, egg and spoo
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  • Visit to Arundel Wetland Centre

    Published 07/06/22
    On 23rd May, Reception and Key Stage 1 finally left school for their first full-day educational trip. They visited Arundel Wetland Centre, a wildlife centre for science and conservation, inspired by Sir Peter Scott, son of Antarctic explorer Cap
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  • Year 3 and 4 Sleepover

    Published 07/06/22
    Years 3 and 4 had a great time on 19th May at their Extreme Survival Sleepover. They packed in so many activities including den-making, toasting marshmallows, outdoor games, an obstacle course and hot chocolate. After a ‘little’
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  • Year 5 Residential Trip to Lodge Hill

    Published 13/05/22
    Year 5 had a fantastic time at their residential visit to Lodge Hill Outdoor Centre. They enjoyed trying a range of activities including zip-wires, tunnelling, orienteering, archery, sno-tubing and abseiling. They even took part in a gladiator challe
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  • Spring Music Concert

    Published 05/05/22
    On 7th April, the Choir and Years 3 and 4 had a fabulous time performing to the rest of the school and their families at the Spring Music Concert. The children showed off their singing with eleven different songs including: ‘One Little Voi
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  • Voices Together

    Published 29/03/22
    As part of our extended music provision, Year 5 took part in ‘Voices Together’, a collaborative singing event between Chichester Cathedral, West Sussex Music and a selection of West Sussex Primary Schools. Feedback from parents who attend
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  • Weald Book Awards

    Published 11/03/22

    We are thrilled to announce that the children in Year 6 who took part in the Weald Book Awards this year have won the trailer competition for the 4th year running! The children worked so hard on creating a fantastic stop motion trailer for the book Me, My Dad and the End of the Rainbow by Benjamin Dean. You can see our entry on our YouTube channel here: 

    See our Twitter account @WisGreenPrimary for Benjamin Dean's feedback!

    We are also very proud to say that we had winners in the following categories:

    • Photograph of reading a book in an imaginative place
    • Illustration of an alternative book cover
    • Writing a poem based on a book
    • Creating a new character for a book
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  • Visit to Horsham Mosque

    Published 15/02/22

    In Year 3, children learn about the core beliefs, ideas and symbols of Islam as part of their RE curriculum. On 7th February they visited Horsham Mosque to learn more about the traditions and customs and to deepen their understanding by experiencing another culture first-hand. Everyone came back full of information to share!

    Horsham Mosque is situated in an old house and only has room for men and boys to worship.  Year 3 visited the classroom on the first floor where the boys learn about the Quran from the age of 7.  They also saw the wash room where the men and boys clean themselves before their worship.  There are lines across the carpet that show people where they needs to sit: this means that they have enough space when they are bowing and don't knock into each other.  They learnt all about what happens to a Muslim child the whole way through their lives from being born to when they die.  The children really enjoyed looking at lots of different types of Quran and discovered why there are different ones.  They learnt that the Mosque has a system that sends out the call to prayer to everyone in the congregation - 5 times a day! 

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  • Science Week

    Published 12/01/22
    During Science Week every class spent time examining animals up close and learning about their habitats and the impact of climate change on their lives. Children also had opportunities to observe, question, compare, measure and investigate change and
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