Photo competition!

What are you grateful for during the lockdown? Send in a photo of something you have really valued and been grateful for whilst you’ve been at home. No words, just a photo.

We will make a gallery of the photos and display them outside for the whole community to see.

Send your photos to jmortimer@wallandscp.e-sussex.sch.uk by Friday 3rd July.

 

 

Farewell to year 6 -Amethyst Class

On Friday afternoon, we said farewell to Amethyst Class.  They paraded, danced and sang for us on the field and looked fantastic in their 1970’s outfits! We were all so proud of them. We have loved having them back in school and we wish them all the very best on their journey to secondary school. xx

 

Black Lives Matter

You all will have seen the protests against racism in the news. This Blue Peter presenter gives us a powerful message about why racism is wrong and how we can educate ourselves.

Find out more

There are lots of ways you can learn about racism and its effects. Here are a few of our suggestions for getting started:

Newsround have a special programme on racism that offers lots of helpful information about what is happening and why.

You can read some of the words of black people about their opinions on racism and why change is important.

New chicks for Margaret!

Update from Mrs Sale

Margaret, our chicken, went broody and wanted babies of her own.. we bought some special hatching eggs which we put under her to incubate on the 17th of March.. 21 days later we have some beautiful baby chicks!

  • This is the eggs pipping... if you look closely you can see the tiny beaks!

Wallands Freedom Quilt

Mrs Hunt challenged you to create part of a Wallands freedom quilt.

Well done to these children for sending in their contribution to the quilt.

Ella G – Y3

Jude – Reception

Lizzie  – Y4

Megan –  Y4

Ruby L – Y4

Tilly – Y4