The school pond has been having a makeover. The Fleet Pond Society has been working hard for the last couple of months to turn our wildlife pond into a resource that we can be proud of and will enhance our childrens learning experiences.
The school pond had become a bit over grown.
In Septermber the transfomation began with parents, staff and children taking a morning to gather wildlife and clear the vegetation. The Fleet Pond Society members were on hand to identify all the little creepy crawlies...see more
Another EGG-CELLENT year of creativity in the 'Decorate an Egg Competition'. Well done to all those who entered and congratulations to the winners.
Ethan Ball 1st
Maisie Dix ...see more
Bear Humbug comes to Fleet! There were some special guests to welcome him.
Bear Humbug is one of the 50 Paddington Bear statues that were auctioned to raise money for the NSPCC.
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Another egg-cellent year for the Easter egg competition!
Well done to everyone who entered and congratulations to the winners.
The winners were:
Year R: Maisie Dix, Elliot Leong and Sateja Bhise Year 1: Theo Medler, William Earle and Charlotte Sandon Year 2: Niamh Courtney, Freddie Ford-Whyte & Dan Neal and Tabitha Wilcox Year 3: Natalie Wang, Lily Cunnington and Sophie Sandon Year 4: Daisy Earle, Eloise Foster and Mariana Stoya...see more
Michael Rosen the poet came to visit the school. We really enjoyed listening to his poems and we had fun making up our own poetry. Lots of us bought his books and we got to meet him when he signed them for us.
All the children at Elvetham Heath were invited to wear non uniform for the day, to raise money for the NSPCC. This was to help towards the NSPCC raising money to make a bid for one of the 50 Paddington Bear statues, that were in London, for Fleet. The children were also asked to bring their Paddington Bears in to school to enjoy a day at Elvetham Heath too!
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Our fabulous chamber choir, school choir and staff choir all came together to perform a Christmas Carol concert at the Church on the Heath to celebrate Christmas.
Parents, friends and family came along to join in traditional carols and to listen to some lovely piano playing from some of our fantastic pianists. The performances ranged from a trio of boys singing We Three Kings, to the whole choir Rocking around the shops. A quote from one of our parents...'This is the most beautiful concert I have ever been to!...see more
Our fantastic Key Stage 1 teachers and children worked hard to put on 3 superb Nativities involving Aliens, Donkeys and Cowboys. Family and friends came along to share in the children's celebrations, entertaining us all with their interprtations of the birth of baby Jesus. The singing and narrators gave us a clear and enjoyable performance. Well done to all who took part...see more