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Year 6s receive their Leavers Hoodies

As with tradition, the year 6s have been given their leavers hoodies, ready to wear on their residential trip in Term 6 - a well deserved reward for all their hard work this year. Well done Year 6s!

Coronation Tea Party

We enjoyed a wonderful Tea Party to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III. We had an amazing spread of party food, which everybody thoroughly enjoyed.  A big well done to our 3 Bake Off winners: Wilf's amazing coronation cupcakes, Poppy's Union Jack cake and Fred's fabulous crown cake.  All the entries were wonderful and our judges had a hard time choosing just 3 winners. Lots of happy faces, lots of full tummies and lots of fun with friends.

Coronation Tea Party

 Sunburst & Moonbeam 2 Coronation Crowns

As part of the Coronation celebrations, Sunburst and Moonbeam 2 designed and made crowns for the new King. The Rushall residents had a celebration tea at the community centre on Sunday and the crowns formed part of the display. Both classes took a walk over to the community centre on Tuesday afternoon, where they met members of the community, including Marion Harvey - a former head of Rushall school. Mrs Harvey had made a beautiful display of all the crowns and they were joined by a special appearance of the King and Queen! The children talked about the process of making the crowns and then were treated to a glass of squash and a biscuit. Mrs Harvey said: “The crowns were a great success and delighted so many members of the community, so thank you for making so many people smile”.


 Moonbeam 2 Walk

In Moonbeam 2 their Geography topic for term 5 is all about the physical and human features of our local area. They took advantage of the sunshine this afternoon and went for a village walk, stopping to talk about the features of the village and landscape on the way.

What a great start to the Summer term!

Moonbeam 2 Walk

Moonbeam 2 visit Brownsea Island

On 21st of March, Moonbeam 2 class visited Brownsea Island to supplement their studies of islands around the UK and around the world.  They all wrapped up warm and took the ferry over to the island.  The island is one of the few places in the UK that is home exclusively to red squirrels.

Brownsea Island


Stardust at the Fleet Air Arm.

On the 9th of Match, Stardust class visited the Fleet Air Arm as part of their studies into World War 2. They represented the school superbly as always and enjoyed learning about all sorts of different aircraft and events.

Fleet Air Arm

 World Book Day Crafts.

On World Book Day, all classes worked at making characters from their personal favourite or a class favourite book.  The results were spectacular!

World Book Craft Day

Costume Parade

On Tuesday March 2nd, the whole school celebrated world book day by coming in dressed as a book character.  All of the children (and adults!) paraded into the hall and the range of costumes was truly outstanding.

World Book Day Costume Parade


 Poetry Slam!

On March 1st , children from across every year group in the school performed poetry in front of everyone.  The poems were well chosen and superbly read.  Well done to the winners chosen by our illustrious panel!

Poetry Slam


Learning comes alive at Rushall (Term 4)

There are always plenty of things going on in our school.  From being part of the local netball league, learning about Bible stories from our friends at Open The Book, fun in the snow, trips out and about to places like Stonehenge to Rushall sharing its big heart raising money for books for children who spend long periods in hospital.  Learning always comes alive at Rushall.


Learning Comes Alive