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Christmas singing for charity

The Chinthurst choir had a busy last week of term! On Monday, they sang a wonderful array of songs outside Asda in Burgh Heath and raised over £260 for The Childrens Trust. On Thursday, they sang a festive programme of carols to an enchanted audience of shoppers at the Ashley Centre in Epsom...

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Father Christmas visits Lower School

The children in Lower School had a wonderful surprise when Father Christmas came to see them. He parked his reindeer and sledge on the roof of the Lower School building and visited the classrooms. He had a present for each class and the children were excited to open them up! He asked them if they...

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A wonderful Upper School Christmas concert

The children of Upper School put on a musical delight for parents and friends in the Church of the Good Shepherd at the end of term. Each year group performed a festive piece and the singing was outstanding. The parents particularly liked the finale when everyone stood up and sang together. A wonderful...

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Headteacher's Roundup 23 November 2018

Staff at Chinthurst are constantly updating their knowledge, particularly in the ever changing world of IT.  This term we have all received INSET training from our experienced computing lead George McWilliams.  Mr McWilliams is a trained CEOP Ambassador, which enables him to educate us with...

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The Hulk in Reception

This week Reception B have been learning about subtracting one. First they had to create 10 playdough balls. This required manual dexterity to manipulate the playdough along with accurate counting…which is tricky when the playdough balls like to roll around! Then they all channelled their inner...

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Will the jelly hold?

This week Reception have been exploring consistency and if it changes when you add heat or cold. They were very brave to see how the cold had ‘set’ the jelly, and they could hold it over their heads! The best fun was eating the wibbly wobbly jelly and singing the jelly song.

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