16Jan 2024

On Monday 15th January, Childnet visited the school, speaking to children, parents and staff, about how to keep safe online.  Help for parents: https://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers/ Help for young people: https://www.childnet.com/young-people/4-11-year-olds/  

08Jan 2024

On Friday 5th January Pegasus put their baking skills to the test as part of our design technology unit. The children had been learning about different foods and where they come from, taking into account the carbon footprint of some of the foods that we have in our diets. The children learnt about fruit and […]

08Jan 2024

Farnborough Primary School would like to take this opportunity to say Happy New Year to all of our amazing Children, Parents and Carers. We hope that you all had a fun filled, relaxing and enjoyable Christmas break with your family and loved ones. We start a new year with a new term and all look […]

18Dec 2023

On Friday, Year 2 made their own bread and cooked it on a campfire in Forest School to finish off their topic on London, specifically the Great Fire of London.  We talked about how the campfire was similar to the open ovens used in 1666, and how easy it was then for the spark to […]

13Dec 2023

Year 6 enjoyed running their own stalls at the PTA Christmas Market last week.   They hand-decorated their own Christmas biscuits, created a cup stacking challenge and ran a pin the nose on Rudolph competition.  They raised an incredible £185, which will be shared between the PTA and Help for Heroes.

12Dec 2023

On Tuesday afternoon, Year 5 and 6 performed their Christmas Carol service at St Giles Church.  They had a fabulous time, singing traditional carols such as Silent Night, Hark the Herald and O Little Town of Bethlehem as well as newer Christmas songs such as Feliz Navidad, Jingle Bell Rock and We Wish you a […]

11Dec 2023

Year 5 and 6 enjoyed a fantastic performance of Macbeth by the Young Shakespeare Company on Monday 11th December. It required the children to help out the actors staging this wonderful play, taking on the parts of characters such as Malcolm, heralds and Fleance.  

08Dec 2023

On Tuesday 5th December,  Pegasus enjoyed a webinar jointly hosted by the Victoria & Albert Museum and the dance teachers from the theatre production of Disney’s Aladdin. The children were taught a dance sequence in small steps and we all had a good workout!