Gallery of Recent Events

There is always plenty going on at Foxhill Primary School.

World Book Day celebrations 2021

We may still be in lockdown but that hasn't stopped us from having a fantastic World Book Day at Foxhill!

Click below to see all of our fantastic story box entries this year!

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Owl Visit

We raised money through a bun sale to invite a bird handler and his collection of owls and birds of prey into school. We all learnt about adaptations of an owl, how it hunts and enjoyed watching them fly around the hall!

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Chinese New Year

We celebrated Chinese New Year and the year of the rat across school by learning about Chinese culture and celebrations. We read researched, stories, made items, dressed up and tasted food!

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Spelling Bee

We had our termly Spelling Bee in Keystage 1 and 2 today which was fantastic! The children loved competing using words from their Year groups National Curriculum that they have been learning at home over the last term!  We look forward to the next one in Spring Term. 

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Enterprise Week
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Every November, we run an Enterprise Fair, raising money for school funds. Each class receives £25 to buy materials to make Christmas crafts to sell to parents and children.

Who will raise the most? The competition is on!

Black History Month 
Reception wrote about their dreams, inspired by Martin Luther King. 
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Year 1 used typing and drawing tools in Computing to represent Rosa Parks. We wrote about her life, tried some African plantain chips and re-enacted what happened in our small world area.

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Year 2 learnt  about Mary Seacole. We made portraits of her using water colours. We tried to create shadows and texture. We also played a comprehension game to develop our knowledge about Mary before writing our own biographies of her life.