Yesterday, all of our pupils from FI — FVI tried their hand at Maypole Dancing and we found that it is much, much more complicated than it looks!  We had a lovely time as we wound the ribbons into a perfect pattern and then unwound them again to finish the dance exactly where we started.  Thank you so much to Mrs Baker for organising this fantastic day and thank you to Abigail Stopher from The Education Group for your endless patience as you worked with us to show us how to do it.    Here are Form V, showing us how it’s done.


This morning we held our final assembly of the term.  As another action-packed, fun-filled term draws to a close, we wish all our families, friends and teachers a very happy, peaceful Easter break.

On Wednesday, FV and FVI learned all about self defence, how to use public transport safely, how to safely use our mobile phone outside, how to go online safely and what to do if we are made to feel uncomfortable while out without an adult.  Many thanks to PC Angie Gayle, PC Kerry Grover and PCSO Laura Jagoe to talking us through these safety measures and to Keron, Sophie and Tony from Fighting Fit who taught us some useful moves. Now we know how to ward off an attacker and we are fully equipped to deal with any situation — thank you Mrs Mannooch for organising such a useful and informative day. 


Tuesday was Harry Potter Day at Seaton House.  During Assembly, the Sorting Hat put us into our houses — Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin.  During the day, we played Quidditch and scored points for our houses, we made wizard hats, we  played wizard bingo, we made owl pom poms, dragon plates and painted potion bottles.  Thank you Mrs Mannooch for organising this fantastic day!