We celebrated the ‘Day of the Tree’ this week by planting over 100 trees around our school. Each class came out one by one to help prepare the soil, dig holes in the ground, and plant a tree. Luckily for us, Dimitry, Menno and Xavier provided extra muscle power for […]
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We had a visit from our local police man the other day. No, it wasn’t because someone was in trouble! It was because he came to talk to us about how to act safely and responsibly on the roads. We learned how to walk along roads safely as pedestrians and […]
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We experienced life as Victorian children by turning our classroom into a Victorian school room. Mrs Letchford became Mrs Mangle and we all chnaged our modern names to Victorian ones like Ethel and Jeremiah. We wore Victorian clothes, learned Victorian values, ate Victorian food and we even had Victorian […]
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Maria Hernandez took centre stage this week when she lead the infant Christmas production, ‘Whoops a Daisy Angel’. Mums, dads, grandmas and granddads piled into the school hall armed with cameras and tissues to watch the children from Ms Vaughan’s and Miss Ebony’s class put on a magical show. This […]
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There were sirens blaring and fire trucks everywhere this week when we visited Benidorm’s fire station this week. On a mission to revise general fire safety, we were treated to a quick fashion show when pone fireman wore his full fire suit complete with a golden visor and personal safety […]
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Most of us at SBS are bilingual, some of us are multi-lingual but now we are all adding Chinese to our repertoire too. Not only are we learning how to speak Chinese, but we are also being taught how to write using Chinese symbols. Anaís in the Upper Primary class […]
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In the Upper Primary class we have learning about the author Michael Morpurgo. We have enjoyed reading his books and we love the way he makes us feel like we are the main character in the story by writing in the first person. We decided to write our own stories […]
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Sirens wailing, lights flashing, hurtling into the car park! What has just arrived at Sierra Bernia School? The Red Cross ambulance, of course! What a great afternoon we had, getting into the ambulance, touching everything, trying on neck braces, trying out the stretchers. We even tried a special inflatable one, […]
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We are showing our support for the British Legion this week by wearing our Poppies. We have learned all about the soldiers who have fought for their countries in wars, past and present, for the freedom we enjoy today. We have all made a donation to the annual poppy appeal […]
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A great time was had by all at the annual Hallowe’en party this year, but Ximo went home with the biggest smile after winning the Grand Raffle Prize, a Samsung Galaxy tablet! Ximo can’t wait to get stuck into his tablet to play games and surf the web. When we […]
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Let the countdown begin! There are only a matter of days until we celebrate our annual Halowe’en party. Everybody’s welcome to come along and join in the fun! There will be a bouncy castle, BBQ, karaoke and a bar, PLUS loads of fun and games. Don’t forget to come wearing […]
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SBS… a new term begins. We begin the Autumn Term in earnest. It is an important term, full of excitement for the things to come. There are a great deal of activities being planned for all ages. Look out for details of these activities – to be published soon. Mr […]
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All children, except one, grow up. They soon know that they will grow up, and the way Wendy knew was this. One day when she was two years old she was playing in a garden, and she plucked another flower and ran with it to her mother. I suppose she […]
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