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Sports Day 2017

Scargills 60th Birthday Celebration

 

 Author Visit

Today Ross Fisher came to visit us and read his first book called Bobby and Morph: Help the man who didn't have a house. The children enjoyed listening to the story and thinking of ways to be kind to others. His book is going to be published on the 5th August.

Strawberry Tea

The Reception and Year One children enjoyed an afternoon of dancing and running races ready for their transition into their new year groups. The afternoon finished with some delicious strawberries and ice-cream which was kindly supplied by a child's Grandparent.

Online Safety Assembly

Year 1 and 2 Police Visit

Summer Reading Challenge 2017

The Summer Reading Challenge takes place every year during the summer holidays. You can sign up at your local library, then read six library books of your choice to complete the Challenge. There are exclusive rewards to collect along the way, and it’s FREE to take part!

Click on the link below to visit the Summer Reading Challenge website.

Walk4Wildlife

On May 19th 2017, hundreds of thousands of primary school children up and down the country joined together to try and break the world record for a mass sponsored walk.  The current world record, set in 2016, is 231,635 people all walking at the same time! As well as attempting to break the world record Scargill Infant School also raised money for a chosen wildlife project.  The project we chose was the RSPB.  On Friday afternoon at 2pm we started our walk and made sure we were all still walking at 2.15pm, the official time for the record to be recorded.  With rain in the air and some sunshine trying to break through, the children had an amazing time singing songs and waving their class banners.  The children at Scargill Infant School raised nearly £2,000 for the RSPB.  We even appeared in the e-edition of the Romford Recorder, click here.  Visit the RSPB's Community Blog and www.walking4wildlife.com/schools-walk to find out more. Below are some pictures of the walk.