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  • 09/10/19

    Ash Base visit to the Solar Farm

    Ash Base children recently visited the Solar Farm.  Children found out more about how solar panels work and learned about the journey the energy makes from the sun all the way to our homes.  They were also able to make some of their own electricity circuits using miniature solar panels and...
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  • 09/10/19

    Harvest Festival

    We welcomed Nigel Deller to Verwood CE First School and Nursery to help us celebrate our Harvest Festival.  This was a wonderful celebration where our children's families came to join us.  Thank you for the amazing donations of food that were received and taken to Verwood Food Bank who...
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  • 09/10/19

    Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge

    Children from across all year groups were very excited to receive their Space Chase certificates for completing the Space Chase, Summer Reading Challenge 2019.  Children read six books to help the super space family track down books nabbed by mischievous aliens! As they read each library b...
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  • 03/07/19

    National School Sports Week

    Verwood First have been getting sporty for National School Sports Week! All week, children across the school have been getting active with the Sports Week Playground Challenge. It’s been great to see so many children trying to tick off lots of challenges! Sycamore enjoyed cricket sessions w...
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  • 27/06/19

    Circus Visit

    Year 2, Beech Base had a visit from the Shooting Stars circus workshop where they had great fun! They learnt how to spin plates and juggle with flower sticks. They also got to try out lots of exciting circus equipment including unicycles, scarves, bikes, hoops, juggling balls and tiny bikes! The aft...
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  • 27/06/19

    Ariel Eco Picture

    The Children of Verwood CE First School and Nursery came together to celebrate a fantastic team effort making use of unrecyclable plastic.  Firstly creating almost 300 Eco bricks with their families and then working together to create this giant Eco art.  The piece of artwork captured b...
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