Today sees the launch of the Summer Reading Challenge 2020. As you can imagine it will be a little different this year. The only way to take part is to visit www.sillysquad.org.uk and sign up. As the libraries are closed, children will be able to borrow e-books to complete the challenge. For further details please […]
The 8th May 1945 was Victory in Europe day. This year we are celebrating the 75th anniversary. Please watch the video below for a 20 minute commemorative show produced by a teacher about VE day.
We all realise that this is a worrying time for everyone. Please click on the link to find some useful resources for managing anxiety and improve well being.
Please click on the link below to access a document the teachers have put together that has some useful links to online resources to help with home learning.
For those of you worried about missing out on the school sports this term, never fear as Hastings and Rother School games are bringing virtal school games to everyone. You (and your adults) get to compete in sporting activities in your home or garden, enter your results online ad win points for yourself and Icklesham […]
In the event of children working from home, please find learning materials posted on each class page under the Home Learning section.
The Government have now advised that any person developing a new cough or temperature should self isolate for 7 days and use the NHS 111 website for further advice. We have a daily update on latest advice from Public Health England which we continue to follow carefully. Parents can find this advice on https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19. Please […]
On Tuesday 25th February, we had Professor Bubbleworks in school for the whole day. In the morning we had a whole school assembly in the hall and then each class had a workshop where Professor Rob showed us some exciting experiments. Please have a look at the photo’s from each class. Whole School Assembly Apple […]
Have your say on a proposal to lower the age range of Icklesham CE Primary School from 4-11 years to 2-11 years. For more information please click on the link below.
On Friday 17th January the children in Mango Class tested out their cooking skills, which the help of Mrs Piggott. The class were split into groups and had to prepare and cook either a salad or a soup. Mrs Cullingworth and Mr Wallis were our taste testers, with a Jamie Oliver soup and a Gino […]