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Purbrook Junior School’s Sewing Club have made blankets for the cats and dogs at the RSPCA. Mrs Ginn looks forward to seeing you all again in September! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Year 6 have turned some old tyres into some fantastic ‘tyre art’ to brighten up the school grounds. What brilliant ideas - well done Yr. 6 and thank you ❤️. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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The Tokyo Olympics have been cancelled this year but we want you to continue to enjoy sports over the summer break. Here are some daily/weekly activities to keep you busy! Record your results and you may earn a certificate at the end. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Here are the Daily Activities for next week, the final week of school. Enjoy! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Megan is an inspiration to us all, always completing the Daily Challenges with enthusiasm and a smile on her face - well done Megan. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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The children back at school have made this rainbow titled - Purbrook Heroes. Every note mentions someone who has been their hero during lockdown from mums to family members working in the NHS. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Megan has consistently completed every daily challenge and forwarded her results and photos to me. Megan, you are a star 🌟. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Next week is Well-being Week. These activities combine exercise and mental wellbeing. The warm up activity is ‘All about me’, Monday is yoga based, Tuesday is a version of Simon says, Wednesday is creating a ‘worry wand’. Please send all results and photos to the community email. Make sure you complete the activities with family members at home, I’m sure they’d enjoy them too. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Here are the final challenges for this week. Thursday’s challenge is based on Karate and Friday’s on badminton. Good Luck! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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These Challenges have come from the Portsmouth Schools SGO. Try all four challenges and send your results and photos in to the community email. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Here are the Daily Challenges for next week. The warm up activity is a form of rock, paper, scissors - Monday is the skateboard hippy jump. Good Luck! #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Megan has continued to complete all the daily challenges this week despite the sweltering weather - well done Megan. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Abigail has drawn this fantastic picture of the Northern Lights, using chalks. The effect on the black paper is great. Well done Abigail. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Here are the final two challenges for this week - the hurdle run tests your athletic ability and beach ball blast is all about accuracy. Good luck. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Megan, Ewan and Frank all completed the Monday ‘Egg and Spoon’ challenge and today’s ’Tin Can Alley’ challenge. Well done all of you - keep it up! Results will be posted at the end of the week. #gopurbrook ... See MoreSee Less

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Moneysense Workshop

At the end of November, Year 6 took part in a MoneySense workshop from Natwest. The workshop helped children understand what fraud and identity theft are and the ways in which they can keep themselves financially safe online. MoneySense has a great website full of information for parents and carers:  https://www.mymoneysense.com/home/
Year 6 designed information posters to help explain the dangers of online fraud and ways in which everyone can keep themselves financially safe on line. Natwest will judge the posters in January and select a winner!