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  • Big Brock Dance Off

    Published 19/10/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Yesterday, we brought together half a terms work and put our performances on show in the hall. We were privileged to be accompanied by some special judges. All children performed and choreographed creative, unique dance routines. Even the staff got involved. I would like to thank the staff and students for their enthusiasm, which made this event a great success.  

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  • X-Country @ Priestlands

    Published 19/10/18, by Sam Wilcox

    On Wednesday we took 69 runners to Priestlands for a Cross Country event.  The pupils were incredible. They were cheering for each other and even other schools, when they ran, they gave it their best and when they fell over they got straight back up again. We won the Years 3+4 competition with two members winning both the boys and the girls events. 

    Coming back from the event, we had an hour delay due to traffic and we were stranded at Priestlands.  I would like to thank the parents who helped and stayed behind to support the children whilst we waited. 

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  • Yr 1 + 2 Football @ Priestlands

    Published 05/10/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Yr 1 and 2 took two teams to a Priestlands tournament on Wednesday. Throughout the tournament, the teams showed resilience to keep going, praise for one another and a keenness to improve.  It was great to see a team arrive with such little experience and build on their skills game by game. We look forward to seeing how improved they are by the next tournament.  

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  • Yr 5+6 Football @ Priestlands

    Published 27/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    A great day out with enthusiastic, football mad boys. We took two teams to the tournament and they played in separate tournaments. The Baracudas came 3rd out of 7 teams. I saw brilliantly Luka Modric threaded through passes, Dudek styles saves and Ian Wright finishes.

    The Alligators finished top in their league and played in the finals league.  They were unfortunate to lose two of those games, but there is still more to come from this young talented team.

    Both teams showed great support for their fellow players and were a joy to take out.

    Thank you to the parents for their support and help in transporting the children. It was a great day out.

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  • Sports Kit Amnesty

    Published 27/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    We are running low on sports kit in school. If your child has competed for the school and they have a Brockenhurst kit, could they please bring it or hand it to Mr Wilcox.  

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  • Reminder - Maths Olympics Tomorrow

    Published 27/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Just a reminder that The Maths Olympics are happening tomorrow. Children can come in non-uniform.  They will be raising money for Mathletics. This is aimed to be a fun, Maths based team game.

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  • House Sports - Maths Olympics

    Published 20/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Next week will see the first House Event - Maths Olympics. Children will work as teams to race around a track, collect a maths question and bring it back to their team to answer. This is a non-uniform event and we would ask that everybody bring in £2 to go towards Mathletics. If any parents with DBS checks would like to help to be a Maths Marker, please see Mr Wilcox.

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  • Tri Golf @ Priestands

    Published 20/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Tri Golf at Priestlands. We took two teams to the Priestlands Tri Gold tournament on Wednesday. At Brockenhurst we are building a great golfing team after qualifying in the Hampshire Games last year, and creating strong links with Brockenhurst Golf Club, who run a Golden Time club at the school.  The team showed a high level of organisation, technique and were high on the praise radar when it came to encouragement. Our Year 5+6 team, who have only just started playing golf, out on a great show, but unfortunately finished outside the top 3. Whereas our experienced years 3+4 team won their age group. Thank you to Mrs Sturgess for helping out with the teams.

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  • Adult Helper Needed for Running Club

    Published 13/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    If you are a keen runner have a DBS check, we would like help with our running club. It is on Wednesday's 3:20-4:20. At the moment we need one more adult in order to go outside the school grounds. Please speak to Mr Wilcox or Mrs Hudson if you are keen to help.

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  • Yrs 3+4 Tennis @ Pennington

    Published 13/09/18, by Sam Wilcox

    We took a talented, enthusiastic tennis team to a team tennis tournament at Pennington on Wednesday. The children praised and encouraged each other throughout the tournament. After several games and plenty of volleys we finished second out of 8 teams. I was mostly impressed with the maturity and respect tour children showed throughout the tournament.

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  • Monday Night Cricket Results

    Published 13/06/18, by Sam Wilcox

    Monday night saw Basset Green visit our Balmer Lawn ground for the Years 5 and 6 Hampshire cricket tournament.

    Brockenhurst got off to a shaky start, by losing 3 wickets in the first over. However they rallied together and ended up with a total of 247 runs.

    Brockenhurst were then left with keeping Basset Green's score down. We shocked after the opening batters hit 12 off the first over. Again Brockenhurst rallied, in the last over Hatrick King Fin, got three wickets in the last over. The end result was Brockenhurst 247 runs - Basset Green 207 runs.

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  • Buddy's Big Work Out Tomorrow

    Published 13/06/18, by Sam Wilcox

    In our support of the NSPCC we will be raising money for them by doing Buddy's Big Work Out.  Children will be taking part in 5 stations, they will have 2 minutes to complete as many of the reps as possible then they will count for their partners. The activities will vary for each class.

    This is designed to be a fun day to help raise awareness for the NSPCC and help raise money to support them.

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