Autumn term newsletter 2017

Autumn term newsletter 2017

Autumn is the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness and this term has seen plenty of Autumn colour. A few highlights from West Sussex independent school Sompting Abbott's Autumn term newsletter? Our Golden Conker conquistadores are battling it out with armfuls of shiny conkers gathered from the school grounds; we've had a spectacular Halloween party involving the whole school and amazing costumes; soccer and netball excitement; and we baked up a treat in support of Macmillan Care.

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Summer term newsletter 2017

Summer term newsletter 2017

It's been another action-packed summer term at Sompting Abbotts. A few highlights? A well-deserved distinction in the rock and pop drum exams; rock pooling at Birling Gap; discovering telescopes at Herstmonceux Science Centre; handling hissing cockroaches at Tilgate Nature Centre; magical choral singing at Lancing College; launch of our new Lego Club; piglets escaping from pens at the Weald & Downland Museum and our sunny school fayre. 

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Spring term newsletter 2017

Spring term newsletter 2017

No sooner back and we are breaking up for the Easter holidays, this term seems to have sped by, packed with activities and achievements. Here's a taster: twin girls win art scholarships to Farlington and another pupil achieved a scholarship to The Towers; a host of successes at the Worthing Speech & Drama Festival; our students impressed staff with their knowledge at Shoreham Power Station; Charity Cross Country; Science Week poster competition; a special super-fast performance of Macbeth and the Pre-Prep start trying out their new Amazon Fire tablets. 

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Winter term newsletter 2017

Winter term newsletter 2017

The snowdrops and crocuses along Abbotts Walk and on the croquet lawn are a welcome hint of spring. As always in the school, things have been happening. Let's discover, in brief, what: speech and drama successes; a gold medal in the Worthing Swimming Gala; an inspiring performance by Worthing Symphony Orchestra; a funny and educational spelling workshop by Sir Linkalot; PP4 took us back to the Great Fire of London; the Rainbow Theatre brought fairy tales to life and we're gearing up for costumes fine and fanciful for World Book Day. 

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