February 2010

  • Fabulous Football Festival

    Released: 24th February 2010

    The Boys Yr 5/6 Football Festival was finally held at Chase High School on Wednesday 24th February. Twenty one schools from the East and West partnership battled it out in numerous fourteen minute 6…

  • Changes to Girls Football Festival

    Released: 22nd February 2010

    The Girls Yr 5/6 Football will now be held at Chase High on the new date of Monday 15th March. The weather has tried to derail us again, but we shall not be moved.

  • Fencing Academy

    Released: 11th February 2010

    The Southend West SSP are pleased to announce a Fencing Academy for adults and children will start at the Eastwood Secondary School on the 25th & 26th February.

  • Val Sabin KS 1 and 2 Dance Fun!

    Released: 11th February 2010

    Primary school teachers are having fun learning Dance at St Christophers today. This course is developing and extending the knowledge, understanding and confidence of teachers in the delivery of dance…

  • Girls Football Festival Postponed!

    Released: 10th February 2010

    The weather has caused the Girls Football Festival due to be held at Alleyn Court on Wednesday 10th February to be postponed. The pitches are frozen and it would be unsafe to proceed.

  • Activity Day for Special Schools

    Released: 10th February 2010

    On Monday 8th February there was an all inclusive activity day for children at St. Christophers School and Lancaster School. Around 25 pupils attending all throughly enjoyed the day where they were…

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