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The anchor boys have been enjoying their summer programme. We have had a cooking night and a film night with the explorers where they enjoyed sweets and ice cream while watching Paddington.

The boys have just been to the Battalion Sports Day where the Anchor Boys gained lots of medals and had great fun doing the wheel barrow race and the three legged race and much more.

William and Theo won 5 medals each and Gerard won 2 including a 1st place in the wheel barrow race. Well done boys!

We still have a clay and messy craft night to look forward to and our end of term trip to Southsea.

We welcome boys in school year 1 and above. If you know of anyone who would like to join us please speak to a member of staff.

Glenda Bentley

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