After witnessing her best friend Natasha’s death in a drive by gang shooting aged only ten, sixteen-year-old Starr hopes she will never experience such trauma again. But when history repeats itself and Khalil is shot- unarmed – by a white police officer, she is torn about whether to expose herself as the sole witness, and […]
Melvin Meadley is half boy and half bee. This means that he not only has to defend his hive of bees against all their enemies, he also has to deal with his arch enemy, Nasty Norman Crudwell. Melvin’s story is told in ‘Bee Boy – Clash of the Killer Queens’ by Tony De Saulles. This […]
We will not be meeting because of parents’ consultation evening. But we’ll be back as usual next week.
Four of our Inkpots had end of term success to celebrate! We’re delighted to share the news about what four of our children have achieved: Jessica was rewarded for a whole year of improvement at J K Arts Rebecca celebrated success at gymnastics Archie did really well at karate and Heath won medals at swimming for his club, Marlins. (And […]
There will be no after school club at Southway Junior on Thursday 10 November because of parents’ evening. We will be back to normal next week.
Because of an Inset day, there will be no Inkpots at London Meed this Friday.
We were very pleased and proud to get a mention in The Mid Sussex Times this week, as part of an article about The Bookchat Roadshow that Inkpots is taking part in. You can read the full article here: http://www.midsussextimes.co.uk/whats-on/arts/bookchat-roadshow-helps-sussex-kids-discover-a-love-of-reading-and-writing-1-7592254
We decided at Inkpots not to send out Christmas cards this year, but to give a donation to a favourite charity. The children all voted on this and the charity which came out with the most votes this year was RSPCA. So we are delighted to have been able to support this charity which obviously […]