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  • Nos partenaires fran├žais

    Published 23/06/23

    This week a group of Vinehall children met our French pen-pals in Brighton, where they are staying on their school trip.

    We have exchanged letters, photos and booklets in French and English during the year. We visited the aquarium together and followed a treasure trail along the seafront. It was fun to try to speak each others' language with our French friends

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  • Gold Medals at the Sussex Athletic Championships

    Published 13/06/23

    We are very proud of our ten young athletes, who represented Vinehall at the Sussex Athletic Championships yesterday.

    We have brought home four individual Sussex champions and our Year 5 boys' relay team (Harvey P, Jamie M, Masa M and Charlie C ) defended their title for Sussex champions for a second year in a row.

    Out of a squad of ten children, six have won gold medals!

    Harry McK - Sussex Champion (and broke the record) in U10 Shot.

    Arthur P - Sussex Champion U10 Javelin

    Charlie C - Sussex Champion in 800m

    Jamie McK - Sussex Champion in 1500m

    A special mention also for Rosie A who came third out of 24 children in the long jump, jumping only 4cms less than the winner.

    Well done Vinehall!

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  • Top 20 Day Nursery Award

    Published 06/06/23

    We are absolutely jumping for joy! We have yet again received the Top 20 Day Nursery Award.

    It is so inspiring to have the nurturing and stimulating environment of our nursery recognised in this way and a true reflection of the dedication of our wonderful team. The award coincides with our announcement that we will be opening for 50 weeks a year from September, so we look forward to welcoming lots more children to our truly unique Little Vines Nursery.

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  • We are Vinehall Day

    Published 05/05/23

    It is certainly a moment to be hugely proud, shouting from the rooftops - WE ARE VINEHALL!

    It is often quoted that 'the strength of a community lies in the pride and involvement of its members,' and this was in full evidence today as the children, staff and parents celebrated their love for, and pride in, our wonderful community.

    Hip Hip Hooray on We Are Vinehall Day!  The picture above has captured the pure joy of the occasion ... from our little two-year olds right through to those much wiser, but who remember what it feels like to be a child.

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  • Austria Ski Trip

    Published 20/04/23

    Our ski trip to Austria was a great success!

    The prep school ski trip to Austria saw the children enjoying lots of fun on the slopes and becoming more experienced each day. When they took off their skis there was also plenty of time for doughnuts, burgers, snow angels and shopping!

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  • ART EXHIBITION BY VINEHALL SCHOOL STUDENTS AT BLACKSHED GALLERY

    Published 21/03/23

    Art Exhibition at Blackshed Gallery now extended to 1st April.

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  • MUDDY STILETTOS REVIEW ON VINEHALL SCHOOL IS IN!

    Published 24/02/23

    A friendly, outdoorsy prep with smart facilities in a super location in stunning High Weald countryside, and a holistic and forward-thinking ethos that puts pupils at the heart.

    Read the full article here  Vinehall School, Robertsbridge | Muddy Stilettos

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  • OUR SCHOOLS SHOULD BE OVERFLOWING WITH MUSIC

    Published 07/02/23

    Music is a critical aspect of a well-rounded education and offers untold benefits for our children. As Victor Hugo once wrote, ‘music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent’.  Let our children create good noise!

    Here are some reasons why music is an integral part of our school curriculum:

    Music enhances cognitive development. Numerous studies have shown that music can improve children’s memory, language skills and ability to concentrate.  These skills are essential for success in all areas of life.

    Music promotes emotional and social development. Music can foster a sense of community and helps children to express themselves emotionally, all leading to better mental health and social skills. Music also builds cultural awareness, providing children with exposure to new cultures and global perspectives.

    Music encourages creativity. Music in education encourages children to think creatively and imaginatively, skills that are vital in all areas of life.

    Music improves academic performance. There is ample research to show that children involved in music tend to perform better in subjects such as maths, science and languages.

    What is there not to sing about!?

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  • RHS SCHOOL GARDENING AWARD

    Published 20/01/23

    Vinehall has been awarded the RHS Level 5 School Gardening Award, the highest achievement in the Royal Horticultural Society’s School Gardening Awards scheme.

    As a school we have been working our way through the various levels over the past 18 months, embedding horticulture, nature and growing into our school life through the planting of an orchard, construction of a new vegetable garden, introduction of new gardening clubs and activities throughout the school, and culminating in our first horticultural whole school event – Vinehall’s Apple Day.

    Rachel Borrows, our School Horticulturist, said:
    ‘I have been delighted with the enthusiasm and support shown by the whole school community for the various initiatives we have introduced. The children have embraced the opportunity to get dirt under their nails, whilst developing their practical horticultural skills and understanding of environmental issues.’

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  • ECO FASHION SUCCESS AT TRASH COUTURE COMPETITION

    Published 06/12/22

    We are immensely proud of our two Year 7 Artists who were shortlisted for the annual Battle Abbey Trash Couture competition. Skye R and Isobel F responded extremely well to the theme, with highly imaginative creations that demonstrated an understanding of their chosen materials. Their garments were not only interesting to look at, but they highlighted the need to recycle and upcycle.  Skye was the overall winner in her age category with her stunning dress and there were many very positive comments about Isobel’s work.

    Well done to all those who submitted entries and huge congratulations to both of our finalists.

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  • PANDEMONIUM HITS THE STAGE

    Published 29/11/22

    Welcome to Ancient Greece and the wedding of Pandora and Epimetheus! Pandora is a gift from Zeus, the King of the Gods. A strange box appears amongst the wedding presents and curiosity compels Pandora to open it. All manner of evil is released into the world! She grabs the box and runs away. This wasn’t part of Zeus’s plan! Follow the gods, goddesses, nymphs and mortals in their mad race to find Pandora and the box and restore hope to the world.

    The cast and crew of Years 5 and 6 have been rehearsing all term and have worked incredibly hard to ensure this production was a hit.  The children’s joy was infectious and proof of the magic of live theatre.

    Special thanks to all the parents who helped with this production, finding and making costumes, collecting props, backdrops and more.

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  • GYMNASTICS SUCCESS AT THE ISGA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

    Published 21/11/22
    Many congratulations go to our U13 Gymnastic team!
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