Dad’s club was held on Sunday 10th February, at this session Dad’s/Grandad’s and children made their own pizza’s. We had a great turnout and lots of pizzas were made. Thank you to the families who brought in extra toppings. The next Dad’s club is Saturday 9th March from 9.00am until 11.00am. All Dads/Grandads/Uncles are welcome.
On Thursday 31st January a team of 12 Year 2 pupils attended the Spikeball Festival held at Elson Infant School. The festival had 12 teams competing from 6 local Gosport schools. Our Year 2 pupils worked well together as a team and this resulted in Gomer Infant School winning the event! Congratulations to our Year
We are so proud of our Young Governors and the collection they organised for the Fareham and Gosport Basics Bank. After a visit from one of their volunteers, we learned that in Gosport alone, between January 2018 and 5th November 2018, 2,600 people were helped by the Basic Bank and a third of those were
As part of the whole school home learning, pupils were asked to paint a stone in memory of military personnel who gave their lives to protect our country. The Families Together club decided on the location of this the memorial garden and asked for the garden to be placed in one of the beds off the
PoGo’s Christmas raffle draw is fast approaching! We now have on display in the school office of some of the super prizes available to be won, pop in to take a look and purchase some more tickets. Tickets have been sent out via your child’s bookbag, please return the completed stubs with the monies and
In October we met Jenny, who is a volunteer at the Fareham and Gosport Basics Bank to find out more about what we can do to help families in Gosport who do not have enough food to eat. She told us that so far this year they have given 860 children in Gosport food and
After school on Friday 23rd November, PoGo’s arranged a fundraising event for children to come and watch the entertainer Silly Scott! Everyone had a fabulous time watching the show and taking part. Thank you to PoGo’s for there continued hard work in organising and raising funds to support the school. PoGo’s have raised lots of monies
For ‘Children in Need’ day on Friday 16th November the theme was ‘Do your thing’. Children and staff were invited to dress up as characters or a profession they would like to be when they grow up for a £1.00 donation. The children came in some fabulous outfits! At lunchtime, the children enjoyed eating Pudsey
This year Gomer Infant School supported the Rotary International Shoebox Scheme for disadvantaged children in Albania, Montenegro, Moldova and Romania. We had received a large donation of presents from our families supporting the charity. Families that participated filled shoeboxes with small educational, health and hygiene items, together with a £1.00 donation and indicated which age group
The school kitchen had a surprise for the children this Halloween! At lunchtime, the dinner staff dressed up and decorated the hall and the children had a choice of spookily-themed desserts.