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  • SJS is the largest school in attendance at Young Voices 2020!

    Published 12/02/20

    Shottermill Juniors attend Young Voices 2020

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  • Year 6 Girls Win Football Tournament

    Published 22/01/20

    Well done to the Y5/6 Girls Football team who not only won every one of their four games but were also overall winners in the inter-school football tournament at Bohunt. You all did brilliantly girls and we are very proud of your tenacity, teamwork and overall sportsmanship.

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  • Shottermill Dance Act Wins Haslemere Schools Talent Show

    Published 27/11/19

    We are delighted to announce that our Year 6 girls: Isobel, Delilah, Lilla and Milly were worthy winners at the Haslemere Schools' Children in Need charity event.  

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  • NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe!

    Published 25/10/19

    Shottermill Juniors welcomed Mandy from the Speak Out Stay Safe NSPCC campaign and completed sponsored obstacle courses in their PE lessons. 

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  • Welcome to new Head Girl & Head Boy

    Published 01/10/19

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  • Another 'Good' rating from Ofsted!

    Published 21/01/19
    Shottermill Junior School is delighted to have secured another 'Good' rating from Ofsted, in its most recent inspection in December 2018.    The inspector praised the quality of the curriculum on offer at the
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  • WWI Centenary 2018 & Remembrance

    Published 06/11/18

    The children have been learning about the importance of WWI and the Great War through our poppy appeal and through the commemorative wreaths hanging on our wall near the main entrance.  Children from the School Council will be laying the wreaths on 11th November at two local Remembrance Services.  

    Iris and Alex Sinclair also prepared a moving assembly to tell us their personal story about a member of  their family lost in military circumstances at the age of 19.  Relatives of the family were awarded the Elizabeth Cross, which we were able to show to the children. 

    Click below to open their presentation.

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  • Feeling Good Week 2018 -Resilience

    Published 25/07/18

    The children took part in Feeling Good Week, which focussed on a theme of building resilience and developing positive mental health in our pupils.  Activities included a Growth Mindset NED talk, Confidence Workshops, peer massage, Theatre Monkeys, STOMP as well as our Shottermill Sports Day!

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  • Choral Poetry Competition won by 5T

    Published 25/07/18

    We held another hugely successful Choral Poetry Competition this summer term, where all classes performed in front of the judging panel and parents.  Congratulations to 5T class who won with their inspirational performance of Macbeth.  Special thanks to Sue from Haslemere Bookshop, who came along to help judge the performances for a third year running!

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  • Shottermill hosts its first Inter-School Art Competition

    Published 25/07/18

    We were delighted to host our first ever inter-school Art Competition, on the theme of Celebration of Summer for pupils across the Haslemere Confederation of schools.  Pupils from St Bart's, Beacon Hill and Shottermill Juniors all won prizes.  Thank you to Olga Houghton Head of Art from Highfield School who helped to judge the work with Mr Brian Moulds, Chair of Governors.

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  • Year 6 Business Enterprise

    Published 25/07/18

    Year 6 raised over £800 through their Business Enterprise project.  Thank you to Mr Brian Moulds (Chair of Governors) who came in and kick started the project with an inspirational talk about making profit and how to start up a business from scratch.  The children have decided to put their profits to new PE equipment on the bottom playground.  Thank you children!

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  • Mayor of Haslemere opens new fitness equipment

    Published 27/04/18

    The Mayor of Haslemere opened the new fitness equipment and playground markings on Monday 24th April with a special ceremony involving the School Council, House Captains and Sports Leaders.  The Head Boy and Head Girl made a speech and helped Mrs Barnes to give the Mayor a tour of the new equipment and of the rest of the school.  It was a fantastic event enjoyed by all. 

    We would like to thank The National Lottery for providing £10,000 of funding for this special project.

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