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Times Like These song - Website.mp3

BBC Radio 1's new cover of Foo Fighters' Times Like These, which is raising funds for BBC Children in Need, Comic Relief: Red Nose Day and World Health Organization (WHO)'s Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
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When the children are away, the staff will play!

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A little more fun... to make you smile!

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The staff at Fleet Infant School decided to have a little more fun! Many thanks to Mrs Hedger for her creativity and brilliant ICT skills in producing our video,

We all miss our children, stay safe everyone and see you soon!


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To our Fleet Infant School family

I hope you are all well and enjoying this lovely weather again. We are so lucky to be able to spend time outside watching the season change into summer. Life in school is very quiet, although your teachers are working hard to plan exciting learning for you. Mrs Downes has been doing a wonderful job of monitoring emails and messages, my thanks go to her.

Our website is looking wonderful and it is great to see weekly messages from each year group. Whilst I was having a look at Year 2, I saw some very talented dogs....and then I wondered, could Bailey do the same? Bailey is my daughter's cocker spaniel who lives with Mr Clark and I. She is nine years old and behaves like a 2 year old. Have a look and see what Bailey got up to over the weekend!

Stay safe everyone and take care.

Mrs Clark

Active Dance

Whilst you have been at home, your teachers have been looking after a few children at school.  They have all been doing Active Dance so we thought you might like to join in and dance along with us at home. Don't forget to smile!

Active Dance - Call Me Maybe

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Baby Shark

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**New Active Dance** Superman

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Active Dance - Waka Waka

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Active Dance - Old Town Road

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Hello from Mrs Clark!

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We are sorry that you are currently not at school and we will be sending a ParentMail every week to keep in touch with all our families.  In the year group areas below, you will find plenty of activities and websites to support your learning at home.


We do not expect you to complete all the activities but would ask that you try and read, do some writing and some maths most days.  We are sure you can organise your own time but just in case you would like some direction here is a possible timetable.


9am Read or share a book and talk about it

9.30am Choose an English activity

10.30am Choose a challenge

11am Snack and listen to a story.  If your grown up is busy, will read one to you.

11.30am Choose a maths activity

12.15pm Lunch

1.15pm Choose an activity to do linked to your topic/computing/art/Purple Mash

2.15pm Play a game or do a jigsaw

2.45pm Watch an episode of Cbeebies bedtime story or Numberblocks

3.00pm Free time – bake a cake/ice biscuits/outside play


Remember to have fun and enjoy this special time with your children.  If you would like any further advice please email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

School Games

***These challenges have been well received so they are continuing for another 4 weeks through June.  For year groups and children still at home, please keep having a go and sending your scores across to the email address provided.  All children receive a certificate each week and there are county winners as well as school winners announced each week.  I know we have enjoyed taking part with the children at school and hope to continue to still do this each week***


Well done to everyone who is taking part in the weekly challenges. Remember you can email your scores across to the email at the bottom of the grid for a chance to be the school weekly winner and to receive your certificate.


Week 1 - 4 children sent their scores to School Games last week and all received a certificate. 

Week 1 winner at Fleet Infant School - Reuben. Well done!


Week 2 - 8 children sent their scores to School Games last week and all received a certificate. 

Week 2 - North East Hants Individual Personal Best KS1 Winner - Libby - Fleet Infant School. Well done!

Week 2 winner at Fleet Infant School - Isobel. Well done!


For MAY the Hampshire School Game Organisers (SGOs) network are launching 'School Games Mark May'. A four week programme of daily challenges linked to the sports played at the annual Hampshire School Games.


We are really excited to join the 4 week School Games Mark May programme at Fleet Infant School. Each week, daily challenges from two sports will be released. For example, Football - Monday/Tuesday and Netball Wednesday/Thursday. With Friday a day for children to try beat their previous score in the week.  We hope some of you will take part and enjoy giving some of the challenges a go. I know your teachers would love to see any photos or videos of you taking part.


There are challenges for KS1 and KS2.  Ignore the KS2 and focus on KS1 challenges.  There is a warm up game too for you to do if you would like.


Below are the challenges for each week along with information to the Dance Challenge. 


The Dance Challenge is separate to the other challenges. You do not have to do the Dance Challenge if you are taking part in other challenges. They have been put in place for those who love to dance/move and be creative.  If you choose to complete this, it’ll run for the first 3 weeks in May; the winners will be used for the closing ceremony of School Games Mark May.


Parents can email their child's score direct to Catherine  or via facebook, Instagram or twitter. This email is on the bottom of the record sheet.  You do not need to print the sheets, you can change and email back.   They will then email out the scores by Wednesday for the previous week.


School Games Mark May will be putting up tutorial videos on how pupils should do each challenge. These get put on daily at 8am. These can be found on their facebook/twitter pages - @HampshireSGO


They have also put together an intro launch video and can be found via the link below:

Keeping Active

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Well done to all those children keeping active. Here are the videos we were sent this week of pupils keeping active in a range of different sport's challenges :-)
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June Dance Challenge

The School Games June Dance Challenge is now here. The challenge is for both primary and secondary pupils.   Well done to Isla in Year 1 who won for the North East Hants area for showing respect in her dance for May. 
The focus for this dance is Well Being and being positive about ourselves.
Song : 'Better when I am dancing' by Megan Trainor
Dancers will be scored on:
Idea - originality/innovation
Performance - Focus/enthusiasm
Movement - Different action/dynamics/space 
Parents can email videos directly to . Videos must be sent in by 1st JulyDances must be no longer than 30-40 seconds
For the May challenge, they put together a video montage of all the North East Hants videos they received. They will do the same for June. 🙂 
Any questions at all, please ask at the email above.  We look forward to seeing your entries

Mental Health, Wellbeing and On-line Safety


We understand that being at home for long periods and missing friends is difficult for all our families.  As part of our Personal Development Learning in school we use the SCARF resources which help us discuss some tricky issues with children.  The company which produce these resources have now included some guidance for parents to help you through this difficult time.  This also includes activities to remind your child about how to stay safe on line, especially as their on-line use is likely to have been increased.   Have a look at the link below to see what is available.


Harold's Daily Diary


In school, our children love the visit from Harold in the Life Education bus.  Harold now has a daily diary which your child  can access to see how he is keeping busy  at home and away from his friends.


There has been a new publication called 'Coronavirus a book for children' by Axel Scheffler.  This is very well written, in a way that is accessible to children and answers lots of questions the children may have, especially around why school may be different when we return.  Click on this link  to access the book.