Our Amazon Wishlist - donate a gift to us and help to resource our school Porchester on Facebook Porchester on Flickr Porchester on Pinterest Porchester on Twitter Porchester on Tumblr Porchester on Vimeo Porchester on YouTube Login to Post Registers Report Concerns
Welcome to Porchester Junior School. Part of the Flying High Trust.

Welcome to our Website

  • Welcome to our School
  • Determination
  • Responsibility
  • Independence
  • Patience
  • Nurturing
  • Understanding
  • Friendship
  • Discovery
  • Kindness
  • Curiosity
  • Determination
  • Self Belief
  • Thoughtfulness
  • Humility
  • Creativity
  • Happiness
  • Resilience
  • Innovation
  • Kingdom; a groundbreaking, creative, innovative digital project. Click to view.

January 22, 2018


Jacob in Class 6 is taking part in RSPB’s Birdwatch next week and we would love to see more pupils get involved.

Birdwatch is taking place between 27-29 January 2018 and is a relaxing and interesting way to spend an hour with your child(ren).

Below is a full colour copy of the Birdwatch pack which has lots of useful information about the event. We hope you enjoy taking part.

Birdwatch information pack

| | Comments: 0

January 21, 2018

Amazing Space Poetry

Class 6 have produced some phenomenal Space poetry this week. Their imagination and creativity really shone through their writing. Well done all of you. 


| | Comments: 0

Out of the World homework


Upper school are learning all about Earth and Space for their topic 'Where in the Universe am I?' All the children have their 'Bingo' homework of activities and they are coming in steadily already. Thank you. 

However, three stars have decided to go above and beyond with their homework. Daisy, Minnie and Freya decided the homework we set wasn't enough so they got researched, designed and created these amazing pieces! 

These show true learning, creativity and pride. Keep it up and I hope you inspire others!  IMG_0261

| | Comments: 0

January 20, 2018

Role Models

Here are our proud Role Models for this week: they have been a wonderful example to us all!


| | Comments: 0

Celebration Assembly


Celebrating wonderful work and fabulous attitudes.


| | Comments: 0

January 19, 2018


After preparing their shields earlier in the week, the Roman soldiers in classes 1, 3 and 7 met in the hall on Thursday for their final instructions before they then marched off towards the Barbarian Celtic tribes in classes 4, 5 and 6.


When attack horns were blown, the children stormed into the tribal areas, removed the local Chieftan, and forced the Celts to become Roman. Once the locals had agreed to a new way of life, the soldiers withdrew and began to write diaries recording their magnificent victory.

Here are just two of the diaries from some of the Roman soldiers.


| | Comments: 2

January 16, 2018


It's AD43 in Class 7, and they are preparing for something important.

We're not allowed to tell you what - but we spotted them doing this in their classroom.


Just what is going on?

| | Comments: 1

January 15, 2018

Where in the Universe am I?

we had an interesting visitor to start off our new topic.  GLurg, who comes from a distant galaxy, came to Earth to visit. 

He left a letter, footprints and a mess! 

We will be learning lots about Earth and Space over this half term. Stay tuned to see what we discover.  IMG_0255

| | Comments: 0

Letter to Glurg

We wrote our replied to Glurg, making sure we used interesting sentences and a range of punctuation.  Some of us even used colons. 

As your child to tell you some sentences like;

imagine - imagine a world where the blue seas sparkle, the green grass grown and beautiful birds sing: this is earth. 

the more, the more - The more chocolate you eat, the more weight you gain. 

pairs of adjectives - Scared and alone, trembling and crying, Mrs Foster took the rubbish to the bin. 



| | Comments: 0

January 14, 2018

Celebration Assembly


| | Comments: 0

| Fair Processing Notice | Credits | Services | About Us | Technical |

All original content on this website is © Porchester Junior School 2008 - 2017

Top of Page