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Welcome to Endeavour Class

Read more about how we became Endeavour class

We chose the HMS Endeavour to represent our class name after researching many other ships. One of the reasons why we opted for “Endeavour” was that we felt the name is a true reflection of our attitude to learning. Furthermore, the voyage that James Cook took was a very interesting one.

He set out to observe the planet Venus at first but was then given secret instructions from the British Admiralty to find ‘Terra Australis’ (Australia). James Cook and his crew showed great resilience when they had difficulties on the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia at a place that is now known as Cape Tribulation. Their ship had broken down but they overcame many obstacles such as the intense heat and lack of food and water to eventually get the HMS Endeavour to a safe place.

The effort that we put into the things we do in class and the resilience that we show when things do not always go to plan echoes James Cook, his crew and of course, the HMS Endeavour.

News


News for school year 2018-19


Newsletter 2 – 2018/19 – 18th September 2019
Target setting meetings for parents and carers Next week teaching staff will be available on Tuesday 25th September from 3.30p.m.…

Newsletter 1 – 2018/19 – 7th September 2019
A big welcome to school for families who are new and ‘old’! We hope you had lots of moments of…

News for school year 2017-18


Hampshire in the ‘Hall
Our amazing choir of nineteen Y5 and Y6s joined 1700 other children in the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 23rd…

Newsletter 12 – 2017/18 – 20th April 2018
We are so excited to have our new playground! It makes such a difference to the size of the playground…

Newsletter 11 – 2017/18 – 20th March 2018
Year 6 Crestwood School are holding a coffee morning for all parents of our Year 6 children who are going…

The Friends of Cherbourg Primary School Newsletter – March 2018
Friends of Cherbourg would like to let you know that they will be hosting the following events this term....

Snow? What Snow? – World Book Day at Cherbourg
Our pupils didn't let a little bit of snow put them off dressing up as their favourite book character.

Friday 2nd March – Severe Weather Situation – School is Closed!
The school is open today but please ensure that your child is dressed for very cold, windy and snowy weather.

Newsletter 10 – 2017/18 – 23rd February 2018
World Book Day To mark World Book Day and 100 years since women were given the vote as a result of…

February 2018 – Issue of the Month – Play and Playfulness
Play and playfulness are great ways to learn new things and to practice things we have already learnt. That is…


Homework


Homework for school year 2017-18


The Cherbourg Primary Number Fact Challenge!
Since the introduction of the new National Curriculum in 2013, there has been a greater emphasis placed on children knowing…

Helping Your Child to Learn Maths at Home
Things you could do at home to support your child learning maths.

Year 6 Homework
Hello Year 6s, Well done for all your hard work this year - especially through last week and the SATS.…

Homework for school year 2016-17


The Cherbourg Primary Times Table Challenge!
Since the changes to the National Curriculum in 2014, there has been a big emphasis on children learning their times…


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