What's New for 2019-20?
This year we will continue to connect each of our classes with our friends in Kushadevi. Over the course of the year, we will use our connections to share learning and spread the word on UN Global Goal 13: Action for Climate Change. Year 5 and 6 will consider pollution and its affect on Global Warming, KS1 will be thinking about the role that trees play in climate control and in the summer term, Year 3&4 will consider how we can reduce our own carbon footprint.
As each classroom connection happens, a brief write-up will appear below, so keep coming back to this page to keep up-to-date with our programme of live-links.
Coronavirus Closures Bring Live Links To A Close - But The Partnership Stays Strong!
Team MOSPS run the New Forest Marathon 2020 for
Freedom to Learn
A team of MOSPS runners have taken on a challenge to raise money for Kushedevi by signing up and training for the New Forest Marathon Events 2020.
This was originally scheduled to take place on the weekend of 13th September in the Forest, but due to Covid 19 restrictions it was initially cancelled and then moved at the last minute to the weekend of September 19th/20th and a new venue: St Giles House Estate in Wimborne.
This new course held an extra challenge as it was a multi-terrain, cross country course but our runners were still committed to completing their races and raising as much as they could.
Meet the Team:
Taking on the Full 26.2m Marathon...
Taking on the 13.1m Half Marathon...
Taking on the 10km...
Charity Challenge Inspires Pupils & Staff During Lockdown
During the depths of the national lockdown, families connected to school took part in the 2.6 challenge to support our friends in Kushadevi, and those in the surrounding hills.
Coronavirus is a big issue here, but it is also a global issue and many families of children at our Sister School in Kushadevi are really struggling with the impact of no income and no government rescue package. So we thought we had better do something.
We teamed up with Freedom to Learn to raise funds for our friends in Nepal. All the money raised has been used to put together relief packs for families who need certain essential items – ranging from food and medicine, to home learning materials and seeds for crops.
The support every 2.6 Champion gave by taking part and fundraising was a fantastic help our friends and really showed them that We CARE at this difficult time.
Our Freedom to Learn 2.6Challenge Champions raised an amazing £2,192.13!
Check out Stanley's 2.6 Challenge Cycle Video by clicking this link: