Tuesday, 30 June 2015
FRAM NATIONAL REMINDER…
Only 3 more days until the big social event is on, the "Fram National".
St Elizabeth’s has almost sold out of hats, and the fizz is being chilled.
A great evening of fun and entertainment with loads of stunning prizes donated by the world famous Godolphin Stables to be won.
Tickets are going fast (£3 each!), so get your babysitter booked and your money in. Don't forget to dress up, and there will be a prize for best hat.
******HOLY HORRORS HAVE NOW FINISHED, AS HAVE MFSF******
Monday, 29 June 2015
Take a look at the EADT website for a report on our Sports Day last Thursday:
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
SRH girls were crowned County Cricket Champions yesterday - the first time any school in the county has won both boys and girls titles in the same season.
The competition had 12 local winners from around Suffolk. - divided into 3 groups of 4.
In the morning our girls won all 3 group games against South Lee, Lakenheath and St Mary's to progress to the final stages in the afternoon.
In the semi final SRH beat Ranleigh by 27 runs.
In the final game SRH came up against a very strong Horringer Middle School team.
SRH batted first and scored 56 runs and defended the score brilliantly thanks to some excellent fielding and bowling from the whole team.
SRH won by 18 runs to become champions.
2 members of the team brought along some of their baking for the lunch interval.
SRH boys won the county title at Woolpit Cricket Club on Monday.
The competition featured 12 local champions from around the County.
The boys had to win 6 matches during the day to become champions.
In the morning group stages Fram beat Stoke-by-Nayland, Cliff Lane and Hardwick Middle.
In the afternoon SRH Fram beat St Loius , South Lee and in the final - Hadleigh.
The last game was an outstanding performance with Fram winning by 63 runs.
Monday, 22 June 2015
Friday, 19 June 2015
Programme cover design by Sydney Way.
The children have been very busy making and decorating the props and scenery.
They have also designed and stitched their own waistcoats.
Singing, dancing and acting rehearsals in the classroom and the hall.
There is also a lot ICT involved in the play. There are 39 sound files which some of the children have programmed in time with the action.
Anybody wanting a ticket should speak to the school office.
Tickets are available for shows on Wednesday 1st July at 1.00pm and Thursday 2nd July at 7.00pm.
The production is in the theatre at Framlingham College.