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WOW – The Walk to School Challenge Since our successful launch in late January, we have been amazed how many children are travelling sustainably to school. Children will either walk, scoot, ride or park and stride to school twice a week to earn a badge! We track travel each day to ensure capture as many sustainable journeys as we can. The campaign is run by Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking.
Clean Air Scooter Challenge

Between Monday 13th to Friday 17th June we participated in the Clean Air Scooter Challenge. Scooting is fun as well as being great exercise and children can always scoot from the boot! Reminder, please walk with your scooter once you get onto school grounds. Over the course of the week, 67% of children travelled to school without the use of a car which raised to an amazing 90%  with the sustainable travel option of park and stride. This commitment will have contributed to cleaner air around the school gates! Feel free to read this clean air book A Wild Walk to School with your child. 

Year 2 to 3 Transitions

Lisa Noice, our Family Liaison Officer, has created a virtual workshop to support parents with children moving from Infant to Junior School. Please click on the link to access the workshop.

Jump to Juniors Workshop for Parents
Brake Kids Walk

On Wednesday 22nd June we joined in with the Brake charity’s kids walk supported by Shaun the Sheep’s key road safety messages. Please look at the Brake website for fun films, games and activities. 

Summer Reading Challenge
The annual Summer Reading Challenge is returning to Hampshire Libraries next month. The Challenge, which supports children’s literacy during the summer holiday runs from Saturday 16 July until Saturday 17 September. This year’s theme is Gadgeteers and the aim is to inspire young readers, aged 4-11, to enjoy learning about science and innovation. Families and carers can sign-up children online, or by visiting their closest Hampshire Library – it’s free to join the library and take part in the challenge. Every child who reads, listens to, or shares six books will receive a certificate and medal, and also be entered into a draw to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet.
Find out more through Hampshire Libraries’ online Kids Zone from Saturday 16 July
FBC Summer Family Events
For more information please look at the FBC website  
Children’s Activity Mornings
Shoreline Church are hosting 2 children’s activity mornings over the holidays at Crofton Community Centre. Taking place between 10:15 and 11:30 on Sunday 31st July and Sunday 21st August. Please click here for more details
Reading Chest
This book rental service specialise in book banded reading schemes, such as Treetops, Collins Big Cat and Oxford Reading Tree. This paid for service starts from £9.95 a month and membership can be cancelled at any time. Books will be sent straight to your door and tailored to your children’s reading level and interests! To receive £5 discount off your first month’s subscription, please use the discount code; CROFTON22. For more details, or to sign up, please log onto