18 May School Photographer
18 - 22 May Walk to School Week
23 May Break up for half term
Welcome to West Meon
C of E Primary School
Our website will allow you to learn about our school.
It will support you in your learning as well as keep you up to date with the latest news and events.
13th March 2015
A huge Thank- you to everyone who, dressed in red, helped lay the money trail, baked, sold and bought cakes, watched cartoons. The children had a lot of fun and we raised a massive £206.12. Well done to the school council for organising such a fantastic event! Click here to see some more pictures.
Favourite Book Characters
To mark Wold Book Day, Class 2 made clay models of their favourite character from a book. Here is the rabbit from Guess how much I love you? made by Cecily. Click here to see more pictures.
The Little School & West Meon CE Primary School Breakfast and After School Club.
The start of this club has been postponed until September 2015. Please let the school know if you are interested in a place.
School Choir Sing at Westbury House
The School Choir were invited to sing Christmas songs and carols at Westbury House in West Meon. They sang beautifully and really enjoyed the experience.
Egg Rolling and Decorating
The annual egg rolling and decorating competitions took place on the last day of the Spring Term. It was as ever great fun with everyone taking part and having a great time. There were prizes for the Best Decorated Eggs and the Furthest Rolled Eggs. For more pictures of the fun click on the picture of our egg decorating champions.
Class 1 had a lot of fun making 'Stone' Soup with Mrs Ripper. Click here to see some more pictures.
The Inkeeper's Breakfast
At the end of last term Class 1 produced a brilliant nativity play, with Classes 2 and 3 helping out with the music and singing. To see more pictures, please click here.
About Our School
Click here to see a Powerpoint presentation all about our school. This has been made by two of pupils.
Class 1 had a fantastic trip to the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, they enjoyed playing games and dressing up in 'old fashioned' uniforms. Click here to see more pictures.