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June 2017

As part of the PSHE curriculum, Mrs Hunt organised a whole school ‘careers day’ around the theme of ‘The Apprentice’. Children were set tasks and worked in teams to design, produce and market a product with a healthy eating theme. The finalistS from each year group faced the apprentice panel and one team was ‘hired’. Well done to Year Four for their great teamwork and their healthy eating game. 

The Fire Brigade and a weather presenter also visited the school to share experiences of their work.

May 2017

Year five enjoyed watching our 10 eggs hatch into chicks as part of their science topic. The library was very busy all week with children from all classes visiting the chicks and watching them grow day by day. 

March 2017

World Book Day.

The children enjoyed their day in school for World Book Day this Thursday.

We are grateful to the parents for dressing the children up and making them look so good.

The children who won prizes for fabulous character outfits were-

Ghiles and Oliwia

Daniel and Aleks

Ashlyn and Fayyaad

Kayleigh and Caitlin

Evie, Ashyla and Ruby

Molly and Mason

Ivy and Dylan

Antonia and Jack

Skye and Ayman

In the morning classes worked with other year group teachers on poetry based activities

Year 3 teachers worked with ‘The Sound Collector’ by Roger McGough

Year 4 teachers looked at ‘An Alien Stole My Underpants’ by Brian Moses

Year 5 teachers investigated ‘Variation on an Old Rhyme’ by John Mole

Year 6 teachers completed an activity based on ‘Magpie’ by Tom Dow

In the afternoon, the children rehearsed and learnt a class poem by heart:

3CB: ‘The Adventures of Isabel’ by Ogden Nash

3W: ‘The Walrus and the Carpenter’ by Lewis Carroll

4C: ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ by Edward Lear

4H: ‘The Jabberwoky’ by Lewis Carroll

4TO: ‘Daffodils’ by William Wordsworth

5C:’I’m Walking My Iguana’ by Brian Moses

5W: ‘The Pig’ by Roald Dahl

6S: Macavity by TS Elliot

6A: ‘The Spider and the Fly’ by Mary Howitt

Mrs Thaine and Mrs Stewart were impressed by the poetry perfomances in the World Book Day school assembly

 – The winning class was 4TO.

 

 

 

January 2017

Our netball team had their first match of the season – away to Nascot Wood Junior School.

September 2016

20 children from years 5 and 6 enjoyed a trip to the Royal Opera House to see a performance of the ballet, ‘La Fille mal Gardée’.

Antonia and Kaitlin reported:

‘On Thursday the 29th we had 20 tickets for the Royal Opera House. It was an amazing experience and the dancers were so talented.

It was about a forbidden love between two people (Lise and Colas). It was very funny, and there was a real dancing pony!

First we travelled through a chaotic London on three speedy trains – all hyping up for the exciting day ahead.

Those who went were:

  • 5C Princess, Maahi, Harry, Ellie, Amelia
  • 5W Alfie, Ivy, Hanah, Chloe, Erion
  • 6S Antonia, Kaitlin, Rachel, Tyra, Lewis
  • 6A Skye, Jasmin, Ayman, Sara, Chloe

We would recommend the Royal Opera House to all.’

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