Five pupils from Keir Hardie competed at a Spelling Bee competition at Elmhurst Primary School on Monday 12th June 2017. They competed against other local schools and scored 100 points.
Inspired by World Book Day’s 20th anniversary, we decided to hold a book week. We started the week with an assembly and explained how we could all raise money for sick children by doing the Readathon. We introduced the new ‘Story Chair’ in the assembly/ Each class had a story time session in …
The Wizard of… Westfield! –Staff Pantomime 20th December As a special reward for the children’s hard work throughout the term they were treated to a hilarious performance of “The Wizard of Westfield” based, as you might guess, on The Wizard of Oz.
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 performed a delightful Nativity concert filled with hearty singing and fantastic story telling.
Thank you to all the parents who came to the support the children in Nursery who performed Christmas songs and made festive decorations.
On 14th December, we had a company come in to perform Jack & The Beanstalk for the children’s annual Christmas Pantomime. The pupils had a great time singing along and shouting out to the characters!
On Tuesday 13th December, the pupils and staff got into the festive mood by pulling crackers, wearing paper hats, singing along to Christmas songs and enjoying a special Christmas lunch prepared and cooked for us by Corinne and her team. We would like to thank all the ladies in the kitchen for a splendid meal.
Keir Hardie really does have talent! Again this year, pupils from all year groups demonstrated their singing, dancing, musical and gymnastics skills as part of the school council organised, Talent Show. There was also a surprise guest appearance from Mr Crook who has been teaching in Dubai for the past year.
On Tuesday 14th July our Nursery and Reception pupils donned their t-shirts, shorts and trainers as they ran, jumped, danced and threw, as part of this year’s EYFS Sports Day. Thank you to all the parents who came along to support and cheer them on.
Keir Hardie thrives in the face of adversity. Despite the disappointment of not being able to use St. Luke’s Park as planned, we used our MAGIC Habits and determined to make Sports Day a great success. A special thank you goes to Mr Mohamed for organising the whole event, to the volunteers from Morgan Stanley …