Keir Hardie pupils were challenged to use their artistic skills to paint, drawn, scalp, create, build a roman building. The entries were fantastic! So fantastic that the works below were uploaded to the Guildhall Art Gallery, City of London website! Please click here to view the post on the City of London website.
On Friday 11th December, Keir Hardie celebrated Christmas Jumper Day to raise money for Save the Children by wearing an array festive and jolly Christmas Jumpers. Pupils working from home also celebrated the day on their Google Classrooms.
The pupils and staff at Keir Hardie enjoyed a delicious Christmas meal on Wednesday 9th December. We would like to say a big thank you to our wonderful catering team!
At Keir Hardie Primary School we are proud of the diversity of our staff and pupils! Every year we dress in clothes which reflect our heritage and share knowledge of our countries of origin with each other. Here are a few pictures from Friday 23rd October.
In celebration of this year’s carnival, pupils in the KS2 pod performed a poem called ‘We Believe In Equality’.
Keir Hardie pupils were challenged with recreating some famous pieces of art using resources from their homes. The results were stunning!
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the ending of the WWII, VE Day, the pupils at Keir Hardie created a special banner and poppy!
The pupils attending school showcased their creative to the make wonderfully bright and colourful thank you posters for our hard working NHS.
Following on from the celebrations of World Book Day, parents were invited to read with their child(ren) at the beginning of the day.
Superheroes, super-animals, a Lion, a Witch AND a Wardrobe(!), Shakespeare, Sherlock Holmes and Beowulf to name but a few… Keir Hardie pupils and staff celebrated the love of reading by dressing up as their favourite characters on World Book Day 2020.