A group of very artistic pupils had the fantastic opportunity of participating in a special art workshop where they created Greek & Roman vases using paper mache and recyclable materials.
On 1st April, we celebrated our children’s musical achievements with a Music Sharing Assembly organised by the music teacher, Mr Marcel.
The debate team competed at Elmhurst in the second round of the Newham Debate League. The quality of the debates were a high standard and the feedback we received from the judges was very complementary. We are currently 3rd in the league. Well done team!
To raise money for Red Nose Day, on Friday 15th March we all came in to school in our pyjamas and donated to Comic Relief! We were so comfortable!!!
We had a visit from children’s author Lou Kuenzler. Lou took workshops with children from Nursery age up to Year 6. The children really enjoyed the interactive sessions. Here are some of the questions our pupils asked Lou about her writing. Year 1 Pupil: When did you start to make books? Lou: I started making …
We dressed up as book characters for World Book Day. How many book characters can you name?
On Thursday 7th February the Debate Club participated at the first round of the Newham debating league at Elmhurst. We had fantastic fun. Both debates were fiercely contended. The two motions were ‘This house would enforce a 3 day weekend’ and ‘This house would ban cars in cities. What are your thoughts on these subjects?
On Tuesday 11th December, pupils all had their annual Christmas Lunch with staff. We pulled crackers, listened to festive songs, and ate lovely Christmas food!
The week beginning 15th October was Heritage Week. The particular focus was on Black History, with the theme of inspirational black women. Some of the women we focused on were Oprah Winfrey, Malorie Blackman, and Mary Seacole. The children did a project around inspirational woman figures and for homework also did research into inspirational women …
The week of 12th November is the first week of Rights & Respect/Anti-Bullying fortnight. There was a whole school assembly on 13th November about “Choosing Respect” to get the children thinking about how to respect themselves and others and to find out what they are going to be learning over the next fortnight.