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.
To celebrate World Science Day 2020, pupils at Keir Hardie planted sun flower seeds. We look forward to seeing the flowers bloom in the coming months!
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.
Keir Hardie Primary School pupil were invited to participate in a special event hosted by Cody Docks about the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2020. Keir Hardie pupils learned about observing wildlife and collecting data to promote that wildlife. The pupils also learned about the local bird species and the environment around the Lee River In …
To raise awareness and celebrate the importance of well-being, both of the pupils and staff, our school organised and delivered a Well-Being Day, with no in class learning occurring and activities such as boxing, Power Reads, Archery, Yoga and Bubble Football comprising parts of the day. Additionally, there we cross-curricular English and maths, as well …
On the afternoon of the last Friday of each calendar month, Keir Hardie pupils meet up with their House Captains and fellow House members and the choice of what activities they do from that point onwards is up to them! Our last two Friendship Fridays have consisted of dodgeball, plant pot and balloon painting, basketball, …
As a reward for our pupils in Garnet House, who won last terms House Competition, our younger pupils had the opportunity to have a day playing and enjoying themselves on a range of bouncy castles. with our older pupils going to the GoApe adventure course on the 24th of January.
A very exciting opportunity has arisen for Ms Singh and Ms Shakir to visit Kenya as part of an international teaching project! Click the image to read the article in the Newham Recorder.