Adrian and Naeema from Year Six had the amazing opportunity to perform at the East London Speech-Making Festival on 29th November 2019. Their speeches emphasised the dangers of increasing climate change and ways in which the young generation can move forward. What a fantastic opportunity!
As part of Rights and Respect Week 2019, children in Year 5 and 6 took part in a workshop, delivered by NSPCC. The purpose of the workshop was to inform children of their rights and responsibilities as children.
The children took part in a TFL delivered workshop. The aim of the workshop was to promote safe, responsible and respectful behaviour on and around London’s transport system and to provide valuable tips on how to use the services provided.
The Year 6 members of staff met with parent(s) and carer(s) to outline the school’s expectations for the academic year ‘2019/2020’. Thank you to all those who attended.
Year 6’s visit to the Houses of Parliament was a valuable reminder of British values. As part of the day, the children visited the House of Commons and the House of Lords. They were encouraged to aspire to these positions in society. Also, they spent the day learning about making laws using the procedure laid …