1Y’s assembly was all about poetry. The children recited a poem called ‘The Sound Collector’ and read their super hero poems. They sang and performed really well and we are extremely proud of them!
On Wednesday, a large number of children from Year 5 performed on a variety of instruments for the entertainment of their parents and the whole school. It was wonderful to see how confidently they played.
On Thursday, 1G’s assembly was all about fictional Super Heroes, how we are Super Heroes and who our real life Super Heroes are. Their Super Hero Mission is to treat everyone how we would want to be treated – with love and kindness.
Over the last month, the boys have competed in 2 leagues matches. One against St.Andrews where they won 1-0 and the other against Grange Park , unfortunately they lost 3-1.
Recently, the girls played in the second round of the cup. We played Brimsdown School on a very cold afternoon but we won 2-1. We will keep you updated.
Year 4 took part in a cross country competition at Lee Valley Athletics Stadium on March 8th. Both the boys and girls ran extremely well. A huge congratulations to the boys who came second overall. Well done!
Please watch our video to see how we celebrated World Book Day.
On Wednesday, one of our parents, Mrs Susan Smith, kindly talked to the children about how she brings characters to life through costume.
Author and parent Jamie Okoro presented his books to the children on Monday.
On Thursday, 4Y’s assembly explored the idea of ‘connection’.
3G’s Valentine’s assembly took us back to Ancient Rome to discover the real reason we celebrate Valentine’s Day.
6Y performed their last ever assembly today. They showcased all they had learnt about MATHS!
A big “Well Done” to all the pupils who took part in ‘A Star is Born’! You were all winners, we are so proud of our talented pupils!
As it is was 6G’s last ever class assembly, they took control of all television stations in an attempt to show off how amazingly clever they are.
5G treated us to the first class assembly of 2019. The topic was ‘New Year Resolutions’. They wowed us with some fabulous talents and inspired us to make positive changes this year. Well done!
AUTUMN TERM 2018
Fun, food, games and dancing – a great time was had by all!
Please see our photos of Christmas lunch and Carols By The Tree. Merry Christmas!
Twenty six choir members from Years 5 and 6 went to the Parish Centre to visit the Dementia Café today. They entertained everyone with their beautiful Christmas Carol sing-a-long!