The Year 2 Garden!
~~Rose and Violet got in last September, and Petunia made the cut in June.
It’s not easy to become a member of the Golden Afternoon, Afternoon,
For a Golden Afternoon never settles
Every day you have to preen and prune
If you want to keep your stem and…
~~The Great Fire of London
Year 2’s art work has been ‘Fire’ inspired as we have been learning about the events and impact of ‘The Great Fire of London’ this term.
The class have thought the colour of fire, using paint, to mix and blend a range of different shade of reds, oranges and yellows. They…
This year we are marking the 350th anniversary of the Great Plague. Did you know that the Great Plague of 1665 began on Drury Lane?
Peter Maplestone, school governor and expert in local history, led a fascinating assembly where we learned all about what happened and why. People who lived then…
Our Early Years classes had a fabulous time exploring the Sea Life London Aquarium just before the Easter holidays!
Find out more about the creatures we met: https://www.visitsealife.com/london/explore-our-creatures/
Did you know...? For adults with children who are pre-Nursery age, the Aquarium…
Year One raised £140 for Action for Children!
Although it was raining and we couldn't complete our sponsored walk around Covent Garden, we wiggled around school to the sounds of 'I like to Move it!' interupting lessons with our Hungry Caterpillar.
We then had a great day of Hungry Caterpillar…
~~Year 2’s final piece of art for this term was a combination of painting and collage. The children used images of a Massai tribe in Kenya as inspiration for their art work.
For the Governors’ Competition, this year, Year 2 created alternative versions of John Burningham’s story “Oi! Get off our train!”
The winners were announced in assembly. James was the overall winner and the runner up was Lucy. Year 2 also won a trophy for the best effort. Well done year 2.…
Spring has been an exciting term so far...
Science day- We worked with Year 4 on our materials topic. They taught us about solids, liquids and gases. Then we completed a Three Little Pigs experiment and tried to make a house that the Big Bad Wolf (Miss Pike) could not blow over.
The Day the…
Here is the dress code for this year's Scottish-themed performance:
White, school shirt.
Plain, black plimsolls (the ones the children wear for PE).
Long, colourful socks or tights (the funkier the better).
BOYS: Colourful shorts (they can be all one colour or patterned - again, the funkier the…
We have been reading the Iron Man by Ted Hughes. We have been using this story to inspire some of our own writing.
Rene has done a splendid job at describing the dragon landing on Australia. Read her version of this part of the story below
The boy who tamed a Dragon
By Rene Year 4
This week we have been learning about our Solar System. We learnt the names of the planets, their order from the sun and also how they orbit the sun.
Our Year 2 astronauts ascended the stairs to the roof top galaxy to gain a better view the planets. The children became the different planets,…
On the edge of Mount Olympus, the wind howled ferociously, the sea yelled in horror and Mount Olympus rumbled, something was going on, however Hercules didn't know. Sweat started to run down his face, his skin began to burn and in that moment he knew....
The flaming phoenix soared through the sky,…
Evie and Chienken’s mummies came into school to tell our Nursery and Reception classes about Chinese New Year. They very kindly gave each child a lucky red envelope. The envelope contained a special card with the child’s name written in Chinese characters.
The children watched this video to hear…
Have you heard about the egg that Reception Class found in their classroom?! The children came up with some great ideas about what might be inside the egg. They drew their ideas with chalk and wrote labels. They kept a very close eye on the egg and, just before the half-term holiday, IT HATCHED! …
Our Nursery and Reception Inuits love their new igloo! Thank you for all the milk bottle donations!