Keeping It Cool »

Our Nursery and Reception Inuits love their new igloo! Thank you for all the milk bottle donations!


Electric Science day »

We were set the task of creating something that contained an electrical circuit, we could chose to design anything we wanted. On Science day we brought in our materials and set about designing, making, painting and adding our circuit. Mr Weir explained that all the wires had to be hidden inside…


Nursery and Reception at The Ice Palace (ICEBAR London)! »

Our Early Years classes have had a magical afternoon exploring a frozen ice palace! They even spotted Sven the reindeer! What a fabulous finale to our Winter Wonderland topic!


Science Day »

~~Year 5 enjoyed planning and carrying out their own experiments as part of Science Day. They were keen to prove just what amazing scientists they really are.


String Ensemble »

Since September Year 2 have had the incredible opportunity of learning to play a string instrument as part of an ensemble.  The children began plucking notes and have progressed to using the bow with the aim of playing, as a group, a complete melody by the end of the year.


Bear Art »

Throughout this term, Year 2 have created a range of Bear Artwork. We have developed pencil shading, water colour blending and layering different colours for effect. I think you will agree these are some wonderful pieces of bear art.


Awesome atoms »

This week we have been learning about atoms. In an atom there are protons and neutrons, they make up the nucleus which is the center of the atom. The protons and neutrons are tightly packed together and movement is limited. Around the outside of the nucleus is where you will find the   electrons. …


St Clement Danes pupils take to the stage! »

Last Monday, St Clement Danes pupils were treated to a wonderful performance of Dick Whittington at the Peacock Theatre. When the PWC actors had left the stage it was time for St Clement Danes children to shine.


Year 3 - Science »

This term, Year 3 have been learning about light and shadow in Science.

Last week, we went on a shadow hunt around the school. When the children spotted a shadow they had to make a note of the light source and the object blocking that light source.

Look out for shadows outside school too, what is…


Year 6 Writing Wonder »

There is a new writing star in Year 6. In the last few months this developing author has experienced a new level of confidence. He puts the progress down to doing 15 minutes of English homework every school night.


Maths across the curriculum »

We have been learning about decimal points during our maths lessons. During P.E we used metre rulers to measure in a standing jump. We wrote down our scores on a whiteboard using decimal points. 

We jumped three times. We added all our scores together and divided by three to get our average. We…


Early Years In Action! »

Have a look at some of the fabulous resources that were bought with sponsorship money raised by Nursery and Reception this year!  A huge thank you to all the families who donated and collected money following the children’s Superhero Treasure Quest!  


Year 2 Photography »

We are Photographers
Year 2 got off to a fantastic start on our computing unit ‘We are Photographers’. The children worked in teams using the iPads to take photos of each other in our playground.
After selecting the best photographs the children used an editing program to adjust, change colour and…


Welcome to the Year 1 Blog! »

Year 1 Blog!

Every two weeks you will see an update of some of the activities we have done in class and I may add links to games or sites which will aid your child's learning.

This term we have been reading fairy tales. This week we will be reading and writing about Little Red Riding Hood.



photos of all our trips in the last 3 weeks! »

We have had a very busy 3 weeks of term! We spent the day at Chelsea football club meeting Chelsea pensioners and the illustrator Michael Foreman. We visited the Natural History Museum and took part in a fossil workshop where we were real life paleontologists! We have also been to the Imperial War…