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Science with Dr James Baker »

Last week, Dr James Baker came in to school with Mr Daniel Bentham (our Chair of Governors) to do some fun science demonstrations.
Dr James Baker is a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Biology at University College London.  He spoke to years 5 and 6 about the importance of science and then showed them…


Dance with Natalia »

Year 2 and Year 6 have been having dance lessons with Natalia this term. She is an excellent ballroom dancer and has been teaching the children a variety of ballroom dances.

Year 6 have been perfecting their Cha-Cha-Cha moves. Will we see any members of St Clement Danes on Strictly Come Dancing…


Year 6 Maths »

Year 6 pupils took over Miss Gould’s job today and taught each other how to complete challenging maths problems.


Billy the Kid »

Year 6 took part in a project led by Westminster Archives which was based around the Michael Morpurgo/Michael Foreman book Billy the Kid and learning about the local experience of WW2.

As part of the project, we met Michael Foreman (illustrator of Billy the Kid), Paul Canoville (Chelsea FC’s…


Year 6’s Design Technology »

For this term's DT, Year 6 were set the challenge of creating a freestanding Christmas decoration.


Year 6 visit to HMS Belfast »


Churchill’s War Rooms - story inspiration. »

On Tuesday, Year 6 visited Churchill’s War Rooms. The visit provided the inspiration for the following story.

Churchill’s Mouse

How would you feel if you didn’t have a family? Well in 1940, the start of World War Two, there lived a mouse with no name, no food, no home and nobody that loved him.…


Visit from an evacuee »

Yesterday, Sadie’s grandfather, Bob, came in to Year 6 to share his experiences as an evacuee in World War Two. 
Originally from Gateshead, Bob was evacuated to a village in Yorkshire when he was just 7 years old. First of all, Bob told us his story and then we asked him lots of questions.


Inter Faith Week workshop »

Yesterday, Father Jim and some students from LSE came in to school to deliver a workshop for Inter Faith Week to years 5 and 6.

Each of the LSE students came in to school with an object that represented an aspect of their faith and explained why the object was important to them. They then…


Year 6 Poetry »

Today, Year Six took part in the Look North More Often poetry project with Cheryl Moskowitz from the Poetry Society.

A Norwegian Christmas tree has been given annually to the people of London since 1947, as a symbol of peace and friendship, in recognition of British support during World War II.…