Year 4 went to Better extreme for PE. They had an opportunity to master basic movements including running, jumping, dodgeball, as well as developing balance, agility and co-ordination in a new environment specifically made for
Year 6 went to the Tower of London as part of their History lesson. The students had an opportunity to learn about periods in history and discuss the impact and causes of historical changes in
During RE Year 3 studied Hinduism and India. They learnt about the different gods, places of worship and celebrations. Ms Choudary organised a Indian themed Party in which girls dressed up in Indian attire. They also presented what
Year 5 visited ‘Ripley’s Believe It or Not!’ It was a fantastic opportunity for the pupils to engage with quirky artworks and scrapheap sculptures, discover medieval mysteries and explore curious cultures, whilst immersing themselves in
We also had a science fair where children were given the opportunity to conduct and showcase some of the practicals they had been doing in class.
As part of our science week, we had a science assembly where a scientist was invited to demonstrate some of the amazing…
In literacy year 4 have been looking at play scripts. They were specifically looking at the story of Rumpelstiltskin and the theme of justice. The children wrote and acted out the courtroom scene in groups
Year 2 learnt about China. Ms Ali organised a Chinese themed Party. Students had the opportunity to taste Chinese food, played games and dressed in Chinese attire.
This visit encouraged children to enhance their fine motor skills, imagination, observation, cooperation and turn-taking. They were able to use a range of small and large equipment, handle objects safely and with increasing control. There
Students were encouraged to dress up as a character from a book of their choice. They can also bring their favourite book to school and educate each other on their choice of character. We raised