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
Paralympic athlete Clare Cunningham came to do a fitness circuit with the whole of primary. After the fitness track, the students had an inspirational assembly and a Q&A session with Clare.
Year 3 attended a workshop at the Science Museum to further understand what was taught in their science lessons about forces and magnets. The trip was very successful and girls really enjoyed it and they
Year 1 visited West Ham Park to enhance their learning on plants in science. They took a look at various plants around the park. They learnt the names of different parts of a plant and
Year 6 visited St. Paul's' Cathedral to learn about Christianity as part of their R.E lessons. The students had the opportunity to visit St Paul’s with its world famous dome and uncover fascinating stories about
The pupils in primary took part in a Creative Writing competition called ‘Crazy Creatures’, which was the perfect way to inspire children to get creative. It was an opportunity to get pupil’s imaginations running wild
Article by Ammarah Pandor, Kick It Out Young Ambassador Recently I attended Quwwat-Ul-Islam, a Muslim Girls’ School in London, alongside Hayley Bennett, our Education Officer. What motivated me to get involved in this event was