Monthly Archives: May 2016
Year 5 will be learning about forensic science and visiting a CSI workshop, next week.
The children in reception and nursery enjoyed their time at the most recent stay and play. Children and their parents were able to look at their progress together and talk about what activities they had done whilst at school. We all had lots of fun!
Year 6 have now completed all their SATS tests. They have all worked very hard throughout the year. Well done year 6 – we are very proud of you!
The children enjoyed learning about the first Viking invasion and created longships.
Our children have really enjoyed our latest book ‘The Village that Vanished’ by Ann Grifalconi. It retold the story of the Yao community escaping from the Slavers in East Africa.
The book is beautifully illustrated by Kadir Nelson and we created our own version of some of the images from the book.
Check back to see our artwork…
A big thank you for all the parents and carers who attended the stay and play sessions.
On Thursday year 3 had an ancient Greeks day. The children learnt all about the ancient society such as food, warfare and the Olympics.
Nursery attended the Pram Service at St Edward’s church. We celebrated 30 years of the Pram Service! The children enjoyed activities in church and watching an entertainer.
Reception had a lovely trip to Thorndon Park to find the Gruffalo!