Reception Visit Allotments

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Miss Lydia’s Reception class have just been  to Miss Alys’ allotment to release the froglets that  had been in the classroom since they were tiny tadpoles. Miss Alys had kindly brought the tadpoles to the children from her pond, earlier

Stone Age Retreat – Year 3

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On the 11th-12th May Year 3 went on a Stone Age residential to Shropshire.  The children immersed themselves in woodland life and spent a night under canvas.  They learnt how to build Mesolithic shelters using fallen branches and foliage.  They

Ditch The Stabilisers

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On Thursday 12th May , we held our first Ditch The Stabilisers Session, where children from the Lower School were given training in how to make the move from stabilisers to independent cycling. The event was managed  by the cycling

Recycling inspires Kenyan artwork

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In response to our class discussion about how we can improve our recycling efforts, we came up with having an Art lesson using recycled materials.  The question was initiated by the School Council, which asked everyone around the school to

Charity Fun Run

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Last Friday the whole school took part in a 6 hour charitable run, starting at 9 am and continuing through the day until 3 pm. This was in aid of our school charity,  “Doctors without Borders”. There was a small group

Tanya Landman shares creative writing ideas

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Last week, a group of children from Year 4  went  to Cranleigh to meet the author Tanya Landman to do a Creative Writing workshop. She was very funny and kept the children amused with tales of her Vietnamese Pot bellied

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Summer Fete, Saturday 11th June 11 am.

Nursery Sports Day, Barn Elms, 10th June 1.15 pm.

Long Jump Years 3-6 , 1pm @ Barn Elms, 10th June

Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations 27th May

On Friday the 27th May we will be celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday and looking at her role within the Commonwealth. As part of these celebrations we will be having a street party lunch in the playground, running a Design a Crown competition and watching the teachers do some Maypole Dancing. Each class will represent a different country from within the Commonwealth and spend the day learning about that country. Perform Drama Company will be running workshops for all classes from Reception to Year 2. They will be using a variety of drama techniques to look back through the Queen’s life and to help the children recreate some of her most iconic moments. Throughout the day, every class will also have the opportunity to learn some Maypole Dancing. Design a Crown competition We will be running a Design a Crown competition with the parade taking place during the ‘street party’. The crowns can be as inventive and imaginative as you like! You may wish to have a theme such as red, white and blue or base the crown on a country from within the commonwealth. Prizes will be awarded for the best efforts. Fancy dress We would like everyone to dress up for the celebration. Outfits could be red, white and blue or reflect one of the countries from within the Commonwealth. Again, please keep it as simple as you wish or go to town! Year 3 – 6 need to make sure that they bring their Games kit to change into for their lessons in the afternoon. Please send children with their normal packed lunches. We will eat together as a school, during our ‘street party.’ We are hoping for sun! We look forward to a fun-packed day.

Mufti Day for Summer Fete 27th May