Christmas Jumper Day Friday 4th December

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The Roche School will be taking part in this year’s Christmas Jumper Day for Medecins Sans Frontieres on Friday 4th December. All pupils and teachers are invited to wear a Christmas jumper and make a £1 donation to help support the

150 Shoe boxes ready for delivery

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Thank you to all the parents, teachers and assistants who filled a shoe box for our chosen charity, Link to Hope. I am delighted to announce that we collected 135 boxes that can be sent to the elderly and families

Year 2 Visit The Egyptians at The British Museum


Mrs Theresa’s class would like to tell you about their recent trip to The British Museum ….. One sunny Monday morning the Year 2s went to the British Museum to look at Egyptians artefacts. We were all excited and a

Victory for Under 10’s Netball team

Netball victory under 10's

On Saturday 14th of November our Year 5 girls played in a netball tournament run by Thomas’s Clapham. This tournament has been running since 1995. There are over fifteen different schools that enter this annual event, competing for the overall

Watch out ….There’s a Gruffalo about …


Reception went to Wandsworth Town Library on Wednesday 18th November for a Gruffalo Workshop. First the story was read to them, then they coloured and cut out characters from the story and made them into stick puppets and masks and


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On Tuesday 17th November a team of Year 5 pupils attended a robotics day at a local primary school. The day involved building a robot using K’nex and then modifying it for different tasks. The first task was to knock

Anti Bullying Week 16th – 20th November


The theme this year is ‘Make a Noise About Bullying’, which will focus on speaking up about unkind behaviour and the avenues of help which children have – we want them to know that bullying is unacceptable and that children



Year 4 were lucky enough to have a session on cat-like movements from Lucilla in PE this week. They thought about stretching and extending and then making quick, sudden movements.  They were particularly good at sitting  and preening themselves on

Movie Night


Thank you to all the parents, staff and children who helped make Movie Night such a huge success.  On Saturday 16th October, more than 100 children came to school in their pyjamas and had supper in the school hall to watch

Tasty Maths time!


Year 4 have been doing measurements this week and some of the children  baked their own cakes at home and brought them in to school, where they  then worked on fractions and sharing. Miss Polly’s class  were  able to come