Year 4 entertained us all this week with their version of the much-loved musical, Mary Poppins. With fantastic singing, acting and costumes we were transported to a land where anything can happen! It felt like a real West End performance and was “Practically perfect, just like Mary Poppins!” Well done Year 4 for being supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!
We recently enjoyed a visit from Global Grooves, an African music and arts group. The day began with a performance to the whole school during Assembly and was then followed by workshops for children in Lower School. These workshops were initially set up as part of the Year 2 Geography topic of Kenya but children […]
On Friday 12th January Miss Lydia’s class went to Richmond Park for their Forest School session. They went on a winter walk through the woods and looked for signs of winter. They talked about how the trees and leaves had changed since their last walk in autumn. It was such a wonderful morning, walking through […]
We wish you all a happy and peaceful Christmas break and thank you for your continued support of the school. We look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Monday 8th January 2018.
Thanks you to Year 2 for The Bee Musical – a high-calibre production which was not only entertaining but educational!
Year 1 recently spent the morning on Wimbledon Common carrying out some Forest School activities. They had great fun exploring the environment, including jumping in puddles, which the children happily took to the extreme! Having learnt about the artwork and sculptures of Andy Goldsworthy, they then went on a hunt to find interesting leaves and twigs to […]