The following advice for parents / guardians has been received from the Department for Education:- you should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your child catching the
Dear parents, Next Friday 6th of March we will be celebrating World Book Day. As usual, we invite every child to come dressed as a character from their favourite book. In addition, we would
It was Hot Chocolate Friday again this week. I had a lot of fun spending the afternoon talking to wonderful children who continually make good choices and epitomise our school values. Well done all. Keep it up you are great role
As part of our ‘Safer Internet Day’, the children were treated to the ultimate internet safety show. The show followed the characters Milly & Philip as they learnt how to stay safe online.
On Thursday 13th February year 4 travelled to the Museum of London. This visit was planned to deepen their knowledge and understanding of their history topic – The Romans. Did you know that the
Dear Parents & Carers Happy Valentine’s Day! I hope you enjoy spending time with your loved ones. We have passed the shortest day of the year and despite the recent storms I’ve noticed bulbs coming up in the
Shania from Seal class Shania has written a diary entry as if she was alive during the Great Fire of London. Dear Diary First I used a water bucket. Then I pulled down houses with fire hooks.
In November I was approached by Fatima in Seal class. She told me she really wanted to write to Prince Harry and Meghan. She had started to draft letters at home and could I help her to write to them.
On Wednesday, Meera our speech and language therapist delivered a coffee morning about Zones of Regulation. This is an approach that we use to help children to understand and recognise their emotions and
On Thursday we invited all children to wear an item of school uniform turned inside out. This mental health awareness initiative, taught children that sometimes people may look okay on the outside but they may not feel