Unfortunately, we hear all too often of the devastating impact that knife crime has on families. On Tuesday 11th June, year 6 children participated in a workshop aimed at educating and preventing knife crime. The workshop (funded by the
On Tuesday 11th June Kellie Ansell delivered a workshop to parents of children starting Reception in September 2019. We were very pleased to see so many parents at the workshop, keen and ready to find out how they can
This week teachers have carried out the phonics screening check with all year 1 children and those year 2 children who are required to retake the test. The children’s behaviour was exemplary during the check. The children’s well-being was
Next week year 4 children will be taking part in the DFEs launch of a year 4 pilot multiplication check. This check will become compulsory for all primary schools from next year. The children complete the check on a computer.
The children were treated to a special assembly on Thursday as they performed a variety of musical pieces in their very own ukulele concert. The children were marvellous and concentrated hard on their presentation. A special mention must be
Jo Alcide-Edwards (Family Support Practitioner) held an open coffee morning on Thursday 6th June. She was available to meet with parents between 9 till 12, to answer questions about referrals to the Early help
The London Fire Brigade led fire safety workshops for Year 2 on Thursday 6th June 2019. They learned lots of things related to the most common causes of fires and how to prevent fires from starting. Did you know that mobile phones left plugged in
Discovery Centre, Stratford On Tuesday 4th June the Reception classes ventured down to the Discovery Centre. The children enjoyed taking the train and helped navigate the journey as they looked at train maps.
The school celebrated Eid on Thursday by holding a fantastic Eid fair. The children had a lot of fun making a variety of tasty treats and craft goodies to sell after school. Christiana in year 4 reports that the henna was her favourite part of the
To mark the 75th anniversary of the D Day landings in Normandy, year 6 children did a short presentation in assembly about this historic event. The D Day assault was the largest ‘amphibious’ battle (sea on to land) that has ever taken place in the