We hope your children have enjoyed the range of after school clubs the school have provided this term. Most after School Clubs will finish the penultimate week of term. The final clubs of the year are as follows: Art club finished on the Tuesday 25th
Next week we will be holding 3 sports days. Like last year these will be held in Southwark Park and all start at 9:30 am. Please make sure your children have the appropriate coloured t-shirt and trainers or plimsolls to wear (ask the class teacher
Our careers and enterprise month started off with such excitement this week. The children met a transplant team, a CEO, and a town planner! Our children “operated” on their teachers, they helped monitor their
Over the past term we have been privileged to have Georgia Hayes, a teacher from Time & Talents teaching our after school art club. This culminated in an exhibition of the children’s work on Tuesday 25th June after school.
On Monday 17th June a group children visited Southwark Park as part of Southwark’s 150th celebration of the park opening: Each of these children had a piece of work or artwork selected and published in a beautiful
14 year 6 children who took part in the team up programme (a math support programme) were invited to London Metropolitan University to get a taste of student life. They had a campus tour, met a range of
Year 4 children completed the pilot multiplication check this week. This assesses the children’s recall of multiplication facts at speed. We will be providing feedback regarding the check to the Department for Education.
On Tuesday 18th we held a workshop for parents of children due to join us in nursery in September 2019. This is an exciting stage in any child’s life as the continue on their journey to independence. Parents were given the opportunity to hear
Magic breakfast is a charity that aims to prevent hunger from being a barrier to children’s learning. RPS is currently lucky enough to be part of this project and are receiving free bagels from the National School Breakfast Programme.
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