Children in our School Choir and Ukulele Group performed at St Alphage Church on the 19th December. Their performance was very professional and made all their family, teachers and friends very proud. We look forward to hearing their beautiful voices in the new year.
This week, junior children took part in their end of year production. They told us the story of ‘Snow White’; a traditional story often read or watched at Christmas time. Children who took part did an amazing job performing, acting and singing; alongside all the other juniors throughout the school. Thank
We were so excited to have our favourite Librarian Jayne Jenkins come to visit us in the Nursery. Our children and their families had a wonderful time joining in with songs and stories. Jayne reminded us how important enjoying books together is, looking at the illustrations, talking about what is
Today our Infant children all wowed us with their Nativity performance. Year 2 children were so confident saying their lines and singing their songs. Year 1 children also sang their class song beautifully. Thank you to all staff for your hard work in putting together such an amazing show.
We were so proud of our Nursery and Reception children who performed their Nativity to parents and friends on Tuesday 6th of December. The children did such a magical performance; they shone brighter than the star they followed to Bethlehem, bringing a smile to everyone’s face. Watch out the west
Wednesday 21st December at 2pm – LAST Day of Term Tuesday 3th January – School Closed – INSET Day Wednesday 4th January – Children Return to School – 8:55am
Yesterday 2C performed their class assembly telling us about The Great Fire of London. The children performed brilliantly; speaking with such confidence and joining in beautiful singing. Well done to all children and staff in 2C!
We held our second gallery event showcasing children’s work from Creativity Week. The gallery took us on a journey from Vincent van Gogh’s bedroom created by Reception to his Starry Night in year 4, then year 2 took us on a trip to the lily pond that inspired Claude Monet’s
The theme for Anti-Bullying Week this year is ‘Power for Good’. The children have created their own Anti-Bullying poems. Here are a few examples of their completed poems.
For Creativity Week, Year 1 children were inspired by the painting ‘Bathers at La Grenouillère’ by Claude Monet. Monet’s painting depicts boats moored along the Seine River with bathers enjoying themselves. Year 1 went on a trip to the London Thames to see what life is like along the river. They