This term our Year One children are learning all about Florence Nightingale and the impact that she had on nursing and hospitals in the 1800s. As part of our learning, the children were visited by Florence and learned all about her life and her job. The children explored what it might
Today we were really lucky to have some special visitors in assembly. Elizabeth and her dog Bruno came to talk to us about our school charity this year which is a Guide Dogs for the Blind. Elizabeth volunteers for the charity and told us about the special training that Bruno
Our children have been taking part in some really exciting reading competitions. Our first reading competition was on being ‘Caught Reading’. There was only one rule: children had to be captured reading in an unusual place. We had an amazing response from children and adults in the school. Everyone was
As part of Year One’s Science topic about animals, they received lots of visitors today! Our children had the opportunity to learn about and interact with a range of animals including a chinchilla, bearded dragon, corn snake, millipede, cockroach, leaf insect and tree frog! The children loved finding out lots
The Barnfield choir, led by Miss Halil and Miss Coussins, sang in our local church on Monday 18th December. St Alphage’s church on Montrose Avenue kindly opened their doors to let us sing a range of Christmas songs and hymns and the choir sang absolutely beautifully on the night. Father
This half term Year Two have been learning about the Wright Brothers in Humanities. On Friday 15th December, Year 2 went on a trip to the RAF Museum. The children took part in a Fantastic Flight Workshop and got to build their very own aeroplanes.
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. You were
We were so proud of our Nursery and Reception children who performed their Nativity to parents and friends on Wednesday 6th of December. The children did such a magical performance and sang so well; they shone brighter than the star they followed to Bethlehem, bringing a smile to everyone’s face.
On Friday 1st December 5G performed their class assembly to the juniors and their adults. They performed a range of classic and humorous Christmas poems brilliantly as well as singing beautifully! Everyone was fantastic at learning so many lines and working as a team! Well done 5G, we are all
Over the past half term Year One have continued to learn about the local area. This week we focused on the types of jobs people do in Burnt Oak and how they help others in the local community. We visited a pharmacy, bank, baker, post office and train station. The