On Tuesday 1S performed their class assembly to the infants and their adults. They performed the traditional story ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. The children performed and sang beautifully! Everyone was fantastic! Well done 1S, you are all superstars!
What a magnificent turn up we had from our parents and friends to come see the ‘Around the World’ gallery event, which we held on Tuesday the 21st of November. The work produced by the children in Creativity Week was absolutely stunning and we are so incredibly proud of our
In Week 2 we had our Creativity Week. This year our theme was ‘Around the World’. Each class was presented with a different country and the challenge was to explore art that is symbolic from that country and bring it to life across the curriculum. Our Barnfield artists rose to
This week 1L performed their class assembly. The children have been exploring traditional tales this half term, including Little Red Riding Hood, which was the story they shared in the assembly. The children showed how hard they have been working to learn their lines and songs which they demonstrated wonderfully!
In assembly, on Friday 3rd November, Barnfield celebrated all the fantastic poems which were entered in to our junior poetry competition. The theme was Freedom and every class had a winner. Our winning poets used similes, rhyme, metaphors and alliteration combined with inspiration from lessons during Poetry/Black History week. It
Year 2 developed their History skills through participating in a drama workshop. The children experienced the London of 1666 and ‘became’ the fire as it spread and burned its way through the city. They also met Samuel Pepys, the Baker, King Charles and Mary Porter and discussed ways of rebuilding the city of London after the fire. Year 2
This half term in Year One we are learning about self-portraits. To start off our new Art topic in an exciting way, we took a trip to The National Portrait Gallery to take part in a “What is Portrait?” workshop. We learned what portraits are, how they can be different
Year 5 had a great time exploring exhibits at the British Museum and learning more about the Viking and Anglo Saxons. The children had the opportunity to touch artefacts that are over a thousand years old and work out what they were used for. Everyone felt at the end the
We celebrated our annual Harvest festival with children showcasing their amazing Harvest artwork, songs and poems in assembly. We would like to say a huge “Thank You” for the amazingly generous donations we have received for the Harvest Festival this year! We know that our local community will be incredibly grateful
As part of our Humanities topic we have been learning about our Local Area and have explored how Burnt Oak and London have changed over time. To bring the topic to life, we went on a trip to the Museum of London to take part in an interactive storytelling workshop;