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Parents - please come along to the Parent Community meeting on Tuesday 14th November from 3.30pm in the 6R classroom. The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss key dates for this term and to allocate roles and responsibilities for the Table Top sale, Festive Fair and Winter Disco.
Good news! We still have a few places left in some of our exciting After School Activities. If you didn't have chance to sign your child up for Choir, Girls' Football, Afro-beat Caribbean Dance, Netball, Gymnastics or Whizz Theatre - now's your chance! Details of the activities and how to sign up at this link
Year 5 parents and carers please join us for a meeting at 3.30pm to discuss final arrangements for the Wick Court Farm trip.
Information about the Year 6 residential trip in July 2019.
In Year 1 we have been learning all about Roald Dahl to celebrate his special day! We have been reading James and the giant peach, The Twits and Matilda. We took part in a class competition to draw the best book covers and here are our winners! Reading is so important to our learning and it's so lovely to see such enthusiastic children, particularly when it comes to reading Charlie and the chocolate factory.
This week in the Middle Phase, pupils have been continuing to learn about their topics in a range of areas across the curriculum.
Year 2 have been busy in science learning about appropriate materials for London landmarks, using lots of amazing scientific vocabulary.
Year 4 spent the afternoon exploring clay relief. They experimented with rolling, cutting, scoring and joining techniques to create patterns and texture. Everyone showed great resilience during the lesson.
Last week in upper phase was very exciting as we welcomed the new year 5 and the new year 6 children. The week got off to a great start with the Police Cadets coming in on Monday to give our phase a little snippet in to what they could expect if they joined up!
On Wednesday we had our introduction meetings to Y5 and Y6 and it was great to see so many adults - thank you so much for coming.
Thursday was a very exciting day as it was the launch of our new year 6 House Captains. The candidates had to stand up in front of the WHOLE school and deliver a speech, explaining why people should vote for them. The vote was held on Friday, so tune in next week to find out the results!!