We’d like to update you about how we’ve been dealing with the implications of the Coronavirus outbreak in the UK
We held a great anti-idling event last week. We were joined by Natalie Curd from Lewisham local authority. Natalie ran
In our outdoor area amongst some wet leaves we found some seeds. Freddie sequenced the seeds to show the class
This half-term we’ve been exploring materials- naming them, identifying their properties and then sorting them by their properties.
In Y5 we have been investigating the changing states of water.
This afternoon Y2 had a Skype chat with an astronomer from the royal observatory in Greenwich. Y2 had some really
Last week Y1A enjoyed a brilliant trip to the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill to compliment our work on ‘The
What a fantastic day for a trip to Kew Gardens! We had such a great time visiting the Princess of
We’ve been continuing our topic of ‘Health and Growth’ by sorting different foods into food groups, constructing a food pyramid
Thanks to the parents that came to our family Science challenge tonight. This year’s challenge was to build the largest
After reinacting The Three Little Pigs, we’ve been exploring lots of materials. Today we named materials, played a ‘guess my
We have been learning about different food groups and trying different fruit today, making our own snack kebabs. The bonus
Whilst the children boogie at the disco, Josie is babysitting the ducklings!
Rehana helped explain all about Ramadan to the children today. She said that Ramadan is a little like recharging your
While learning about famous polar explorers, we’ve been wondering how penguins survive. We discussed different scientific skills Scott may have
Today in science, Year 6 investigated which birds beak shapes were best adapted and suited to certain ‘food groups’ and
The children had a great night’s sleep. They are all packed and ready to go back home after lunch. See