Blue Peter’s Helen Skelton visits Henry Fawcett

Last week the ‘Eat Like a Champ’ team and Helen Skelton from BBC’s Blue Peter came into school to talk to Year 5 about healthy eating. Here’s what happened: ‘We tasted lots of healthy fruit and vegetables that we hadn’t tried before such as apricots, celery and cherry tomatoes. Often we didn’t like the taste …

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We love reading!

We love to read at Henry Fawcett and want to inspire children to read as much at home as we do at school. Not only do we encourage children to delve into the enchanting book corner in each of our classrooms, our brand new library is open for children to use during playtimes and we …

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Christmas Carols and Winter Wonderland

The children had a fantastic Christmas in December 2016. We were treated to a wonderful Christmas Carol Concert and the children met Father Christmas, made gifts to bring home and there was face painting galore!! A big thank you to our school chef Pat and her team from Accent Catering for the delicious Christmas Dinner! …

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Early Years Nativity Play 2016

The week before Christmas the Early Years children shared with us their wonderful Nativity Play, which was watched and loved by us all. We were really impressed how professional they were. We were very pleased that so many parents were able to join us.               

School Trips Update

We have had lots of exciting trips already this term to compliment the learning that takes place in the children’s classrooms and to spark their imaginations with new experiences. During half term some of our children had the opportunity to watch ‘Celebrations’ performed by the amazing London Russian Ballet School. This is what they thought …

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New School Ambassadors announced

We are very proud to introduce this year’s School Ambassadors. Ambassadors are selected from Year 2 upwards and go through a rigorous recruitment process which prepares them well for their life beyond school. The Ambassadors are models of good behaviour at playtime, keep the library tidy for everyone to use and help with other duties …

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Imperial War Museum visit

Review by Joseph and Ahmed from Year 6 – On Thursday 3rd November year 6 went on a fun-packed adventure to the Imperial War Museum. It was an incredible experience for all of year six. The reason we went was because we are studying World War 2 in school and November is remembrance month when …

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OPEN DAYS FOR EYFS

Looking for a Reception place for your child in September 2017? Come along and see our fabulous Reception Classes and meet the team.  

Reception Class Teddy Bears Picnic

Our new Reception children had a lovely afternoon at Kennington Park for their Teddy Bear’s Picnic. The children sat in a circle and read Goldilocks and the three bears whilst eating biscuits. After that, each child shared what they love about their special teddies.  

Year 6 Blitz Walk

To learn more about The Blitz and World War II, Year 6 spent a day discovering how the war had impacted on our local community. Children were shocked to hear how many bombs had landed around our school and of the tragic loss of life that tore so many families apart. From Kennington Park they …

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