Category Archive: School trips

Year 4 Science Museum visit

“The part of the trip I enjoyed most was playing games on the iPads which were stuck to the walls. On the iPad screens were random objects which we had to build and I chose a shopping trolley. It was great fun.” Sarah Dali Class “I really liked the Space Exhibit because we saw space …

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Wyvil Computing Day

We were delighted to take some of our Year 4 children to a computing day at Wyvil Primary School. Along with other children from different schools within our Oval cluster, they had the opportunity to develop a wide variety of skills and use different programming techniques. The children did problem solving using computer programming, they …

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Year 4 Natural History Museum trip

Year 4 went to The Natural History Museum to support their Geography topic, Living in a Freezer. We explored the museum in search of animals who live in Antarctica, such as polar bears, penguins and whales. We also got a chance to look at the habitats of animals, which linked to our Science topic, Living things …

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Westminster Abbey visit for Year 3

Year 3 visited Westminster Abbey as part of their RE topic on Christianity. They learnt all about the historical significance of this amazing building and the symbolism used in Christianity.

Year 4 Trip to The Horniman Museum

Year 4 had a fantastic trip to the Horniman Museum to learn more about the Stone Age. The children were able to hold artefacts and piece them together to learn more about how people lived in the Stone Age. They had to use their archaeologist skills, learnt in their lesson, to find out what each …

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Year 5 Trip to Greenwich

Year 5 visited the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, where we looked at the interactive displays in the Astronomy Galleries and saw a show in the Planetarium. We learnt about the planets in our solar system, about the different stars in the Milky Way, and even learnt about the different galaxies that have been discovered in the …

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Cricket at the Oval (and a very special guest!)

At the end of last term some of our Year 4 and 5 children had the opportunity to take part in an inter-schools cricket tournament in partnership with the Kia Oval. The children, Miss Eckford and Miss Burns were delighted to meet special guests for the day HRH Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, who met …

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Year 4 Residential Trip

Year 4 had a fantastic trip to Downes Activity Centre in Surrey last week. They worked together to make dens and meals for the group; they tried climbing, zip wires and pedal go-carts. The children challenged themselves and encouraged each other and had fantastic adventure they will never forget.   See what the children had …

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Lambeth Music Festival

Last week pupils from Year 2 and Year 4 performed at the prestigious Royal Festival Hall as part of this year’s Lambeth Music Festival. The children had been working really hard to learn all the songs for the show and performing to such a large audience in such an impressive venue shows the confidence of …

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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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