Monthly Archive: May 2015

Multilingual Reading Café: Session 3 w/c 11th May

In the Multilingual café this week! Our Somali children had a great time reading ‘Walking through the Jungle’ by Debbie Harter with one of our Somali parents.

Sell your old bikes

A pop-up bike market is being held at the school on Tuesday 2nd June. If you have a bike that you want to sell just bring it to the school between 8am-9:30am. A mechanic will check it over and contact you with a suggested price. BUY SECOND-HAND CHILDRENS’ AND ADULTS’ BIKES The market opens from …

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London Aquarium Visit

The reception classes enjoyed a rewarding trip to the London aquarium. They experienced an educational aquatic display where they learnt about the importance of recycling and fun facts about deep sea creatures. The children were also very lucky to feed the Rays, and even paid a trip to the arctic to visit Elsa the penguin. …

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Excite and Write

On the Friday before half term you may have heard your child talking about the ‘Easter Egg Robber’, this sparked a lot of discussion and excitement which led to each class writing about the event. The children wrote for a sustained period of time and produced fantastic pieces of work. Each year group focused on …

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