Monthly Archive: October 2015


This term we have introduced learning ambassadors who are a group of pupils carefully select-ed for their excellent evaluation and discussion skills. The ambassadors are selected from years 2 to 6 and represent children from our wide school community. The ambassadors meet regularly to discuss learning in our school from the children’s point of view …

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Homework is set every week on a Thursday or Friday depending on your child’s year group and must be returned to school the following Tuesday. We pride ourselves with the high standards and expectations of the work and learning that our children produce in school and this expectation is the same with the homework. Below …

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Parents Forum

Thank you to all those who attended last weeks forum. Parents heard all about the exciting activities all year groups have planned for Forest School Week and how we plan to explore outdoor learning. Parents met with Patricia; the school chef. The parents had the opportunity to ask questions and learned all about the variety …

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Reading for All

  This term we have invested in lots of beautiful new books for our library and classroom book corners. The books are a rich variety of stories, both fictional and true life from all over the world, telling stories to fire the imagination and develop their skills and vocabulary. We approach teaching reading in many …

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Parent Forum

Our next Parent Forum takes place on Thursday 8th October at 9 a.m. Please come along to find out how the school is moving forward and how you can contribute. The Parent Forums are a valuable way to exchange ideas and play a strong role in the school community. All Welcome!

School Council

The pupils have now elected their school councillors for this school year and they will soon hold their first meeting to decide which charities to support and what improvements can be made around the school. Last year the School Council organised a fundraising event which raised nearly £300 for the Nepal earthquake disaster relief, they …

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Year 5 Visit to The London Planetarium in Greenwich

Our trip to the Planetarium was really fun because on the way we had to climb a big hill, it was exhausting but when we made it we saw a beautiful view. We went into workshops where a man named Colin taught us all about space (which was really interesting). After the work-shops we all …

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A Very Special Guest

This week we were delighted to welcome Councillor Donatus Anyanwu, Mayor of Lambeth to the school. The Mayor came to present the ‘London in Bloom’ Silver Award we achieved this year and to officially open our Edible Garden. He was very impressed with the pupils he met from different years and was interested in the …

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