Monthly Archive: December 2018

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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Year 3 Matisse Assembly

The assembly that Matisse did on the Egyptians was fantastic; they wowed us with how many facts they knew about the period and their culture. We were amazed by Year 3’s costumes, they looked incredibly realistic. The way they presented was very well rehearsed and the whole assembly grabbed everyone’s attention! – Aisha and Duha

Henry Fawcett’s Children Centre

Lambeth Council are consulting residents on significant changes to the borough’s Children’s Centres. Our wonderful Centre is the busiest in the borough and offers a wide range of activities and advice for children and parents, and provides vital support to families in the local area. Please follow the link below to complete the consultation to support our …

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