A very warm welcome to all our new Reception children who have started school this term. We are very proud seeing you settling in to the routines of school so well. It didn’t take long for you to make yourselves at home! We would also like to thank all parents for the support we receive from […]
If you’ve been following our Year 3 blog, you will remember we planted cress, pumpkins, tomatoes and beans, half put in a cupboard and half on the window sill. We watered them all regularly and, well, look at the photo for results! Our window plants are thriving, juicy from water, well fed, with large open […]
Today, Years 4 and 5 visited the Year 3 classroom for International Week. They tried to combine Japanese origami with the Bajan culture of carnival, flying wish, rhythm and movement by making paper flickers/spinners out of the Barbadian Flag. Here is the link to the Festival Flying Fish Flicker showing what should happen if […]
With a lot of baking soda, a load of washing-up liquid and a gallon of vinegar (with just a smidgen of food colouring), Year 3 succeeded in creating a volcanic eruption as tremendous as Mount Vesuvius. Well, almost… We had an intrepid morning, out in the hot sun, working and observing as a team. We […]
Homework: ‘God’s peace is always for us, no matter what uncomfortable situations we’re facing.’ How can the above words of wisdom help us to be good examples and avoid bad influences? Answer in paragraphs and with correct grammar (especially capital letters and full-stops) the best will be read out in church next Friday. -Also, revise […]
With our volcanoes fully painted with prehistoric flair, the class sat back and proudly admired our achievement. Harnessing the power of nature, we have designed and crafted our molten monoliths, ready to simmer and boil with lava-hot goodness.
WHERE DOES OUR FOOD COME FROM? We visited SURREY DOCKS FARM to find out where our food comes from. It was a fabulous trip as we learnt more on how our food gets to the shops. We linked it to our Science topic on plants and History topic on how has food changed over time? […]
Can plants grow in water without soil? Year 2 children carried out Science experiment to find out if plants can grow in water without soil. Here’s our findings: