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Cross Country Club

Despite the cold, wet weather, we still had many eager runners at our Cross Country Club on Friday. Pupils took part in a range of warm up exercises and team games before the real running began. The club offers great way for the children to keep fit and further develop…

Children in Need 2018

In support of Children in Need, all pupils came into class covered in spots! We had dotty tops, Pudsy Bear ears, and some great face paint! The charity raises money for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK, so all your donations are going to a great cause, thank you!

Lower Kindergarten’s Music Filled Performance

Lower Kindergarten had an exciting morning  today performing to an audience  in the hall. They enjoyed showing their parents what they have been doing in music this term with the help of their furry friend ‘Rat-a-tat’. Songs included ‘Incy Wincy Spider’, ‘Baa Baa Black Sheep’ and ‘Twinkle,Twinkle Little Star’. All…

Fun at Football Club

Football Club was in full swing yesterday afternoon. Our keen young footballers started the session with some warm up exercises before working on their passing, dribbling and tackling skills. Everyone then took part in a competitive match. Keep up the good work!

2C Town Planners

2C have been measuring in centimetres in a recent lesson. They used their skills to design and build their own ‘town’ out of blocks. Pupils measured the heights and the widths of their buildings and recorded the measurements on their plans, they could then work out the difference between the…

‘Values’ Assembly

On Monday 5 November, Mrs Belej took an assembly based on ‘Respect’, one of the school’s values. The KS2 pupils assisted Mrs Belej to explain what respect is and how we should show respect towards our friends, our families and teachers, and everyone in the world. For the first time,…

Where the Wild Things Are!

Children in Year 1 have been enjoying reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ by Maurice Sendak. The children had lots of fun playing the characters of the ‘Wild Things’ by creating their own ‘Wild Rumpus’ on the field by stomping around and being very scary. They even created their own…

A Day of Remembrance

Last week pupils from Reception to Year 6 worked on a wonderful project in aid of Remembrance Day. Each child were given the opportunity to make a poppy in remembrance of all the men and women of their armed forced who have died in the line of duty in World…

Newsletter November 2018

Read our November Newsletter, full of information and photos on the ISA London North Art Competition, the Oak-Tree Football and Netball Tournament, Year 1’s Trip to Stansted Mountfitchet Castle and much more…

Noisy Fun in Mad Science

In Mad Science, children were given the opportunity to make their own harmonicas, which was great fun. Using the harmonicas, they tested the fact that the sounds we hear every day are actually soundwaves travelling through air, much like how an ocean wave is generated by the vibration of the…