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Victorian Toys
Victorian Toys
Posted by jason on 19/12/14 at 12:57 PM
This week year 6 have designed and constructed their very own toys.  The class researched the types of toys available during the Victorian period and had a go at creating their own.  We wouldn’t be surprised if Santa wanted to…

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Year 2L Christmas Banquet
Year 2L Christmas Banquet
Posted by Mr Lacy on 18/12/14 at 04:14 PM
Year 2L celebrated Christmas this year with an old fashioned banquet. They sat down all together, and shared the food, making sure that everyone had what they wanted.

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Scratch club
Scratch club
Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 18/12/14 at 12:11 PM
This half term some children from Years 4, 5 and 6 have been learning how to program a script using Scratch.  They created projects in a downloaded version of Scratch and programmed scripts to sing, move, disappear, pixelate, and…

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Year 1 Nativity Retells the Story of the Birth of Jesus the Baby King
Year 1 Nativity Retells the Story of the Birth of Jesus the Baby King
Posted by jason on 18/12/14 at 11:22 AM
There was hardly a dry eye in St Paul’s Church yesterday when Year 1 led the Christmas assembly with a moving retelling of the story of Jesus’s birth.  The Bossy King described how one of the Three Wise Kings came…

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Foundation Stage Christmas Party 2014
Foundation Stage Christmas Party 2014
Posted by jason on 18/12/14 at 09:27 AM
We have enjoyed celebrating Christmas in Reception.
We have made beautiful Christmas Candles and festive Christmas Pudding Hats.
On Wednesday 17th December we had a fun Christmas party in the hall, where we shared food and drink with…

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Class 4’s Christmas Party Tuesday 16th December
Class 4’s Christmas Party Tuesday 16th December
Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 16/12/14 at 04:22 PM
Class 4 have had a very enjoyable Christmas Party. Thank you parents for providing the food and drink it was enjoyed by all children. Class 4 were also lucky to win the Christmas school quiz so won a lovely Christmas…

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Nursery Tell a Story More than 2000 Years Old
Nursery Tell a Story More than 2000 Years Old
Posted by Mr Wright on 16/12/14 at 12:06 PM
This morning Nursery shared the Nativity story with us in the Chapel.  It was wonderful to see our youngest children bring the story of Jesus’ birth to life through songs, narration and action.  For more pictures, please see the

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Christmas Hats
Christmas Hats
Posted by Mr Lacy on 16/12/14 at 08:03 AM
We had great fun making Christmas Hats. We wore them at the School Christmas Dinner and we will keep them for our Party.

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PFA Christmas Fair
PFA Christmas Fair
Posted by Mr Wright on 15/12/14 at 10:14 AM
On Friday Father Christmas fulfilled his booking for the PFA Christmas Fair.  Once again we had a very successful afternoon with stalls throughout the church.  It was great to see so many pupils, parents and staff coming together to celebrate…

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Choir Sing at the Parents’ Prayer Group
Choir Sing at the Parents’ Prayer Group
Posted by Mr Wright on 15/12/14 at 10:06 AM
Last Tuesday the choir joined the parents’ prayer group to sing their festive songs and carols.  Between the songs, parents shared the Christmas story with the children, reading different sections of the Bible.  The prayer group meets every Tuesday after…

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School Choir Sing to Residents of Lambert Lodge
School Choir Sing to Residents of Lambert Lodge
Posted by Mr Wright on 15/12/14 at 10:01 AM
On Monday 8th December, the school choir visited the residents of Lambert Lodge.  They sang a series of festive songs and carols to the residents, bringing plenty of Christmas sparkle with them.  It was a lovely afternoon for us all…

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Class 3 Peace Display
Class 3 Peace Display
Posted by Mrs Little on 10/12/14 at 04:09 PM
In our assemblies this term we have been thinking about Peace.  This involved thinking about how the Bible teaches us to be peaceful; how we can be peaceful in and out of school; what peace means to each of us…

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Year 5 Victorian School Day
Year 5 Victorian School Day
Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
Year 5 learnt about what a Victorian child’s school day would have been like.  They dressed up in Victorian dress.  Some children dressed up as paupers and others as rich children.  Their class teacher dressed up as a Victorian…

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Reception W Autumn Walk
Reception W Autumn Walk
Posted by jason on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
Reception W enjoyed learning about the autumn changes as they explored St Paul’s park. They looked at the different shapes, sizes and autumnal colours of the leaves on the trees.

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Year 6 Investigate Seed Germination
Year 6 Investigate Seed Germination
Posted by jason on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
This week, as part of the Science Topic Life Cycles Year 6 has been investigating the conditions needed for seeds to germinate.  We made it a fair test by using the same amount and type of seeds and the…

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Class 4 Visit from Revd Simpson- St Paul’s Church Vicar
Class 4 Visit from Revd Simpson- St Paul’s Church Vicar
Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
Class 4 had a visit from Revd Simpson to discuss with them the reason behind using candles in the Christian religion.  The children enjoyed this session and now lead the weekly Church assembly lighting the Church candle.

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Year 3/4 125 Brentford Football Tournament
Year 3/4 125 Brentford Football Tournament
Posted by Miss James on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
Children from year 3 and 4 participated in the 125th anniversary tournament for Brentford Football club at Goals Osterley.

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Year 1 and 2 Trip to Windsor Castle
Year 1 and 2 Trip to Windsor Castle
Posted by Mr Lacy on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
On Thursday 20th November Year 1 and 2 had a wonderful day out in Windsor. Not only did they see the Guards marching out of the Castle on Parade, but they were able to walk around the very rooms…

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Reception S Sewing Elmer
Reception S Sewing Elmer
Posted by jason on 10/12/14 at 04:08 PM
In Reception S we have been learning about colours. We read the story Elmer. The children all had a go at sewing a felt patch with Mrs Coles. We then put all the patches together to make a large collaborative…

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Chess Club Resumes
Chess Club Resumes
Posted by Mr Wright on 09/12/14 at 05:19 PM
Mr Pringle, one of our parent governors, has resumed the lunchtime chess club for junior children.  Each Friday the children learn more about the game and have a chance to do battle over the chess board!

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Meet the Police
Meet the Police
Posted by Mr Wright on 09/12/14 at 05:12 PM
This morning we were joined in assembly by PCs Weston and Beale, the Hounslow Schools’ officers.  They came to tell us about what they do in their job and to share ways that we can keep ourselves safe.  They also…

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Victorian School Day
Victorian School Day
Posted by jason on 08/12/14 at 02:19 PM
Last Thursday, the year 5 and 6 classes experienced what life was like in a Victorian school room.  The pupils and staff came to school in Victorian costumes and enacted a Victorian school day.  Lessons consisted of the four Rs…

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Deck the Hall!
Deck the Hall!
Posted by Mr Wright on 08/12/14 at 09:54 AM
With the start of advent, we have decorated the school hall using popular carols as our inspiration.  Each class has produced a panel for the display in the hall.  The display helps us to reflect upon the significance of Christmas.

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Years 3 and 4 visit to the British Museum
Years 3 and 4 visit to the British Museum
Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 03/12/14 at 04:04 PM
On Tuesday 8th November classes 3 and 4 went to visit the British Museum to support the work they had studied on Ancient Egypt.
All staff and children had a wonderful day.
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Years 3 and 4 Tag Rugby Day
Years 3 and 4 Tag Rugby Day
Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 03/12/14 at 02:40 PM
This morning a group of children from Years 3 and 4 visited the Harlequins Rugby club in Twickenham to take part in an inter-schools Tag rugby event.  The children worked really well together and had a great morning.

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Years 5 and 6’s Victorian Child Workshop
Years 5 and 6’s Victorian Child Workshop
Posted by jason on 02/12/14 at 03:43 PM
On Tuesday 18th November, year 5 and 6 pupils participated in a Victorian Child workshop.  The children learnt about the types of jobs Victorian children were forced to undertake and they also found out a little about what life was…

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Year 6 Cycling Training
Year 6 Cycling Training
Posted by jason on 02/12/14 at 12:43 PM
Some of our Year 6 children completed bicycle training recently. The training took place over two days and all those who took part found it incredibly beneficial. Pupils learnt how to check their readiness for the road using the ABC…

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