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Tudor Houses
Tudor Houses
Posted by Mrs Little on 30/06/17 at 08:48 PM
In Class 3L we have been exploring what Tudor London might have been like and learning about some of the famous London landmarks from that era.  We have also spent some time comparing our houses and flats to Tudor houses. …

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Year 4 Pedestrian Training
Year 4 Pedestrian Training
Posted by Mr Johnston on 30/06/17 at 03:48 PM
Year 4 were taken out today onto the streets surrounding the school to learn road safety skills. We were reminded of ‘Stop, Look and Listen’, and the training included: finding a safe place to cross the road; safe use of…

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St Paul’s School Sports Day
St Paul’s School Sports Day
Posted by Miss James on 29/06/17 at 10:18 AM
The St Paul’s School sports day took place over two days, with all year groups participating.  Points were scored for each event, which the children took part in and were totalled towards an overall score. The children on the winning…

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A welcome treat!
A welcome treat!
Posted by Miss McLellan on 26/06/17 at 09:27 PM
During last week’s heat wave, the whole school were paid a visit by the ice cream man and his van. The children, and adults, really enjoyed this treat and we all felt very lucky. Thank you to everyone who helped…

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Art in 1LV
Art in 1LV
Posted by Miss Volossevich on 26/06/17 at 05:20 PM
In Year 1 we have been exploring using different media to create images of islands and the sea.  We have looked at the story of Katie Morag and the Isle of Coll and made watercolour pictures inspired by the illustrations…

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Sports Activity Day
Sports Activity Day
Posted by Miss James on 26/06/17 at 03:00 PM
On the 20th June the whole school took part in the 3rd annual Sports Activity day. Foundation and Ks1 immensely enjoyed the Animal Fu workshop and the mini games lead by the Year 5 and 6 Sports Leaders.  Whilst in…

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Visit to Chiswick House Kitchen Gardens
Visit to Chiswick House Kitchen Gardens
Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 26/06/17 at 11:44 AM
Last Friday, a group of Year 1 and 2 children and some of their mums visited the kitchen gardens at Chiswick House to take part in a gardening workshop.  The children went on a hunt in the garden to…

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Grenfell Tower Appeal
Grenfell Tower Appeal
Posted by Mrs Riley on 23/06/17 at 04:03 PM
Today we joined together with schools from across West London to raise money for the Grenfell Tower Appeal. The children came to school dressed in an item of green clothing and made a donation. Prayers and thoughts were shared during…

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Girls Kwiik Cricket Competition
Girls Kwiik Cricket Competition
Posted by Miss James on 22/06/17 at 03:12 PM
On the 15th June Girls from year 5 and 6 competed in the Hounslow Borough Kwik Cricket competition. It was a hot sunny day, however the girls enjoyed participating in all the games and mini challenges available. Which enabled them…

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Mini Orange Tennis Tournament
Mini Orange Tennis Tournament
Posted by Miss James on 21/06/17 at 03:08 PM
For the first time this term there was a Tennis Tournament open to Year 5 and 6 children. Luckily, four children (boys/girls) were able to attend the tournament at Will to Win, Chiswick. They displayed a range of skills using…

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Sounds of the storm!
Sounds of the storm!
Posted by Mrs Little on 15/06/17 at 05:31 PM
In Class 3L we are exploring a wordless picture book called ‘Flood’ by Alvaro F Villa about a family whose home is struck by a terrible flood.  We are really enjoying it so far and have done some amazing writing…

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Home Fixture for the School Chess Club
Home Fixture for the School Chess Club
Posted by Mr Wright on 12/06/17 at 04:59 PM
We were delighted to welcome the chess club from Christ the Saviour CE Primary School to our school this afternoon for a rematch.  Our club visited CtS earlier in the year and it was good to come together again.  Children…

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Out and About
Out and About
Posted by jason on 08/06/17 at 03:35 PM
During the Summer Term the Nursery have been out and about. We have been to the park to have a picnic, had ice-cream, went to the Watermans to feed the ducks and the Watermans playground to play on the equipment.…

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Be Wise on Wheels Day 2017
Be Wise on Wheels Day 2017
Posted by Mr Wright on 06/06/17 at 11:01 AM
Wednesday 24th May was our annual Be Wise on Wheels Day.  The day seeks to encourage children to bike or scoot to school.  Once again we had lots of bikes and scooters in school.  We used the opportunity to make…

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Walk to School & Punctuality Week 2017
Walk to School & Punctuality Week 2017
Posted by Mr Wright on 06/06/17 at 09:54 AM
May 22nd - 26th was our annual Walk to School and Punctuality week.  During this week we encourage staff, parents and pupils to walk, bike, scoot or use public transport all or most of the way to and from school,…

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