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Lunch stars!
Lunch stars!
Posted by Mrs Little on 30/05/17 at 06:02 PM
Every few weeks there is a VIP table at lunch time to identify a few children who have shown exceptional table manners, courtesy or sharing whilst eating.  These children are chosen by the kitchen staff. These children were chosen this…

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Year 1 explores space at the Science Museum!
Year 1 explores space at the Science Museum!
Posted by Miss Volossevich on 26/05/17 at 04:13 PM
On Thursday Year 1 made an exciting visit to the Science Museum in South Kensington!  This was following on from our unit on Space; we visited the Exploring Space exhibit and saw A Beautiful Planet - a 3D film at…

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Year 5/6 Quadkids
Year 5/6 Quadkids
Posted by Miss James on 26/05/17 at 01:58 PM
On Wednesday 24th May Twenty children from both year 5/6 attended the Quadkids competition. For the event the children took part in a variety of track and field events. they displayed great sportsmanship and pushed themselves in all their events.…

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Best Kwik Cricket Competition
Best Kwik Cricket Competition
Posted by Miss James on 26/05/17 at 01:42 PM
In this term boys and girls form year 5/6 competed in a Kwik Cricket Competition. They demonstrated great teamwork and had the opportunity to develop their bowling and batting skills, against other schools from the borough.

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Tri-Golf
Tri-Golf
Posted by Miss James on 26/05/17 at 01:19 PM
On Tuesday 23rd May children from year 5/6 participated in a Tri-Golf Competition at Wyke Green Golf Club. They immensely enjoyed taking part in the variety of games, which included: Bullseye, Dominoes, Grand National Drive for Show and Finders Keepers.…

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Giant Slayer!
Giant Slayer!
Posted by Mr Johnston on 25/05/17 at 03:08 PM
Year 4 put on an amazing show today in St. Paul’s Church, retelling the story of David and Goliath. The children have worked incredibly hard over the past couple of weeks learning their lines and some tricky songs - and…

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Coding in Year 5
Coding in Year 5
Posted by Miss McLellan on 24/05/17 at 05:45 PM
Year 5 are currently participating in weekly coding sessions with the help of Mr Moore and Mrs Heyhoe. The children are really enjoying these sessions and have been teaching the adults a thing or two about coding! We are all…

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Punctuality week
Punctuality week
Posted by Mr Roy on 22/05/17 at 02:05 PM
As part of the school’s punctuality week we had a special visitor, Deborah the Zebra to teach the children road safety

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Exploring Hampton Court Palace
Exploring Hampton Court Palace
Posted by Mrs Little on 17/05/17 at 08:07 PM
Today Years 3 and 4 visited Hampton Court Palace as part of our Tudors topic.  Despite the wet weather we explored the palace, experiencing what it would have been like to live there during the reigns of famous rulers like…

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Year 5 explore tropical plants at Kew Gardens
Year 5 explore tropical plants at Kew Gardens
Posted by Miss McLellan on 16/05/17 at 03:53 PM
To consolidate our learning of the Rainforest, Year 5 visited Kew Gardens to look at tropical plants. We visited the Palm House (which was very humid!) and The Princess of Wales Conservatory. The sun was shining and we had a…

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Reception and Nursery get some exciting visitors…...
Reception and Nursery get some exciting visitors…...
Posted by Mrs Barry on 15/05/17 at 02:39 PM
Last Friday Reception and Nursery were visited by two police officers who also brought in their police dogs. We learnt about the role of a police officer and police dogs. Two children tested the police dogs by hiding the policeman’s…

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Tropical bake off in Year 5
Tropical bake off in Year 5
Posted by Miss McLellan on 08/05/17 at 04:29 PM
In Design and Technology we are focusing on the skills needed to design, create and evaluate a cake recipe. In Topic we have been looking at the rainforest, so we have infused flavours of the rainforest by using tropical ingredients…

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Maths puzzles in 4J!
Maths puzzles in 4J!
Posted by Mr Johnston on 07/05/17 at 09:04 PM
Last week, we told you about the NRich puzzles we have been doing in maths in class 4J. Here it is again - with the children showing the solution they found. Hope you tried it yourselves!

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Imagine you’re a Fire Fighter
Imagine you’re a Fire Fighter
Posted by Mrs Riley on 07/05/17 at 07:13 PM
On Friday Reception took time out from learning about trains and were visited by the Firemen from Chiswick Fire Station. They were invited to climb inside the fire engine and try on the helmets and protective clothing. The most exciting…

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Maths Detectives: Making juice drinks
Maths Detectives: Making juice drinks
Posted by Mrs Little on 06/05/17 at 12:07 PM
This week in 3L we have been honing our measures skills including capacity problems.  After practising how to read various scales and comparing amounts of liquid we completed a Maths Detectives challenge where the children had to work together to…

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