Yummy Christmas Lunch

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 20/12/19 at 02:55 PM
On Wednesday RL enjoyed having Christmas Lunch together.
The children listened to Christmas music as they ate and pulled crackers with each other.
All children wore a Christmas hat, which they had made in class.
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Yummy Christmas Lunch

St Paul’s Choir

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 20/12/19 at 02:35 PM
St Paul’s choir have had a busy time to end the term.
They performed Christmas songs and Carols in St Pauls Church to the stroke club. The club members said the singing was so wonderful it brought tears to…

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St Paul’s Choir

4L let their hair down

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 20/12/19 at 08:32 AM
What a fun way to relax and celebrate the end of a long and busy term, than with a Christmas party. The squash was flowing, food was aplenty - thanks to amazing parents- and there was music and dancing. A…

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4L let their hair down

4L sit down for a wonderful Christmas lunch

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 20/12/19 at 08:00 AM
There were crackers, jokes, singing, laughter and all the Christmas hits at the school’s tasty…and very loud Christmas lunch!

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4L sit down for a wonderful Christmas lunch

4L do problem solving of a different kind!

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 20/12/19 at 07:27 AM
The children were given the task of assembling the class Christmas tree! I watched in awe at their initiative and teamwork.

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4L do problem solving of a different kind!

Getting into the Christmas spirit

Posted by Miss James on 19/12/19 at 08:16 PM
Class 4J have enjoyed the lead up to Christmas and have really got into the Christmas spirit. The children really enjoyed their class party and the following the day the school Christmas Lunch.
Merry Christmas.

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Getting into the Christmas spirit

Sportshall Athletics

Posted by Miss James on 19/12/19 at 08:09 PM
This term children from year 5/6 took part in the first competitive competition- indoor athletics. The children took part in a range of running, jumping and throwing events.

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Sportshall Athletics

Spelling Bee 4J

Posted by Miss James on 19/12/19 at 08:05 PM
Class 4J enjoyed a competitive and fun spelling bee. many of the children correctly spelt many of the words and achieved both yellow and purple bees. Well done al!

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Spelling Bee 4J

Museums

Posted by Miss James on 19/12/19 at 11:37 AM
In Science the children have been learning all about electricity. hey even made their own museums to stop a robber from stealing the famous Panther Diamond. They did this by making a circuit which would sound an alarm, when an…

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Museums

Year 6 go to Berlin

Posted by Mr Lacy on 19/12/19 at 08:04 AM
Year 6 have been looking at Germany this half term. They have studied the geography of the whole country, and looked in detail at Bavaria and Berlin. Here are some pictures of their tourist brochures on Berlin.

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Year 6 go to Berlin

Christmas fun in RB

Posted by Mrs Barry on 18/12/19 at 04:03 PM
We have had a great week this week. On Tuesday we visited the Waterman’s Theatre to see the Christmas pantomime. The children throughly enjoyed this and have been retelling parts of the story in class with friends. The children have…

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Christmas fun in RB

4L become playwrights!

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 18/12/19 at 03:17 PM
Understanding the features of a play script is part of the English curriculum. The children thoroughly enjoyed the process of both writing and acting scripts they had written based on the poignant story of ‘Grandad and the Laundry Basket.’ Here…

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4L become playwrights!

4L try carpentry in Topic

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 18/12/19 at 02:45 PM
Art, Design and Technology enrich the curriculum and are also incredibly fun and interesting. Having examined photo frames and their composite parts, the children designed and created their own. Here they are using tools to cut straight joints…mitre joints were…

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4L try carpentry in Topic

Christmas in Year 6

Posted by Mr Lacy on 18/12/19 at 12:22 PM
Year 6 enjoyed an old-fashioned Christmas banquet.

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Christmas in Year 6

Free English classes for adults

Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 18/12/19 at 08:50 AM
Next term, Talk English is giving free English classes to parents and carers in Hounslow. The classes offer the opportunity to learn everyday vocabulary, make friends and gain confidence in speaking English. The classes: - are for beginners -…

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Free English classes for adults

Visit to the Waterman’s

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 17/12/19 at 09:03 PM
Today the Nursery and reception classes went on a trip to the Waterman’s theatre to watch Pinocchio.
The children loved the performance, especially watching the superb acrobats and trying to catch the bubbles coming down from the ceiling.
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Visit to the Waterman’s

Foundation Stage Christmas party

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 17/12/19 at 08:53 PM
On Monday afternoon RB, RL and the Nursery had great fun at their Christmas Party.
The classes started the afternoon by playing games in their classrooms. They played pass the parcel, musical bumps and musical statues. The classes then…

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Foundation Stage Christmas party

2V’s Christmas Party

Posted by Miss Vanos on 16/12/19 at 09:52 PM
This afternoon, 2V had their Christmas party! We played pass the parcel (the parcel was brought to us from Peppermint, an elf who has been visiting us this month), danced with the other Year 2 children in the hall, had…

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2V’s Christmas Party

Spelling in Year 6

Posted by Mr Lacy on 16/12/19 at 10:14 AM
Year 6 children have been busy learning their spellings for the Spelling Bee on Wednesday.

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Spelling in Year 6

2V are Gymnasts!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 15/12/19 at 09:00 PM
This half term, 2V have been working on their gymnastics skills. The children have been practising travelling in different ways, making different “high” and “low” balances with their bodies and sequencing travelling movements with balances to create a short routine.…

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2V are Gymnasts!

Science is amazing in RB!

Posted by Mrs Barry on 12/12/19 at 03:33 PM
Today the children investigated how to melt ice. The children found some sea creatures that had been frozen in the ice. In groups they discussed different ways of melting the ice. The children thought that hot and cold water would…

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Science is amazing in RB!

Nursery Nativity

Posted by sbrowne on 12/12/19 at 10:41 AM
The Nursery children did a fantastic job performing their Nativity. They sung, danced and said their lines clearly and remembered their cues to come up to the front of the stage. They all looked wonderful in their costumes and retold…

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Nursery Nativity

Peace

Posted by Miss James on 11/12/19 at 08:52 PM
In RE the children have been reflecting on what the meaning of peace is to themselves and the wider world. They have designed their own symbol and peace; created beautiful doves to represent what Peace means to them.

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Peace

Maths challenge

Posted by Miss James on 11/12/19 at 08:43 PM
In year four during Maths November the children enjoyed a range of actives from, weekly maths challenges, to using TTrockstars to strengthen their timetables. Lastly, they enjoyed a lovely pirate themed maths workshop - Ahoy Captain!

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Maths challenge

What is Symmetry?

Posted by Miss James on 11/12/19 at 08:41 PM
In class 4J the children have been putting their knowledge of shapes to the test and investing lines of symmetry in shapes.

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What is Symmetry?

Pottery

Posted by Miss James on 11/12/19 at 08:27 PM
This term in year 4 the children have been studying the Ancient Greeks and even made replica Clay pots. They put a lot of time into the design and construction phase. This week the children will eventually be bringing home…

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Pottery

3R va à l’école

Posted by Mrs Riley on 08/12/19 at 08:00 PM
On Friday 3R began to learn the names of objects found in school during their French lesson. We began by practising the names as a class before splitting into pairs to practice. The children were able to identify and say…

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3R va à l’école

Friendship Bracelets!

Posted by Miss Mayor on 07/12/19 at 06:46 PM
3M have been doing a book study on the book ‘One Plastic Bag’. It is based on a true story about an African woman called Isatou Ceesay who started recycling plastic bags that were polluting her community by turning them…

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Friendship Bracelets!

2V make Christingles!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 06/12/19 at 04:15 PM
This afternoon, 2V made Christingles, an important symbol of Advent. We learned that 300 years ago, at an Advent service, a bishop gave children a candle wrapped in a red ribbon to symbolise the joy people feel by having Jesus…

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2V make Christingles!

Christingle

Posted by Mr Kearney on 06/12/19 at 04:11 PM
Today in RE, we learned about Christingles. We looked at their origins and the symbolism behind each of the different parts of the Christingle. The children then suggested symbols of their own that they would add such as a heart…

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Christingle

Investigating Paper in 3R

Posted by Mrs Riley on 06/12/19 at 03:13 PM
Today in Science we have been investigating the absorbency of different types of paper. We began by discussing what a fair test is and how we could check whether our investigation would give us the results we were looking for.…

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Investigating Paper in 3R

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Posted by sbrowne on 05/12/19 at 02:02 PM
Nursery have been enjoying preparing for Christmas. We have decorated our inside Christmas tree and also have one outside we can redecorate throughout the day. We have leant the Christmas story and also learnt how people in the UK prepare…

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Year 1 help Captain Morgan

Posted by Miss Scott on 03/12/19 at 02:43 PM
On Friday 29th November, Year 1 met a real-life pirate! Captain Morgan needed Year 1s help as he had lost his ship. The children had to answer many puzzling questions in order to reunite him with his pirate ship. Luckily,…

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Year 1 help Captain Morgan

1S visit the Living Nativity

Posted by Miss Scott on 03/12/19 at 02:33 PM
On Wednesday 27th November, Year 1 got to experience the Living Nativity in school – the children were very excited! They listened to Year 4 tell the Christmas story and then got the opportunity to pet some pigs, donkeys, chickens…

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Getting to know 1S

Posted by Miss Scott on 03/12/19 at 02:03 PM
Last week, Year 1 were investigating and learning about each other! Working in groups, the children decided on a question that they wanted to ask the class. Next, they asked their questions and recorded their data into a tally chat,…

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Getting to know 1S

How far will the car travel?

Posted by Miss Vanos on 02/12/19 at 06:32 PM
Today, 2V explored friction. We investigated how far a toy car would travel across a variety of different surfaces after it was released down a ramp. We used our improving measurement skills to record how far the car travelled across…

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How far will the car travel?

Rumpelstiltskin Hot Seating

Posted by Mr Kearney on 02/12/19 at 05:15 PM
As part of our tradition tales unit, 2K have been reading Rumpelstiltskin. Today, we thought of questions that we would like to ask some of the characters from the story. We then took turns in ‘hot-seating’ these characters and answering…

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Rumpelstiltskin Hot Seating

Year 2 to the Rescue!

Posted by Mr Kearney on 02/12/19 at 04:56 PM
On Friday 29th November Captain Richard Morgan arrived at school, having been separated from his ship and crew. He came seeking help to reunite him with the Good Ship Mathematics! The children had to draw upon their maths skills to…

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Year 2 to the Rescue!

First meeting of the school council

Posted by sbrowne on 02/12/19 at 04:42 PM
On Monday 2nd December the school council met for the first time. Miss Browne met with the children and asked for ideas for a Christmas competition and also the things that they felt were the most important for us to…

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First meeting of the school council

The problem with plastic- 3R discuss

Posted by Mrs Riley on 02/12/19 at 01:58 PM
Last week 3R presented their own TED Talks about the problem with plastic in our oceans as part of our learning in English. Over the last week we have been researching the effects of plastic in our oceans using the…

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The problem with plastic- 3R discuss

Number November in 2V!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 01/12/19 at 10:08 PM
Now that it is December (and Miss Vanos can freely sing Christmas Carols), I thought we would look back at some Number November “Maths Mornings” work that 2V have been up to! The pictures shown are: How many dots are…

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Number November in 2V!

Year 3 help Captain Richard Morgan!

Posted by Miss Mayor on 01/12/19 at 07:13 PM
On Friday, Year 3 helped Captain Richard Morgan find his ship by solving a range of Maths puzzles and problems! Children worked in groups of 3 to complete each challenge. Both 3M and 3R loved meeting Captain Morgan and had…

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Year 3 help Captain Richard Morgan!
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