Working Together

Posted by sbrowne on 31/01/20 at 04:13 PM
This week in Nursery the children have really been demonstrating their team work skills. Whether it’s working as a group to construct with the pallets, coordinating to retell a story or investigating ice as a team the children have been…

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Working Together

Row, row, row your boat

Posted by Mrs Barry on 31/01/20 at 03:29 PM
Over the past few weeks we have been learning about different homes and houses. Last week we went for a walk about Brentford and this week we went to Brentford Lock to look at the houseboats. The children were able…

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Row, row, row your boat

Creating Adverts

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 06:04 PM
In year 4J the children have been studying a range of advertising and how it is used to persuade individuals. The children gave each other roles e.g director, producer etc and created their own mini tv advert for St Paul’s…

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Creating Adverts

Art in year 4

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 06:00 PM
This term in topic the children have been exploring artist Constable and analysing the features in his paintings. The children then went on to create their own Countryside landscape paintings.

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Art in year 4

Event Organisers

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 05:55 PM
The children in Year 4 were put their maths skills to test as they were challenged with the task of organising costing of the school enrichment day for the entire school. This allowed the children to develop an understanding of…

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Event Organisers

St Paul’s week

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 01:38 PM
The whole school celebrated St Paul’s week in a variety of different ways. The children in 4J wrote love and harmony prayers alongside displaying their creative side using weaving to create baskets, making feather quills and mosaics of St Paul…

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St Paul’s week

Chinese Dancing

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 01:34 PM
The children in class 4J have enjoyed the curriculum enrichment day this term, which included a mixture of craft activities and the highlight of the day Chinese Dancing. The pupils became fully immersed in the Chinese culture through the use…

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Chinese Dancing

Tag Rugby Competition

Posted by Miss James on 27/01/20 at 01:32 PM
The children in year 5/6 braved the weather to participate in the borough Tag Rugby Competition. The weather was a mixture of rain and wind, which made photography very difficult, thus there are no photos. The children played very well…

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Year 6 and St Paul’s Week

Posted by Mr Lacy on 27/01/20 at 01:20 PM
In St Paul’s Week Year 6 created icons of St Paul. They considered which objects represented different aspects of his life, and incorporated them into the image.

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Year 6 and St Paul’s Week

St Paul’s Week in 3M

Posted by Miss Mayor on 26/01/20 at 03:35 PM
This week, 3M revisited the story of St Paul’s life and how he started off as Saul before becoming Paul. The children then created stained glass windows depicting a symbol of St Paul. Take a look at some of their…

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St Paul’s Week in 3M

The Beginning of Paul

Posted by Mr Kearney on 26/01/20 at 01:09 PM
On Thursday Year 2 performed an assembly on the early life of St Paul. We explored his life before his conversion to Christianity, when he was called Saul and persecuted those who believed in and followed Jesus and the encounter…

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The Beginning of Paul

Celebrating the life of St Paul

Posted by Mrs Barry on 24/01/20 at 03:42 PM
This week we have been learning about the life of St Paul. The children painted amazing portraits of St Paul, learnt how to write a letter and imagined what it would be like to be blind. The children enjoyed this…

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Celebrating the life of St Paul

The Adventures of St. Paul!

Posted by Mr Johnston on 24/01/20 at 03:25 PM
To mark St. Paul’s week, 5J produced a comic strip based on the events of his life. After hearing his story, we discussed how comic strips work before carefully planning and drawing our own.

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The Adventures of St. Paul!

4L celebrate the life of St. Paul

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 23/01/20 at 08:22 PM
This week 4L have been revisiting the life of St. Paul and recreating his image. Here they are busy sketching, painting and decorating with stain glass and mosaics.

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4L celebrate the life of St. Paul

4L immerse themselves in all things Chinese

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 23/01/20 at 07:49 PM
4L had a fantastic time on Curriculum Enrichment day as they learnt about China.
In addition to writing in Chinese, making lanterns, painting Chinese watercolours and making fans, they had the opportunity to attempt traditional Chinese dance. It was…

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4L immerse themselves in all things Chinese

How can we be like St. Paul?

Posted by Miss Vanos on 23/01/20 at 03:54 PM
This afternoon, 2V thought about how they could be like Paul and spread Jesus’ teachings around the world. Take a look at some of the brilliant ideas we came up with. How can you follow in St. Paul’s footsteps?

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How can we be like St. Paul?

Saul shows us the way

Posted by Mrs Morgan on 22/01/20 at 10:48 AM
During St. Paul’s week we have been thinking about the story of Saul and how he became Paul. After looking at the story the children created their own comic strips about the life of St. Paul.

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Saul shows us the way

Shackleton’s Journey

Posted by Mr Lacy on 22/01/20 at 09:29 AM
Year 5 and 6 have been looking at the book ‘Shackleton’s Journey’. They imagined what it may have been like to leave on the epic journey to the South Pole, and role played the feelings on the actual day of…

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Shackleton’s Journey

Shipwrecked!

Posted by sbrowne on 22/01/20 at 08:02 AM
As part of our learning for St Paul’s week, the Nursery children have heard the account of Paul being caught in a storm at sea and becoming shipwrecked. They heard how God saved Paul and everyone else on board the…

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Shipwrecked!

2V’s Curriculum Enrichment Day!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 21/01/20 at 07:43 PM
I know it is already Tuesday of this week (Where does the time go??) but 2V had too much fun last Thursday not to share it! We took part in an Indian Drumming workshop led by the amazing “King G.”…

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2V’s Curriculum Enrichment Day!

Heading in the right direction

Posted by Mrs Morgan on 21/01/20 at 05:06 PM
As part of our topic work on Tudor Exploration, class 5P looked at compass’ and how to make them. Using a slice of cork, a magnet and a needle the children (mostly) successfully made their very own compass’.

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Heading in the right direction

3M Chinese Dancing

Posted by Miss Mayor on 20/01/20 at 07:56 AM
3M really enjoyed Curriculum Enrichment Day last Thursday. We started off our morning with the Chinese dancing workshop, we then learnt about Chinese New Year and did various activities such as dragon puppet making, calligraphy and designing Chinese outfits!

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3M Chinese Dancing

Indian Drumming in 1S

Posted by Miss Scott on 19/01/20 at 07:42 PM
Year 1 enjoyed making lots of noise on curriculum day. After learning about different aspects of India in class, the children got the opportunity to play on some Indian drums. Have a look at pictures to see the fun that…

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Indian Drumming in 1S

Key Stage 1 Police Workshop

Posted by Mr Kearney on 19/01/20 at 02:25 PM
, On Friday, KS1 were visited by a police officer for a special talk on keeping safe. At the workshop, the officer explained to the children what to do if they get separated from their grown up.

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Key Stage 1 Police Workshop

2K Indian Drumming Workshop

Posted by Mr Kearney on 19/01/20 at 02:16 PM
As part of Curriculum Enrichment Day, 2K took part in an Indian Drumming workshop. After learning some clapping patterns from “King G” each child got a chance to try out playing a rhythmic pattern on the drums. The children thoroughly…

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2K Indian Drumming Workshop

5P get in the groove

Posted by Mrs Morgan on 19/01/20 at 11:05 AM
5P really enjoyed the Chinese dancing that was part of the enrichment day on Thursday. Check them out in all their glory.

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5P get in the groove

RB get drumming!

Posted by Mrs Barry on 17/01/20 at 03:41 PM
This Thursday RB took part in an Indian session which was part of our Curriculum Enrichment Day. They picked up the repeating pattern that they had to play on the drum really quickly and they throughly enjoyed it. When we…

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RB get drumming!

Make a joyful noise!

Posted by sbrowne on 17/01/20 at 02:42 PM
The Nursery children really enjoyed their Indian drumming lesson as part of Curriculum Enrichment Day. They picked up the repeating clapping pattern and then worked hard to try and play this on the drum too.

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Make a joyful noise!

Calling all parent engineers!

Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 16/01/20 at 10:31 AM
Our Year 4 and 5 classes are taking part in the Primary Engineer Leaders Award 2019-2020 this term.

The competition challenges our pupils to research engineering and interview an engineer. The pupils then need to…

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Calling all parent engineers!

Premier League Football

Posted by Miss James on 13/01/20 at 08:54 PM
Pupils from year 3/4 competed in the Premier League stars borough competition held at Gunnersbury Park. Both teams played impressively well and missed out on proceeding to the next stage due to goal difference. All children enjoyed the event and…

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Premier League Football

Lowry and Brentford

Posted by Miss James on 13/01/20 at 08:42 PM
The children in 4J have been bringing the artist within them out, using inspiration from Lowry. They have begun to come to grips with a range of. techniques from blending to Sgraffito, using pastels. The class also took a walk…

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Lowry and Brentford

Place Value

Posted by Miss James on 13/01/20 at 08:34 PM
Class 4J have been using their Place Value skills to break codes and solve range of problems. The children enjoyed the challenge and can’t wait for more to come.

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Place Value

Maps for the New World

Posted by Mr Lacy on 13/01/20 at 02:55 PM
Year 6 have been looking at maps of the world in Tudor times. They have created a map of the world as the Tudors would have seen it. It is based on some knowledge, hearsay and simple guess work. None…

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Maps for the New World

Artists of 3M!

Posted by Miss Mayor on 12/01/20 at 07:27 PM
3M have had a fantastic start to the Spring Term! In Topic, we have been learning about the artist, Laurence Stephen Lowry, who was an artist from Manchester famous for his drawings and paintings of urban and industrial landscapes. On…

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Artists of 3M!

We have the force!

Posted by Mrs Morgan on 10/01/20 at 03:08 PM
In 5P we started our new science topic on forces. We have learned about different forces and how they act on objects.

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We have the force!

There be monsters!

Posted by Mr Johnston on 10/01/20 at 02:52 PM
As part of our ‘Exploration’ topic, 5J investigated the differences between modern maps and those produced in Tudor times. We discussed the difficulties they may have had producing accurate representations of the world compared to those made using today’s technologies.…

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There be monsters!

Anyone for tennis?

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 10/01/20 at 02:38 PM
4L are lucky enough to have sessions with an external tennis coach this half term. The children had bundles of fun learning how to control both their racquet and ball this week.

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4L learn new art skills with oil pastels

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 10/01/20 at 02:17 PM
The children have been enjoying learning about the artist L.S. Lowry this week. During the week they learnt about the artist’s life and looked at examples of his work. Lowry’s art was based on the every day scenes of real…

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4L learn new art skills with oil pastels

RB have a great start to the new term

Posted by Mrs Barry on 09/01/20 at 04:00 PM
RB had a great Christmas and they are excited to be back at school. We have had a great start to the term so far. We have set up a supermarket in our role play area and the children have…

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RB have a great start to the new term

Excitement in RL

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 08/01/20 at 09:22 PM
Today there was great excitement in RL, the children had their first PE lesson wearing their PE kits.
The children were very independent as they got dressed into PE kits and afterwards when they were changing back into…

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Excitement in RL

Discovering the past in 3R

Posted by Mrs Riley on 08/01/20 at 12:22 PM
Today we have been on a walk around the local area looking at the features of different Victorian buildings. We shall be using these buildings as inspiration for our own artwork inspired by the artist L.S Lowry. Next week we…

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Discovering the past in 3R

Nursery have all had wonderful holidays

Posted by sbrowne on 08/01/20 at 11:10 AM
Since returning to school on Monday the Nursery children have been sharing with the teachers and each other all the exciting things they have done over the holidays. The children are getting very good at speaking in full sentences and…

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Nursery have all had wonderful holidays

Happy New Year from 5J!

Posted by Mr Johnston on 06/01/20 at 03:48 PM
Class 5J settled back into class this afternoon with an exciting new coding topic. We looked at how code could generate random numbers and we then used this to create a racing game. We also took time out to ‘debug’…

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Happy New Year from 5J!
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