Nursery explore numbers and names

Posted by Mrs Riley on 30/01/22 at 08:47 PM
This week in Nursery we have been thinking about the story ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. As part of our learning we focused on recognising numbers. We went on a troll hunt in the garden, identifying the numbers on the…

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Nursery explore numbers and names

Saint Paul’s week in 3C

Posted by jason on 30/01/22 at 03:11 PM
To celebrate Saint Paul’s week, the children in 3C made beautiful lanterns to represent the light that Saint Paul spreads to enlighten the entire community. This helps the children to express themselves and develop self-confidence. They used their judgement skills…

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Saint Paul’s week in 3C

Year 2 perform their St Paul Assembly

Posted by Mrs Barry on 28/01/22 at 02:57 PM
This week is St Paul’s week and on Thursday 27th January, Year 2 performed their St Paul assembly to their parents in the church. They have worked really hard over the last couple of weeks and all their hard work…

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Year 2 perform their St Paul Assembly

Reception balance, jump and travel in PE

Posted by Mrs Riley on 27/01/22 at 09:37 PM
This week in PE we have extended our work in gymnastics by using the apparatus. We have been practising five basic shapes (tuck, star, straight, pike and straddle) and have begun to form and hold these shapes whilst working on…

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Reception balance, jump and travel in PE

Artists in Topic work

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 24/01/22 at 11:41 AM
​This half term years 3 and 4 are learning about the City and Countryside in topic lessons. They started the topic by looking at art work by L S Lowry. We investigated his techniques used and where his inspiration came…

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Artists in Topic work

Samba fun in 4L

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 24/01/22 at 11:14 AM
​On Friday 4L enjoyed a day all about samba drumming. The children started the day by listening to Samba music and researching where in the world it comes from. They also designed Samba drums and outfits. For lunch the children…

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Samba fun in 4L

6TL test out Wires

Posted by jason on 22/01/22 at 08:00 PM
​6TL have been looking at Electricity. They were carrying out an experiment on whether different types of wires would affect the brightness of a bulb. They tried many different combinations, and recorded their findings.

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6TL test out Wires

Curriculum Enrichment Day in 3C

Posted by jason on 22/01/22 at 01:21 PM
On Thursday, we had ‘Curriculum Enrichment Day’ where children got an opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture through Samba Drumming Workshop. Children had so much fun learning about various percussion instruments that help them to…

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Curriculum Enrichment Day in 3C

Nursery enjoy curriculum enrichment day

Posted by Mrs Riley on 21/01/22 at 03:41 PM
On Thursday, Nursery took part in a fantastic music workshop using recycled materials such as bottle shakers and bells made from cars. The children had a wonderful time exploring how to make sounds and were keen to join in with…

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Nursery enjoy curriculum enrichment day

Reception explore all types of music

Posted by Mrs Riley on 21/01/22 at 09:07 AM
As part of curriculum enrichment day, we spent the morning learning about different types of music and making our own musical instruments. We also had a go at writing our own musical notes and making up our own songs. In…

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Reception explore all types of music

Keep your balance

Posted by Mrs Little on 20/01/22 at 08:38 PM
​In PE this week 6KL learnt about counter tension and counter balances. This is where you use pushes and pulls with a partner to create a balance, using your partner’s weight to keep you stable. The children really impressed me…

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Keep your balance

Finding North

Posted by Mrs Little on 20/01/22 at 08:34 PM
​In 6KL we learnt how to make our own compasses using a few pieces of equipment. It was really interesting to see how easy it was to magnetise a needle, which we then attached to a piece of cork and…

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Finding North

2V’s Curriculum Enrichment Day 2022

Posted by Miss Vanos on 20/01/22 at 08:30 PM
​2V had a wonderful, musically themed day! We created our own instruments out of materials from the recycling bin, jazzed up with some craft materials. Later in the day, we played our instruments along to the soundtrack of Disney’s Encanto.…

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2V’s Curriculum Enrichment Day 2022

Fun in Year 1!

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 20/01/22 at 07:56 PM
Curriculum Enrichment day is all about learning through exciting new experiences. 1L have had a fantastic day learning about a new country and culture, through music. Our day learning about Brazil began with a junk percussion workshop followed by mask-making…

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Fun in Year 1!

Curriculum Enrichment Day in 2B

Posted by Mrs Barry on 20/01/22 at 04:30 PM
​We had a fabulous day today in 2B. It was Curriculum Enrichment Day so the children completed a selection of various activities based around the topic of junk percussion. In the morning the children made their own instruments out of…

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Curriculum Enrichment Day in 2B

England Rocks School Champion!

Posted by Mrs Little on 20/01/22 at 03:51 PM
​A child in Year 6 was awarded a trophy for achieving the highest score on Times Tables Rockstars during Maths Week England. I am so proud of his achievement and think it reflects his determination and eagerness to take part…

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England Rocks School Champion!

St Paul’s achieve the gold STARS award!

Posted by Mr Wright on 20/01/22 at 12:49 PM
This afternoon we had a very special delivery from Winston at London Bike Hub, on his electric cargo bike. It was our Gold STARS award in recognition of the activities and events we have participated in over recent years to…

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St Paul’s achieve the gold STARS award!

Samba time!

Posted by Mr Johnston on 20/01/22 at 10:41 AM
This morning, as part of our curriculum enrichment day, class 5J enjoyed a taste of Carnival with a fun (and noisy!) music session. We played different instruments together to create a Brazilian style Samba band!

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Samba time!

Finding the way in 5J

Posted by Mr Johnston on 18/01/22 at 03:09 PM
​As part of our topic “Tudor Explorers”, year 5 made compasses to understand how boats navigated before satellites. First, we magnetised a pin by rubbing it with a magnet. Then, we attached the pin to cork so it would float…

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Finding the way in 5J

Art in 3C

Posted by jason on 17/01/22 at 08:45 PM
In 3C we have been exploring and learning about L.S Lowry, who was famous for painting scenes of life in the industrial districts. Whilst learning, the children looked very carefully at his paintings and tried hard to learn about different…

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Art in 3C

Pastel Techniques

Posted by Miss James on 16/01/22 at 06:54 PM
​In Year 4 the children have been experimenting using pastels and the different techniques that are used to create a piece of art. They worked very hard to master techniques such as: Stippling, Sgraffito, scumbling and blending, which they will…

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Pastel Techniques

Exploring Brentford

Posted by Miss James on 16/01/22 at 06:47 PM
This term Year 4 have been looking at the city through the eyes of Lowry. This week explored their own local area and the Victorian buildings, that are still standing. The children enjoyed making sketches of Brentford Library and back…

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Exploring Brentford

Making and drawing circuits

Posted by Mrs Little on 15/01/22 at 02:09 PM
Year 6 are learning about Electricity in Science this half term. So far we have explored a range of equipment and recapped what we already know about Electricity. This week we found out about the accurate, scientific symbols that are…

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Making and drawing circuits

Reception explore the human body

Posted by Mrs Riley on 13/01/22 at 07:35 PM
On Wednesday Reception had the most amazing visit from Mrs Forbes, one of our parent governors. She came to talk to us about her job as a kidney doctor and to explain about the human body. Using the model of…

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Reception explore the human body

3C Exploring and Sketching Buildings in Brentford

Posted by jason on 12/01/22 at 10:02 PM
As a part of our new topic ( The City and the Countryside),we went outside to observe different buildings in Brentford where children have had great experience of drawing/sketching from direct experience. Sketching allows us to get our ideas down…

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3C Exploring and Sketching Buildings in Brentford

Dictionary definitions

Posted by Mrs Barry on 12/01/22 at 03:59 PM
In our English lesson today, we learnt how to use a dictionary and why we might need to use one. The children were then given a task to look up a selection of words to hep them find the definition…

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Dictionary definitions

Stepping into 2022

Posted by Mrs Little on 08/01/22 at 08:12 PM
In 6KL we have been thinking about new beginnings, and how the start of a new year can encourage us to reflect on what has gone well in the previous year, and what we would like to improve and try…

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Stepping into 2022

Art or Maths?

Posted by jason on 07/01/22 at 08:25 PM
​In 3C children successfully attempted problem solving in Maths. They were given a set of instructions to make some trees. An example of one of these problems is: there is a tree with 7 trunks, on each trunk there are…

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Art or Maths?

Symmetry in 2B

Posted by Mrs Barry on 07/01/22 at 04:43 PM
The children had an excellent maths lesson today, where they had to complete a symmetry challenge. The children had to explore ways of colouring the black and white outline of the triangles. But they had to make sure that their…

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Symmetry in 2B

New Year’s Resolutions

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 07/01/22 at 04:05 PM
4L were all very pleased to return to school after the Christmas break. In class we have discussed what a new year means to them and what new year’s resolutions they are hoping to achieve. Some the children came up…

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New Year’s Resolutions

The Tudor World

Posted by jason on 07/01/22 at 03:48 PM
Class 6TL created a map of the world from memory. This represented the attempts the Tudors would have made to show the world as they knew it. The maps they created were very similar to those of Tudor times.

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The Tudor World

The Gingerbread Man Visits Foundation Stage

Posted by Mrs Riley on 07/01/22 at 09:37 AM
On Wednesday we had a special visitor in our garden! The Gingerbread Man brought some of his friends to look around. The children found footprints on the floor in the classrooms and in the garden, and they received an email…

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The Gingerbread Man Visits Foundation Stage

Conscience Alley in 3C

Posted by jason on 06/01/22 at 10:31 PM
3C tried ‘Conscience Alley’,a useful technique for exploring any kind of dilemma faced by a character, providing an opportunity to analyse a decisive moment in greater detail. The class forms two lines facing each other. One person walks between the…

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Conscience Alley in 3C

New year, new books!

Posted by Mrs Little on 06/01/22 at 02:43 PM
6KL seem very excited to finally be able to unwrap some of the new books we have within the classroom. The books were secretly wrapped and labelled with key words before Christmas and sat in a present box for the…

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New year, new books!

Making maps

Posted by Mrs Little on 06/01/22 at 02:37 PM
We have begun our new ‘Tudor Exploration of America’ unit in Topic this week. During the first few lessons we have been learning about how the Tudors managed to discover new places considering they had no technology. One of the…

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Making maps
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