Monthly Archives: May 2019

Year 1 Trip to Chelsea Physic Garden

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The year 1 classes had a wonderful time at the Chelsea Physic garden this week. They planted seeds, smelt beautiful flowers, made collages and discovered amazing plants. They travelled the world to explore new plants and places and finally found...

Eco Week

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This week we have been celebrating “Eco Week”, which has been a great success! We have had a visit from the Junk Orchestra on Monday where years 2 and 3 learnt how to make music from recycled objects such as...

Year 3 Residential to Bushcraft

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Year 3 went on their first overnight residential to Bushcraft, Oxfordshire. Through living in the wild, the students learnt about the woodland environment in a fun and engaging manner. They took part in a camouflage and concealment exercise, where the...

Year 5 Residential to Rockley Park

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Last week year 5 hopped on a train to Poole, Dorset to visit Rockley Park, a watersports and adventure park. After wiggling into wetsuits and smothering in suncream the students took part in lots of different activities on the water...

Year 6 Residential to Normandy

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After an early 4.45am start, year 6 set off on their travels to Normandy. The first stop-off was a trip to the goat’s cheese farm where some brave children (and teachers!) tried goat’s milk directly from the animal! Having happily...

Sports Tour to Barcelona

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Over the Easter holiday, 18 children and 4 adults left school for the five-day sports tour to Barcelona. They were greeted at Barcelona airport by Elena, the tour manager for the trip, who the students instantly fell in love with!...

Weekly Fixtures Report

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Year 2 cricket vs Wetherby 14 year 2s travelled with great excitement to the Park Club to take on Wetherby in two cricket games. Each player would bat in a pair for two overs and every child would bowl one...

Year 4 to Holland Park

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On Tuesday year 4 visited Holland Park to consider uses of local landmarks as part of their Geography lesson. Once there, they discussed whether the landmark has public or private ownership, who pays for its maintenance, what would happen if...