Category Archives: School Events

PERFORM Workshop

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This term’s PERFORM workshop was based on the wonderful story of Peter Pan and his adventures in Neverland. The year 1 and 2 students firstly met Peter Pan himself who guided them through a tour of the nursery where Wendy...

Charity Sleepover

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On Friday 26th April, 45 students from years 4, 5, 6 and 7 descended on Chepstow House at 6.30pm eager for a night fuelled with no sleep, midnight snacks and games around the school. That’s right, it was the annual...

Visit from David Walliams

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The weekend was spent “umm-ing” and “ahh-ing”, wondering who the “special visitor” on Monday would be. Speculation was rife, was it a musician, an artist, Lionel Messi? After an ear deafening drum roll, none other than David Walliams himself strolled...

Year 5 Production

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The best way to end the Spring term? Two spectacular productions. Year 5 kicked this off with “Grimes’ Fairer Tales” on Wednesday night. This was an immersive production, with the audience encouraged to get lost in the play, to forget...

Year 3 Stone Age Workshop

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Year 3 had a phenomenal drama workshop last week exploring the Stone Age. The students created still images with their bodies in order to get a sense of the Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic periods (beginning, middle and end of the...

Bikeability Training

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Last week year 5 had the opportunity to take part in Bikeability training. They started the week by learning about the mechanics of a bicycle, including how the chain and brakes work and why you should be a low gear...

Reception Dinosaur Day

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On Friday, reception celebrated Dinosaur Day! Did you know the word dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means ‘terrible lizard’? The word was coined by English paleontologist Richard Owen in 1842 and was meant to refer to the impressive...

Year 5 Art Workshop

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Year 5 had a wonderful workshop today, where they learned to make their own felt from scratch. This involved constructing layers of merino fibre which were embellished with a William Morris style design. The fibre was turned into felt with...

Year 2 Scottish Day

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On the 25th January year 2 celebrated Scottish Day! The children wore their finest kilts and tartan for the day and found out all about why we celebrate Burns Night, what Robert Burns did and the special food that is...

Reception Nativity

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After weeks of rehearsals, extra music lessons and line recitals, it finally came round for Reception to perform their Nativity. The children did a fantastic job performing the songs and getting into character in their amazing costumers. Reception would like...