On Wednesday 26th June, we met with Nursery children and their families in Greenwich Park for the day. We played different ring games, sang different nursery rhymes we went to the playground and children played on the climbing frame. Then we had picnic with the families on lunch time.
Here is some feedback from parents:
‘Thanks for planning the trip.’
’We had fun. Thank you.’
‘The trip was so much fun. Excellent outdoor environment for the kids to learn, explore and have fun at the same time.’
On Thursday 31st January 2019, children from Year 5 and Year 6 had the privilege of joining a massed choir of 7,776 children at the Young Voices concert at the O2. Children had been learning the songs during music lessons for the last few months and then had a three-hour rehearsal at the O2 before the show-stopping spectacular that evening. As well as singing as the Young Voices choir, children got to see performances from the street-dance group ‘Urban Strides’ as well as listening to (and joining in with) performances from Tony Hadley, Sharlene Hector and Beau Dermott. Children absolutely loved the concert, some commenting: “It was the best day of my life!”
On Wednesday 10th October 2018, the ‘digital leaders’ from KS2 took a trip to the Bluewater Apple Store. Every year, a child from every class is selected as the digital leader: – someone who will help their classmates with any problems they are having with their iPad. The trip to the Apple Store was a chance to learn a bit more about how iPads can be used in learning, and our digital leaders certainly did that! They all had the opportunity to use the Apple Pencil for drawing, creating illustrations and designs to include in a poster that was then displayed on the large video wall in the store. They all had a great time!
As part of their topic on ‘Outrageous Outdoors’, Year 4 visited Woodlands Farm on Monday 9th October 2018. They learnt how to use a compass and map to do orienteering. They also built shelters in the woods and tested them to see how waterproof they were (not very, is the answer! But with more time they would have been).
This summer term, Year 1’s topic was The Beach. We have looked at and compared the geographical features of beaches here in the UK as well as those in other countries too. The beach has historically been a popular family destination and this gave us the opportunity to explore how the clothes, entertainment and appearance of beaches have changed over time.
On Tuesday the 3rd of July all of Year 1 had the opportunity to experience a Typical British Day Out at the Seaside. We put on our socks and sandals, brought our buckets and spades, built sand castles and went for a paddle. The only thing not in-keeping was the weather which (although windy) was absolutely fantastic!
A great time was had by all. Many thanks as always to all our parents for their donations and support on the day: we couldn’t do it without you!
On Friday 29th June 2018, Year 4 went on a trip to a borough-wide sports day called Sportathon! They were loads of activities for them to try, such as long jump, javelin, hockey, netball, golf, and even wheel chair racing. Everyone gave it their all and even though we didn’t come home with a medal the children performed amazingly and had a great day.