On Friday afternoon we had an enjoyable Skype with our partner class in Kumasi, Ghana. We showed them our Anansi artwork and acted out the story of Anansi and the Hot Pot Beans.Read More Skyping Ghana
We are redesigning the room behind the library, formally known as the rainbow room. We want to make it a calm space for children to relax and have some quiet time, as well as a place for play therapy. Our budget for this is small and we are looking for any contributions of the following: […]Read More Well-being room makeover
Year 6 travelled to Lee Fire Station for eight mini sessions led by the Metropolitan Police about how to be a citizen and stay safe.Read More Year 6: Junior Citizens
School Council have come up with the idea of having an inter-class competition to collect as many items as possible for Lewisham Foodbank over the next two weeks. There will be a prize for the winning class! Deadline = Friday 15th November 2019Read More Foodbank Competition- We need your help!
Learn New Skills Bring Your Skills Meet New People Grow Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables for Sharing St. Margaret’s, Lee Church are developing their community garden and invite you to help the project flourish; the plans are great and include a vegetable patch, a herb garden, roof garden a nectar bar (to attract insects and wildlife.) […]Read More Community Garden Project at the Church
This afternoon in Year 2 we spoke to our friends in Ghana. Today it was their turn to present some work to us. First of all they told us some characteristics about themselves, then they showed us their animal collages and at the end they sang us a song. It was all so wonderful and […]Read More Skyping with Ghana
Our librarians have been hard at work and would like to provide you all with a little update! The library is now open for children to take books out every Monday, Wednesday and Friday lunchtime. Please remember to sign your books out and in and always ask for help from the librarians or an adult. […]Read More Library update!
We’ve learned an awful lot about Black History this month – the origins of Black History Month, why it is so important, what it means for us all as citizens of the world and how we can learn from lessons of the past. Together with Year 4, we have focused on Black sportspeople and their […]Read More Black History Month in Year 3
This afternoon we shared our Alma Thomas mosaics as part of our Black History celebrations. Some children also read out their Louis Armstrong inspired poems. In return our link teacher, Ms Donkor, told us an Anansi tale and the children sang a song.Read More More Chats with Ghana in Year 2
One of our librarians, Celia, has made some flapjack to sell after school today. She’s raising money for new library books. 📚 😁Read More Flapjack sale today