This evening, our Year 4&5 pupils joined the orchestra to perform I Am I Say, a powerful and thought-provoking contemporary piece about climate change by composer and pianist Kate Whitley, who co-founded the Multi-Story Orchestra in Peckham, South London. It was a really powerful performance and a great experience for our children!Read More BLACKHEATH HALLS ORCHESTRA PERFORM: I AM I SAY
Our volunteers from year 5 met with some of our more elderly members of the local community at the Lee Green Community Centre, a partnership organised by the Incommon charity. Their mission is to bring together different generations within the community to learn from one another, play games and have some fun! Our children were […]Read More Intergenerational group
Thanks to everyone who came along to our welcome social evening. It was a really good turnout! It was a great way to get to know one another and strengthen our community. Thanks also to our wonderful teachers for organising all the fun games!Read More Welcome social evening
Our year 3 boys were very excited to play their first match against another school. They played very well and came back with gold medals (as well as being a bit wet from the thundery shower during the game!)Read More Y3 boys v St Matthew’s
Well done to both teams, playing in a friendly fixture against St Matthew Academy today. Our Y3 team won 4-0, with Michelle bagging a hat trick and Raffi scoring a goal too. Our defence battled well to keep clean sheet. The Y4s won 5-1, with a brace from Tyra and goals from Ophelia, Hui Wen […]Read More Y3&4 girls football
Years 3 and 4 are now expert bread makers thanks to Caterlink who provide our tasty school dinners. Chef Jamie came to school and gave the children a bread making masterclass – including teaching us the historical, cultural and nutritional value of bread. Year 3 and 4 kneaded the dough and then got to shape […]Read More We’re on a roll….
It was worth waiting for! A fun day had by all and a great celebration of reading. Some pics from buddy reading time between Reception and Y4 pupils …Read More (World) Book Day!
Like last year, we are encouraging families to ‘hire a tyre’ and grow their own plants over the summer term. We have some donations from the fair if anyone would like to get involved but hasn’t got any plants! It’s free and you simply plant what you want and look after it!Read More Tyres for hire
Everyone has had a great term of learning in RE so far with a wide range of faiths and practices being explored. Reception have been learning about Islam, in particular the holy month of Ramadan and the Eid al -Fitr celebrations which mark the end of Ramadan. The children were lucky enough to have a […]Read More Summer RE so far….
This afternoon, our school council members went to the Lee Green community centre to meet up with some older residents living locally to find out a bit more about their lives. They asked questions and listened attentively! As one resident commented, “they are very patient listeners and confident at talking with adults.”Read More Intergenerational meeting