Forgiveness photography

Our task today was to capture a photograph that told a story of forgiveness. We tried to get the perfect composition, exposure, light and shade to capture the right mood and then we edited our photos back in the classroom to make them wonderful pieces of art.

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Seed Dispersal – why and how?

As part of our Science work on Plants we have been looking at the role of flowers and seeds in the life cycle of a flowering plant. We talked about germination and remembered what our cress seeds looked like. Then we talked about growth, flowering, pollination, seed formation and finally, seed dispersal. There are many […]

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Year 5’s class assembly

Another big well done to Year 5 who had their class assembly this morning. The class showed nothing but enthusiasm throughout the process and certainly rose to the occasion! A special shout out to the dancers who choreographed their dance to Beastie Boys ‘Intergalactic’ with creativity and flair! The rendition of the poem ‘Gran Can […]

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The Riot Act

This afternoon Year 5 and 6 took part in a workshop on road safety. The show was very engaging and had a very important message about staying safe on the roads of London!

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Awful Aunts – the forgotten sister

Year 3 have just started reading James and the Giant Peach and we’ve decided that James’s awful aunts aren’t quit awful enough on their own. Inspired by Ronald Dahl’s wonderful language (and the glorious sunshine) we have started to make up a new, long-lost sister for the terrible twosome of Sponge and Spiker. You’d better […]

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Icarus at The Unicorn Theatre

In preparation for next term’s topic of the Ancient Greeks, Year 5 visited The Unicorn Theatre to watch a modernised version of Icarus. The children all decided that they particularly enjoyed the lighting and the set and look forward to finding out more in the summer!

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