On Tuesday, Year 5 travelled to the East End to visit The Ragged School. They all embraced the opportunity to dress up as Victorian children and experienced what life would have been like for a child over 100 years ago. Copperplate lettering, mnemonics and arithmetic were on the schedule for the day. They decided St […]Read More An exceptionally busy week for Year 5!
Year 6 explored the ‘Turning Points’ exhibition where they were set the challenge of finding information about various WW2 items. Also, we visited ‘A Family in Wartime’ exhibition which showed how a family from South London dealt with the hardships of war.Read More Year 6: Imperial War Museum
Reception visited the Horniman Museum and had great fun looking at all the fascinating exhibits and bones of different creatures as well as participating in a music workshop. We saw a diver working in the tank when we explored the Aquarium. We counted jellyfish and Nemo lookalikes!Read More Reception’s first class trip
Today Year 2 travelled to the centre of London to visit the Great Fire of London exhibition at the museum. They tried on fire equipment from the time, looked at paintings and other artefacts from the time of the Great Fire. After that, they walked to the Monument and to see Pudding Lane.Read More Year 2 Trip to the Museum of London
Year 6 had a great day visiting the Churchill War Rooms and HQS Wellington as part of this term’s theme. We learned all about Churchill’s wartime strategic planning, how War ships were used in the Second World War and how they communicated.Read More Churchill War Rooms & HQS Wellington
We’ve had such a busy start to the year, we’ve barely had time to tell you about it! We had our first trip last week, to Crofton Roman Villa, in Orpington, where we looked at the remains of a Villa which had lain buried underground for hundreds of years. We made mosaics, did brass rubbings, […]Read More Year 3 visit Crofton Roman Villa
Reception have helped to make a dinosaur 🦕🦖 small world filled with herbs from the garden.Read More There are dinosaurs in our garden!
What a busy week we have had! Activities on our carousel this week included practising writing our numbers, making a prediction as to which material will make the best umbrella in our Science experiment next week, playing “forfeit” Snakes and Ladders where the forfeits are active tasks, making collage letters in Art and putting the […]Read More Year 2 Carousel
Year 5’s topic this half term is The Victorians. Take a look at our Lowry inspired artwork using pastels. This afternoon we examined some Victorian objects and tried to work out what they were used for.Read More What did the Victorians do for us?
Celebration of the men commemorated in the St Margaret’s Church WWI memorial In St Margaret’s Church we have a memorial to the young men who became soldiers and sailors between 1914 and 1918. They went to fight in World War I to help protect their families back home in London. The memorial names young men […]Read More WWI memorial