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 week, as part of our Black History Month celebrations, Year 5 have been learning about The Empire Windrush. We discussed why people may have moved from the Caribbean to the UK after WW2 and talked about some of the difficulties as well as the positives. As part of our learning, we read a poem […]Read More The Empire Windrush
As part of our Black History celebrations we have been inspired by Louis Armstrong to create our own verses to the song “What a Wonderful World.” Here are just two of our wonderful lyricists!Read More Louis Armstrong Inspired Poetry in Year 2
Yesterday was national poetry day and we celebrated with a special assembly that included a range of poetry read and performed by pupils and teachers. Mr Demeger performed a classic! Miss Higgitt read a poem written by a boy with Asperger syndrome and some children from Y4 read poems they wrote in the same style.Read More National poetry day
Inspired by our recent learning about WW2, we decided to create our own newspapers based on the events directly after Black Saturday (the first night of the Blitz). We learnt a range of ICT skills, shortcuts and word processing tricks.Read More Year 6: WW2 Newspapers
This morning Year 1 & 2 visited the Unicorn theatre to see a fantastic production of Anansi the Spider. The children loved the show and we are all looking forward to learning more about the stories in class. A big thank you to the parents who came along too.Read More Anansi the Spider
Are you fed up of boring sandwiches? Then come to Year 4 to check out their BRAND NEW COOKBOOK! Featuring the most delicious sandwich recipes of the century, you’ll never have to eat a boring egg cress sandwich again!Read More Hungry?
Year 2 have written some creative poems about the Great Fire, thinking carefully about their powerful verbs. They thought about life in 1666, the bakery, the fire, the people and their reactions and the ending of the fire.Read More The Great Fire of London Poetry Year 2