Religious Education has got off to a great start this term. Reception are learning positive values through stories and fables from a range of religions. Their favourite so far has been the tale of the crocodile and the priest- a traditional Sikh story which teaches that being judgemental and thinking we are superior to others […]Read More RE 2023
Year 4 visited the Prince Philip Maritime Museum Collections Centre on Tuesday, to learn about maps, charts and globes. This is the storage and conservation facility for the National Maritime Museum and is a state-of-the-art facility containing well over a million artefacts. We looked at a 600-year-old vellum chart, a 400-year-old globe and the first […]Read More Maps, charts and globes for Year 4 at the PPMMCC
A special mention for Years 3 & 4 who have taken their singing to a new level this term. Incorporating some more advanced points of vocal technique they learnt to sing a selection of songs in two or more parts and then performed them to an impressive standard. Well done Years 3 & 4!Read More Years 3 & 4 Singing
On Wednesday 14th December 2pm-3pm we will be opening the doors to our Festive Food Hub at St Margaret’s Lee Church crypt. If you are in need of a little extra in your cupboards as we go into the Christmas season, please stop by. Lots of food cupboard staples, toiletries and festive treats. Thank you […]Read More Festive Food Hub
Parents and carers, I will be running the London Marathon on Sunday! I am running for St Christopher’s hospice. If anyone is planning on watching there is an app you can download (TCSLondonMarathon). My number is 16956 or you can search Charlotte Sheppard to check how I am getting on, hopefully I make it to […]Read More The London Marathon
In 2 weeks time, a group of teachers and parents will be taking to the roads of London to run 13.1 miles in the Big Half marathon to raise money for our school. We have all been training throughout the holidays, often very early to beat the heat! If you would like to sponsor the […]Read More 2 weeks until the Big Half Marathon!
Years 3 & 4 have been exploring music by the Beatles for much of this term. Both classes have been enthusiastic for the songs and learning about the band. I’m sure many would be keen to hear more songs if you would like to follow up by listening with your child during the summer holidays. […]Read More Beatlemania in Years 3 & 4
I’m really glad to hear that you are all talking about it! It’s going to be a lovely celebration. Here are some answers to your questions and I will be back on Monday if you’d like to come and talk to me about it. Is it a festival? Well, the children will be doing activities […]Read More International Day Update
Well here’s your chance! Let’s keep the celebrations going by making St M’s International Day one to remember this year. If you would like to volunteer to bring food, help on a craft stall or have an idea to share with us on how to make it an even greater day, get writing! I will […]Read More Would you like to win a bottle of champagne or a Sanctuary pamper package?
We continued our work on atmospheric perspectives by producing lunar landscapes last week. Using our knowledge of colour mixing, shades, tints and silhouettes, the children created some beautiful work, which was then admired by its namesake, when we had a surprise visit from Mr Wilson and Luna! 🐶Read More Lunar landscapes (and Luna seeing landscapes)