Posted on April 11, 2013 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
For the attention of all the children going to France.
I have attached the packing list as a picture on here for you, just in case.
I have been checking the weather too and it seems that it is getting better, not as cold. However, I would recommend, as I said at the meeting, that you should bring layers of clothes so you can wrap up in the colder mornings but then put them in your bag if it’s warmer during the day. (Fingers crossed)
Remember that you MUST be wearing your school jumper tomorrow!
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Posted on December 8, 2012 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
Congratulations to the winning house, Tolkien. They have shown great learning behaviour in upper school and were rewarded with a trip to ice skating. They collected hundreds of house points and were role models to children throughout the school.
We had a fantastic time skating at Somerset house on Wednesday, even if we did spend quite a lot of time on the floor! Take a look at some of the pictures from the day:
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Posted on December 3, 2012 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
Year 6 and those children who attended Miss Jackson’s ICT lunchtime club have been blogging about their favourite things!
Check out their posts and leave a reply!
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Posted on November 23, 2012 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
Your French homework is to write a short description of yourself, what colour hair & eyes you have. Whether you’re short or tall. The number of arms and legs, hopefully there is some similarity with this. . .
Use the picture to help you.
I have blue eyes = J’ai les yeux bleu
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Posted on March 27, 2012 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
Posted on January 11, 2012 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
A few children from Year 6 visited BETT today, the world’s largest ICT education fair! The children saw a
range of different products which could support our learning. Keep looking to see what’s posted!
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Posted on September 30, 2011 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
We are now in to the fourth week of the new academic year and already at Sir John Lillie, wonderful displays are appearing around school, sharing and celebrating the learning taking place everyday.
Have a look at some of these photographs;
Can you spot a display from your room? Can you think about or guess what the children have been learning?
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Posted on September 20, 2011 by sirjohnlillieprimaryschool
As you may be aware this time of year always has a flurry of activity related to the secondary transfer process for year 6 pupils. Many of you will have already been visiting secondary school’s open evenings and reading all the information in the Hammersmith & Fulham ‘Moving On’ booklet, which advises parents and children about their choices and the whole process.
On Thursday at 3pm, in the middle hall, we shall be holding a parents meeting about this process and answering any questions that you may have. Many previous parents have stated that this was a very helpful meeting to attend.
If you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to read more information then I would suggest you visit the lbhf.gov.uk website to read their advice.
You can also visit secondary schools websites and read their admissions policies.
Here is a link for you to use which states all the Hammersmith and Fulham schools taking applications.
Year 6, today, were visited by Mr Watkins for West London Free School, who came to talk about his school.
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