Today some children from years 4, 5 and 6 attended a Ballet Workshop at the Lyric Theatre run by the New England Ballet Group. The children were able to watch professional dancers perform particular ballet moves and then were taught some steps themselves – it was absolutely fantastic! Well done to all the children who attended.
This week years 3-6 have been designing and producing some beautiful bag designs to be sold at the North End Road Summer Market, on Saturday 27th June.
The children have had to plan their design and then carefully reproduce this on their bags.
You can purchase these from our stall at the market on Saturday.
Come and say hello to us!
We would like to thank everyone who attended International Evening last Thursday.
There were various activities, from ‘Tin Can Alley’ to everyone’s favourite ‘Splat the Teacher!’
There were also some delicious treats and food, like candy floss, delicious burgers and hot dogs and much more.
A big well done to all the children who took part in the talent contest, it was very hard to pick a winner.
Take a look at some of the photos from the evening.
This week is our
Art & Music creative week…
It is soooo busy! There are many, many activities and trips happening this week to support our learning and understanding of art and music.
We also have many visitors coming into school: London College of Music, Percussion workshop,Indian Dance workshops, a circus workshop and some country dancing.
Maths open morning was a huge success. Parents had fun getting involved in the learning and the children showed them how it’s done!.
Thank you to all the parents who took part in our Geko Maths competition. The problems had everyone thinking and applying their mathematical knowledge, it was amazing how competitive the groups were! Here are some of the highlights from the day.
But there had to be a winner…. so well done to team J – our winning team.
Take a look at our trip to France. Both children and adults had a fantastic week exploring the historical French lands and learning about the French culture (they even tried frogs legs and snails!).
Here are the photos from the trip