Christ the Saviour Staff have successfully defended their title, at the Ealing Primary Schools Football Association Tournament.
Year 6 celebrated the end of their SATs papers with a trip to Walpole Park.
Children from Year 3 had a lively morning at Pizza Express, tasting the fresh ingredients, learning about good food, and making their own Italian pizza.
Reception children have been learning about the lifecycle of a Tadpole.
The children enjoyed a fun filled Viking day!
The Big Write is a one hour session where the lights are dimmed, calming music plays, candles burn, and pupils write freely on a topic they have discussed as homework in the week before. It is a great opportunity to encourage talk across the community, and develops a very strong sense of writer's voice and some wider 'big issues'.
Year 3 had a fantastic Egyptian Day which included dressing up, making jewellery and mummification.
Year 6 have made some super slippers in DT this year.
Children in nursery class have been developing rhythm through a riveting drumming workshop which had as much laughter as it did drumming!
WE Day makes doing good, doable. Our school council were invited to take part in 'We Day' because of their hard work on raising the profile of loneliness within the local community
One of our parents gave up her GP practice this morning to come back to school. Read more here . . .
Year 5 spent a wonderful day immersed in the world of books
We were delighted to be given a two-page spread in this season's edition of the The Line - a local magazine.
Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed celebrating World Book Day.