Nursery class have been looking at their physical development and have been learning some exciting Bollywood dances during a special workshop with a fantastic Indian theme
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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 an exciting enrichment day learning about life in the ocean. They considered how humans can negatively impact the delicate balance of ocean life. They then explored what we might do to reduce this negative impact.
We have been raising funds especially to enable girls to get equal access to an education. We continue to explore the issues of why fundraising is necessary and talking about taking action for social justice.
Year 6 enjoyed a morning of learning activities inspired by English literature as part of our 'enriching the curriculum' initiaitve
Children who submitted winning entries for the John Lewis Christmas Art Competition were invited to visit the store to see their art work on display.
Year 5 have been researching different breads from around the world - today they made their own versions!
Our elected school council went off to take part in a borough-wide debates on pressing issues. We encourage the development of strong pupil voice and we were immensely proud of our council members who challenged other delegates about the issue of 'loneliness in the community' with other schools and the wider community. Read about their proposals to tackle this aspect of local life here.
Through drama, costume and songs, 6RP really gave us all a sense of what it might have been like being a child in London in 1939. Well done everyone - great learning for us all.
Pupils got to explore aerodynamics, electricity, thermal imaging, magnetic forces, pulleys, and much more in this exciting, interactive, hands-on gallery.
Reception pupils made a class poppy wreath to remember the soldiers who fought and died in the First World War. We normally lay these at the local war memorial, but as it is undergoing renovation, we made a special place to lay our wreath.
This morning 6KW put on a fantastic assembly for parents and pupils as they challenged us to think about 'Who is your hero?' They challenged us to begin changing the world by looking at ourselves and making a start there.
Year 5 become actors, producers, make up artists, story boarders and set designers for the day. Thank you to our amazingly talented parents who work in these specialised fields. Today was inspirational!
Year 5 spent the day at the National Gallery taking part in the Talking Paintings' workshop which deepened their understandng of various paintings and helped them to tell stories about the characters.
Year 1 were set a challenge to reverse the fate of dear old Humpty Dumpty so he wouldn't break if he fell of his wall. They used their research and design skills to create a 'Humpty Dumpty Safe Box' to protect him if he fell over. How did they do? Have they stopped Humpty from cracking into pieces? Have they found a solution to this problem?
Remember, Remember the 5th of November... Giving thanks for religious tolerance and freedom in a brilliantly presented cross-curricular performance.
"Mary Anning" visited Year 3 today. Students were very excited to be able to handle fossils dating back over two hundred million years!
Year 3 are very much looking forward to singing in Mass. They have learnt their first motet and taken their cassocks and cottas for the first time. Well done everyone and thank you for making our worship at mass beautiful.
Year 3 have been celebrating black history month by looking at the contributions individuals have made. We loved your performance poetry and the confidence you are developing.
Together, we found out some interesting facts about his life and began to understand why he is such an important person. We then identified the Christian values Nelson Mandela displayed throughout his life such as perseverance, resilience and kindness.
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.
In Art and PSHE black role models have been inspiring Year 6
Year 3 became archaeologists and travelled back in time, to a time when no one could write.
What were the ideal conditions for growing the biggest sunflower?
Year 6 went on a fantastic educational visit - dressed in period costume! - to RAF Hendon today to support their study of their local history topic, Ealing in the Second World War.
Year 1 self-portraits