- Learning about Buddhism
- Come and join ParentGym
- Advance notices: General Election
Click to read Newsletter 24th April 2015
Reception classes will be visiting Pizza Express in Canary Wharf where they will have the opportunity to learn how to make pizzas!
Each class is going on a different day:
- Alicia’s class – Wednesday 29th April
- Christina’s class – Tuesday 5th May
- Rasheda’s class – Wednesday 3rd June.
There are a limited number of places available for parents/carers who would like to accompany the pupils on these visits. Please complete the form which was sent out to Reception pupils on Tuesday 21st April and return it to your child’s class teacher.
Pupils and parents from the Deaf Support Base recently had an amazing opportunity to attend an Alice in Wonderland Tea party at the Radisson Blu Hotel, sponsored by the DLR.
The pupils took part in face painting and cake decorating, as well as enjoying a High Tea.
On Monday 23rd March, our KS1 and KS2 pupils took part in a celebratory drumming performance to showcase all they have been learning to play this term in their instrumental lessons each week with our specialist African drumming tutor Joe Allen.
Each class performed a different piece they had devised during their lessons with Joe and the results were fantastic! All pupils played with excellent skill and concentration and it was a great thrill for them all to perform in front of the rest of the school. Well done everyone!
Here is the Governors’ termly newsletter for Spring 2015.
- Results and Progress across school judged as ‘outstanding’
- Final phase of playground development
- Featured Governor, Amanda Fox
- Mercers’ ICT and Inclusion Project
- Happy Puzzle Company workshops
- Global Money Week photos
- Spring Break dates
- Advance notices: Pupil Photographs and the General Election
Click to read Newsletter 20th March 2015
This is a reminder to all parents/carers of nursery children. The nursery is closed all week from Monday 23rd March. Nursery reopens after Spring Break to all pupils on Tuesday 14th April.
On Tuesday 17th March, parents gathered in the hall to learn more about how they can keep their children safe online. The leader asked the parents questions throughout the session as he discussed: social media, parental controls, cyber bullying and online friends.
A few key points to take away: Do you know the sites your child/ren visit? Do you know their passwords? Who are their online friends? Have you set up parental controls?
A leaflet for all parents will be handed out during the Summer term so do read it and ask your child’s teacher if you have any questions.
The Internet can be a wonderful tool, if we keep ourselves protected.
- World Book Day Photos
- Global Money Week Assembly
- Red Nose Day – 13th March
- Star pupils