Around the World

September 21, 2018

Our classroom ‘passports’ are beginning to gather a few stamps as we learn about various places around the world. After learning about the United Kingdom last week, we are now confident at naming all the continents and even a few oceans that we may fly over during our world travels. Henry bought in a globe […]

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Congratulations to our Ballet Stars!

Sorcha C – Primary Tap – Distinction Aaradhana S – Primary Ballet – Distinction Sorcha C – Primary Ballet – Distinction Melrose L – Pre–Primary Ballet – Merit Riann J – Pre–Primary Ballet – Merit Aiyana F – Pre–Primary Ballet – Distinction Isla C-J – Pre–Primary Ballet – Merit Olivia B – Pre–Primary Ballet – […]

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Lockdown

On Monday we rehearsed a “Lockdown” procedure that gets everyone inside the nearest building (as opposed to a Fire Drill, which gets everyone outside). We told the children that we may use this “lockdown” procedure in the case of a swarm of bees or a cloud of dense smoke coming from a fire, perhaps at […]

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iSpace – What is it all about?

I am absolutely delighted to announce that this year as part of our ‘Year of Wellbeing’ we have introduced a wellbeing programme called ‘iSpace’ from Reception to Year 6. The programme allows pupils to make sense of their feelings and emotions in a safe and nurturing environment. iSpace offers a child friendly approach to mental […]

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Sponsored Swim

All children should now have received details of the sponsored swim with their individual start times. These can be changed at parents request, although remarkably, I have only had one request so far! I hope children are all busy collecting sponsors. Any parents who wish to take part should let me know. The timetable can […]

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Wassily Kandinsky Art

September 14, 2018

The second week has proved to be just as busy as the first. The children wrote about Hansel and Gretel, using adjectives to describe the gingerbread cottage that they found. Max K described the cottage door opening…’then the doorknob twisted, an old lady appeared.’ Avyanna wrote that the children ‘gobbled the sweets greedily and then […]

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Stars of the Week

Congratulations to our Stars of the Week 2DP Aarav – Wonderful home learning and classroom topic work 2EPS/CO Olivia –  planning an illustrating a lovely healthly meal 1CF Elani – For using her sounds when reading new words 1HL Jack F –  For an enthusiastic start to Year 1 RJD Ella –  for coming into […]

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Turn off your Engines!

Please can we ask parents to turn off their engines whilst they are waiting to collect their children. It has been noted that some parents have their engines on for about  15 minutes which is not necessary. As we embark on our Year of Health & Wellbeing, we all need to be mindful of our […]

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Saturday, 6 October 2018
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