With SATs week for KS2 looming, it is important that all parents and a full understanding of what will be taking place during this very important week.
This afternoon, the children in the art block were working on creating some amazing mosaics of ancient Aztec Gods. In particular, Chantico; the Goddess of the hearth.
Over the nest two days, Larch, Chestnut and Redwood classes will be working with the Bikeability team. Bikeability is today’s cycle training programme. It’s like cycling proficiency,
Our Easter Craft Fair Extravaganza this evening was a huge success. The hall was packed with exciting crafts for the children and parents to take
We visited the Art Block again today and caught up with a class who were busy making some rather exciting bags specifically for the forthcoming Easter celebrations.
Dear Parents, As promised last week, we now have some pictures of our KS1 children visiting the world renowned Natural History Museum in Kensington, London. In these pictures,
On Friday 9th March 2018 a group of 5 children went and visited West Ham Foundation (a trainee college for footballers) along with 3 other schools. There they learnt about some of the activities that
As you will know, we have been keeping a keen eye on the many exciting things happening in the Art Class, which includes some rather fantastic clay pots created by Oak Class.
On Thursday 22nd March 2018, St Paul’s Primary School will be hosting its annual Easter Extravaganza in the Hall from 4:30pm through to 6pm.
On 20th March 2018, our KS1 classes will be visiting the world famous Natural History Museum in Kensington, London. This visit is part of their literacy project covering both