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Enrichment Programme 2017/2018

We are pleased to say our enrichment programme for 2017/2018 is now complete and has been sent home to parents. Mrs Amos has been working hard to organise exciting and diverse opportunities for our children and as you look through the programme you will see some new additions which include a trip to Harry Potter World and School of Rock! Letters to parents will follow throughout the course of the next academic year to apply or register an interest in some of the opportunities we have to offer.
Please click on the link below to see the full enrichment programme.

Enrichment Programme 2017/2018

Visit to The Houses of Parliament

On Monday we were very fortunate to have the opportunity to take our School Council to The Houses of Parliament. We set off in the mini bus and headed to the 02 Arena. From here we caught the Thames Clipper to Westminster. We made our way to the Education Centre. A beautiful park outside here allowed the children to  eat their lunch with this historic building behind them. We made our way through security and met our guide. We entered the Houses of Parliament via the sovereign entrance, which is used by the Queen at the State opening of Parliament.

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Year 5 Bushcraft Trip

Our children in Year 5 set off on a camping adventure to Bushcraft in Hatfield Woods last week. For many it was their first time away from home so there was a mixture of nerves and excitement. Thankfully the sun was shining and after dropping off their belongings the children got the chance to learn new skills like making and lighting fires, under the watchful eye of the Bushcraft team leaders of course!

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Year 6 Victorian Day

On Monday the children in Year 6 got the chance to take on the role of a Victorian school child. By the end of the day, the children experienced needlework, botany, created zoetropes, recited their times tables and the Lord’s Prayer and finally they used a quill and ink for handwriting practise.

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School Representatives

We are proud to present our new School Representatives for this year.The children will be supporting and representing the school at a number of events throughout the year.
One of their key roles is to guide visitors to the school on a tour where they ably and eloquently share their knowledge and answer questions with confidence. We are sure that they will take on the role with pride.

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