Learning in Year 6 w/c 1.10.18

Thank you to Mrs. Sadler and all the children in 6S for such a lovely prayer service. We never knew how many important words could be made from HARVEST! The children are continuing to enjoy their learning about the sinking of The Titanic and have produced very detailed and interesting information texts about it. (They […]

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6S Prayer Service

Thank you to Miss Selman and Class 6S  for leading our prayer service this week. They spoke about the importance of Harvest time . They cleverly showed us that from the word ’HARVEST’ so many key words could be made– SHARE, STARVE, REST, HAVE, EAT.  Harvest is a time when we thank God for the […]

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6C Prayer Service

Thank you to Mrs Carruthers and Class 6C for leading our prayer service this week. They made us reflect on ‘what makes up our personal identity? They also informed us of the importance of the British Values – democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. The […]

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Learning in Year 6 w/c 17.9.18

Through their prayer service, the children in 6V explained about the importance of taking every ‘door of opportunity’ in order to be aspirational and use all the talents that God has given to us. As always, all the children in Year 6 have worked hard, with enthusiasm and determination, in all areas of the curriculum […]

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6V Prayer Service

Doors of Opportunity Thank you to Mrs Van den  Abbeele for leading our very first prayer service of the school year. They encouraged us to try new things and to take the opportunities that come our way. Why not make a decision that during this week you will try one thing that you have never […]

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Y6 Learning – Week Beginning 10/09/18

What a very productive week we all had! We completed our learning about the narrative poem ‘The Highwayman’ and showed our understanding of it by writing out the events as a descriptive story. The children all approached this task with enthusiasm and worked so well with their learning partners on their peer assessments. In numeracy […]

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E-Safety: Education for a Connected World

On Tuesday morning this week, we were thrilled to host so many parents at our first E-Safety meeting this year. We began by discussing headline issues that had emerged from a recent nationwide survey of children’s online lives and use of technology, conducted by the London Grid for Learning (LGFL) – ‘Hopes and Streams’ (attached […]

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Rights Respecting Schools – Class Charters

Many parents commented on the class charters they saw at the Curriculum Meetings this week. This was a priority for all the children and staff in each classroom. A class charter is created in collaboration with the children in a class and the adults that teach them. They agree a charter for a rights-respecting classroom. […]

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