The week beginning 27th June was Arts Week and we had an artist in resident come to visit us and work with the children on various aspects of art. Each class studied a famous artist and really enjoyed the week’s arts activities.
On Friday 1 July the morning and afternoon Nursery children performed their assembly. The children were very confident in their speaking and reading skills painted some wonderful painting of the animals they saw on their trip to Hounslow Urban Farm. Thank you to all the parents who attended the assembly.
On Thursday 16th June, Ash class performed their class assembly on mini-beasts. The assembly was really enjoyed by everyone. Well done to all the children in Ash class for being so confident in front of large audience!
On Friday 17th June Years 5 and 6 had workshops led by the NSPCC after a whole school assembly.
On Friday 10th June we had a wonderful special lunch to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday ! A big thank you to Leah, our Head Chef for organising this event and making a delicious lunch.
On Monday 6th June we had a special assembly led by the NSPCC about Anti-Bullying.
On Tuesday 24th May we held a whole school Music Assembly where the children showcased their musical talents!
On Thursday 19th May the children enjoyed a special Greek meal for lunch. They really enjoyed tasting food from another country. Thank you to the cooks for organising this meal for the children and staff.
On Thursday 19th May the staff held a Curriculum Evening for the parents and carers to explain the new assessment and reporting arrangements that the school has devised to ensure that all pupils make progress in the new National Curriculum.
Years 4 and 5 have been involved in the Best Sports coaching Programme and the children have been very fortunate in having specialised sports coaches teaching them different skills to enable them to become better players.
The Walking Bus this summer term was a great success. Many thanks to Mrs Bush, our Travel Plan Coordinator for leading on this and thank you to all the staff who have helped to make this so successful.
On Monday 25th April we had a special assembly led by Mr Peter Levy, a representative from the Harrow Food Bank. He told the children all about who the Food Bank works and how hundreds of people it helps in Harrow and we can become involved in helping and supporting those in need with in our local community.
On Thursday 21st April, the school held an Information Evening for Year 1 parents on the Phonics Screening Check which will take place in June. Thank you to all the parents and carers who we able to attend this evening and thank you to Miss Veghela and Miss Pedersen for leading the session.
The week beginning 18th April marked the beginning of our new hot meals service being cooked on our premises in our new keitchen. The children really enjoyed the meals that were being served. A special thank you to Pride Caterers who have been commissioned by the school to provide this service.