All posts by: Matthew Jones

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On the 14th November our Head Boys and Head Girls were invited to  a memorial service for Michael Bond, the author of the Paddington stories, at St Paul’s Cathedral. The special service consisted of readings, prayers, hymns and stories. The children were able to listen to Hugh Bonneville (who plays Mr Brown in the new […]

Some of our children took part in a competition for Healthwatch called the ‘Running Pencil’ completion. One of our Y3 pupils, Penelope, won this competition and got invited to their Annual General Meeting where the Mayor of Fulham and Chelsea presented her with her certificate. Well done Penelope!

Today we woke feeling refreshed and ready for action after what one of the boys described as, ‘the best night’s sleep I have ever had’.   The ‘Nightwalk’ last night was great fun, although the weather was horrible and wet.  Mr Jones commented that in the many years that he has been coming here he has […]

So here we are sitting watching a movie whilst we wait for our evening activity- the infamous ‘Nightwalk’ -sipping on a hot chocolate.  We will shortly be embarking on a walk through the woods, in the dark (and the rain!), with just a torch and our friends to adventure with.  We will update everyone on […]

So here we are at Sayers Croft! After a slightly slow start we got here and with much excitement, settled in; unpacked our cases; made our beds and got to lunch- a nice hot jacket potato with a choice of toppings followed by flapjacks. The day progressed with orienteering sessions and then some team building […]

On Friday 20th October we had a fantastic day celebrating our International Week. Everyone came dressed up and it was wonderful to see so many different cultures celebrated through dress and costume. In the morning each class was split into 7 groups and then all the children visited each class teacher to learn about a […]

On Tuesday 17th October Form 2 and Form 5 had a visit from the London Fire Brigade to talk to them about fire safety and awareness.  The children were given practical tips and information to help them to prevent fires in their homes and explanations of what to do if there is a fire at […]

Come down to the book fair takeover where year six will be your hosts. Just imagine how funny year six will be serving you and help you find a book just for your liking. From  3:30-4:00 pm Tuesday 6th June 2017 until Friday 9th June MAKE SURE YOU COME TO THE BOOK FAIR GET YOUR […]

On Monday we spent the morning working together as a whole school. We visited 7 different workshops all based on the Easter story. Each class teacher led a workshop and all the children were mixed up. We talked about the Easter story form Palm Sunday up to the Resurrection. We acted out parts of the […]

On Friday 24th March we celebrated our value of forgiveness. We invited parents into our classes so they could share in our learning. Each class completed a different activity. Some of us taught our parents a song about forgiveness, some of us completed art work with our parents- we made forgiveness hands which hugged people. […]