All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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We have had a wonderful half term with lots of very exciting activities and events. It has been wonderful to see the children learning each day and making great progress in their lessons. I hope you all have a wonderful rest over the half term holidays. Please look at the diary dates for next half […]

This week Y2, Y3 and Y4 had amazing air pollution workshops. They had lots of fun and learnt so much about what air pollution is and how it can affect us. On Tuesday, it was wonderful to see the whole school completing fitness challenges. From our Reception children to our Year 6 children, there was […]

We have been off to a very busy start this week! We, like the rest of the school, have studied the book ‘The Story machine’ using ideas from that we wrote different sentences using grammar we remembered from previous years about one object to create a pictures made out of words just like Elliot does […]

What a busy week- again! On Monday Paul Lyalls shared his poetry with the school through an assembly and during individual class workshops. The children loved listening to him perform. On Tuesday, Year 5 and Year 6 were led in ‘Just Enough’ workshops. Please ask your child for more information about this. On Wednesday Y4 […]

We have been very busy in Form Three learning about the Ancient Egyptians and practising for our class assembly. In English we have written a report on the importance of the River Nile, a riddle about Egyptian gods and a re-telling of an Egyptian myth. We have been immersing our ourselves in poetry as part […]

In Form 1 we have been looking at number bonds to 5 and 10 in maths. We have continued to think about our topic, ‘food’ and incorporated this into our learning. We made smoothies at the end of last week using fresh fruit and milk. We also enjoyed a taste test of raisins and grapes and generated describing […]

During our first week back we have been reading The Story Machine by Tom Mclaughlin. It is about a boy called Elliot who found an old type writer and discovered he could make pictures on it that tell stories. We investigated nouns that begin with each letter of the alphabet then used these to help […]

We’re working hard in Form 5 this week! In Science we have been learning about types of flowering and non-flowering plants. We took a flowering plant and made some stem and leaf cuttings from it, then transferred these to new pots to try and grow them! You can see a picture of them here. Rehearsals […]

This week has been jam packed with learning. It was great to welcome our London Diocese Board for Schools advisor into school on Wednesday. She had a great day spending time in classes and seeing all the learning that was taking place. Our children behaved excellently and were fantastic St George’s ambassadors- so well done […]

What a busy week we have had! Next week we have a visit from ‘The Passage’ a homeless shelter in Westminster. They will be leading our Collective Worship on Monday. On Tuesday we have our parent workshops; phonics and reading for Reception and Year One parents and mathematics (Abacus) for Year 2 to Year 6 […]

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