Class 3 had a great time at the National History Museum on their recent trip.
The final evening highlights included a bonfire and sparklers which rounded off an exciting day including a visit to the rare breeds farm park.
Well, that was quick. In the blink of an eye we're half way through the week. Everybody is still having a lovely time and we had an update from Ms Jones and Ms Caunter today. All the children had a good night's sleep. Today, the activities included a trip to the seaside.
We gathered in the main hall today to conduct our service of remembrance. We shared some prayers and bible readings. We also thought about all those who have died in war time. We fell silent at 11am.
There is no better time when thinking about war to allow our thoughts to turn to peace. Charles read a well known passage from the Gospel of Matthew- The Beatitudes.
We've just had an update from the team at Kench Hill. Everyone is having a great time. This morning activities have included orienteering and bread making. Later the children are going on a stream walk followed by a night walk and then finally they'll be writing postcards home.
So far we have been swimming and then in the evening we have enjoyed some traditional activities- weaving, drawing, sewing. This morning we fed the chickens and enjoyed a day of other activities.
Find out more about the new national curriculum assessments by watching this short video presentation from the Department for Education.
Our 2 year old's really do get out and about. Catch a glimpse of their adventures to Crystal Palace Park below.
We had a super day at the Tower Hamlets cross country race at Victoria park.
Over 500 children took part. Yearr 3 won 3rd and 7th place in the boys and girls 800m. Year 5 won 17th and 25th place in the Year 5 1500m race.
In each race there was over 50 children competing!
We took part in the Tag Rugby Festival, which involved 10 primary schools from the London borough of Tower Hamlets and City of London. It saw more than 100 children enjoy an afternoon of tag rugby organised by students from Queen Mary University and RFU coaching staff.
Click here to find out more and watch our squad in action.
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