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Year 6 visit Windrush Exhibition

On Thursday 18th October, our year 6 class visited St James' church which was hosting the very wonderful and poignant exhibition about the 'Windrush Generation'. The pupils enjoyed their...

Our Great Fire of London role play

In Year 2 we have been learning all about the Great Fire of London. We took part in some role play activities this week to help us understand what it must have been like to be in the middle of London whilst fire raged all around. A fire started on September 2nd in the...

Citizenship matters!

Citizenship fees poetry action briefing   4th October 10.30am – 11.30am, Home Office     What: Citizens UK members took action outside the Home Office on National Poetry Day, 4th October. Some of the participating schools had one student perform a poem they had...

Iqra Visits the Windrush Exhibition

On Monday 15th October, the two Assistant Heads attended St James’ Church, just down the road from the school, to take a look at Jim Grover’s latest exhibition, commemorating the ‘Windrush generation’, in advance of our Year 6 class’ visit on 17th October. [gallery...

Who needs pens?

We took part in 'No Pens Wednesday' on 3rd October. We had a lot of fun completing all of our learning that day without so much as even picking up a pen, let alone doing any writing! We think it should be No Pens Wednesday every week! The creation of the pen has...

Learning for the future

In year 6 we really love using the Chromebooks to help us do research into our topics. We also use them to learn about coding and to access an app called SeeSaw that allows us to share our work and idea within our class and to our teacher in a safe way. Computers have...

No Pen Wednesday!

In year 5 we really enjoyed taking part in 'No Pens Wednesday' on 3rd October. Here we are measuring each other using centimetre tape measures which really helps us to understand that maths has a practical application and is not just something you do in a workbook!...

Where’s my Mummy?

On 3.10.18 we went to the British Museum to help us with our understanding of our history topic: Ancient Egypt. We really enjoyed seeing all of the exhibits and artefacts and listening to some history experts tell us all about them. The Department of Ancient Egypt and...

Hold that pose

We welcomed Perform Drama into school on 1st October and we had a workshop. The actor helped us to take part in some drama ourselves and here you can see us in one of our freeze frame moments. Whether you’re looking for a fresh angle on a traditional topic, a fun...