Month: October 2021

Windsor Castle Trip

22nd October 2021

Year 4 was delighted to visit Windsor Castle. When we arrived we had to go through security. It was like being at the airport. We headed up the hill to the castle we saw the Royal Standard flying on top of the tower that meant the queen was there, but we didn’t see her. We…

Vegetable Sculpting Competition

17th October 2021

What a wonderful half term we have had in Forest School. Time outside in the Autumn sunshine, den building and enjoying the woodland, cooking with wonderful Autumn fruits and finally the jewel in the crown – House Vegetable Sculpting. A bit different this year we have taken inspiration from Carl Warner and Giuseppe Arcimboldo and…

Queen Anne’s Percussion Workshop

16th October 2021

Last Wednesday Years 5 and 6 went to Queen Anne’s School to take part in a percussion workshop. There were quite a few other schools there. The man running the workshop was called Oliver and he had been in ‘Stomp – The Musical’. We learned lots of different pieces of percussion originating from Brazil. We…

Black History Month

7th October 2021

For Black History Month this year, each class was tasked to research and prepare information about significant black individuals. We then showcased what we learned in a special Black History Month Assembly. In our delivery, we thought about the Core British Values of individual Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance for those of different ethnic backgrounds,…

Dyslexia Week

4th October 2021

This week is Dyslexia Week. According to the British Dyslexia Association, people with dyslexia face many challenges yet feel unseen as it isn’t a visible condition. As a result, children and adults struggling with Dyslexia often feel out of place and unsupported. To raise awareness, the BDA will be focusing on different areas of Dyslexia…