In our recent ICT lessons, Form I have been consolidating their mouse and keyboard skills through the use of a simple arts package.
On Monday 14th January, Forms III & IV had a football match against Princes Risborough School.
Reception have been thinking about the changing seasons this week so after reading some stories set in winter, we decided to go on a winter walk to see what clues we could find.
Over the October half term the children in From III were challenged to create a 2D or 3D piece of art that represented Stonehenge.
Form IV have been looking at the topic ‘Passport to the World’ this term. Over the half term holiday, I set the children the task of choosing their favourite Italian landmark to present to the class!
The children in Early Years have been learning about celebrations to do with light this week.
Pre School have been very busy creating a wonderful new display around the theme of the rainbow fish to support making new friendships and managing our feelings.
On Monday, it was Form II’s turn to take assembly. This term in our history lessons, we have been learning about the Great Fire of London.
On Staurday we held a very successful Open Morning using the theme of 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle'.
This week, Form V had the challenging task of putting together an assembly very early in the autumn term, but they rose to the challenge and exceeded expectations.
On Thursday Form VI went to the Royal Institution in Mayfair to see Christopher Lloyd and his new book Absolutely Everything.
This week in Early Years, to maximise the good weather and provide a wonderful opportunity to observe the changing seasons, we have been hunting for signs of a bear in the school grounds.