Haringey’s road safety team visited the school and reminded us all of ways to keep safe when making our way to and from school.
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This week’s newsletter: Newsletter – 27th March 2015
Day 5 – Friday 27th March 2015 It’s our last day here so we’re a bit sad. And very, very exhausted. We dragged ourselves to our last breakfast and took the buses into Abergavenny. It’s a really historic town with castle ruins to visit. There was a stall for souvenirs and then we visited the… Read more »
Day 4 – Thursday 26th March 2015 Today was memorable, and a lot of fears were faced. Everyone said we were very brave. Today was High Ropes and Canoeing. Did you know that there a three important pieces of equipment to climb and abseil? They are called… After learning all that, we played a fun… Read more »
It rained a lot yesterday but today was sunny all day! One activity was Big Pit, a massive mine on the hillside where they dug up coal and iron years ago. It must have been awful to work down the without lights, and with all the risk of cave ins and fires. We were safe… Read more »
Day 2 – Tuesday 24th March 2015 Today we had an epic adventure at the Gower Coast. We learned about coasts in the Autumn term, but finally got the chance to see one in all its glory. Both groups went together on mini buses, and explored the rock pools. See what we found! Before that,… Read more »
Day 1 – Monday 23rd March 2015 The hours and the miles flew by as our class travelled to our destination… Pendarren House in the South East of Wales. On the journey, we chatted and read while Mr Latheron tried to sleep. He seemed greatly relieved when we finally arrived. As soon as we arrived… Read more »
These important meetings for parents, children and staff will take place on the afternoons of Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th March.
Over the past months, we have been setting up Lego clubs at lunchtime – they are now running across the school. Each day different groups of pupils get the chance to design and create their own Lego world. Its a great opportunity for pupils to work collaboratively with peers, to discuss ideas which can then became the stimulus… Read more »
On Tuesday 10th March, Andy Instone, the Street Dance instructor from the Young Voices concert, came to school to teach our Year 6 classes about the history of street dance and to help them learn some key dance moves. The children had a great time during this informative and fun class.