Year 6 and the school councillors of Buttercup, visited the Parliament in Westminster to learn what takes place there and how it happens. They were able to sit in the different rooms in the house of Parliament and learn how bills and laws are passed. They even reenacted the different stages in creating a new […]
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‘1001 Science Journeys from Alchemy to Chemistry’ event The Year 5 children had an amazing day at the Royal Society of Chemistry where they watched a live show about the famous Jabir ibn Hayyan and his successor, Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, who developed new ways of classifying substances and organising chemical knowledge. They then took […]
On the 28th November 2019, KS1 took a trip to the Discover Children’s Story Centre in Stratford as part of their story-writing topic in English. They enjoyed dressing up as different characters and creating their very own stories with their friends.
During Maths Week, KS1 used their knowledge of various mathematical concepts to create gingerbread bears to sell in the food fair. They also enjoyed playing maths games with their friends and being able to apply their learning to real-life situations.
During Maths week, the year 5 & 6 were using estimation to solve real life problems. They learnt the approximations of different weights and capacities to enable them to estimate the amount for each ingredient before actually measuring them. The question is how close were they in their estimations and how yummy were their pizzas?
As part of Maths week, ‘Maths is everywhere,’ Year 3 & 4 learnt about ‘Data Handling.’ Their lessons revolved around real life Maths based activities where they conducted a survey on sweets and collected and gathered data from around the school, to find out which sweets were most popular amongst the students and which were […]
We celebrated the end of Maths week with a bang! The children were invited to take part in a Maths hat competition to design and make their own hat inspired by the Maths topics they have been learning at school. We saw shape hats, number hats, time hats, weighing hats amongst others. We were really […]
Each class worked on a topic for Maths week. As a result of the learning, each class produced different food items to be sold in the food fair. Early years made fruit kebabs, Yr 1 and 2 made ginger bread cookies, Year 3 and 4 made sweet cones and Yr 5 and 6 made pizza. […]
For anti-bullying week KS1 did a variety of activities in order to understand how children can choose kindness in any and every case. Our main focus has been to see how change starts within ourselves and how our own actions have a knock-on effect on how we interact with others. Some of these activities included: […]
Year 5 & 6 had a fantastic time at the William Morris Gallery, learning about creating patterns through block printing as the famous British artist William Morris from Walthamstow once did. In DT the children have been exploring textiles and patterns which has enabled them to now create their own patterns on accessories as part […]
For anti bullying day we invited the children to show an act of kindness by bringing an extra piece of fruit to share with their class. We had an overwhelming response and ended up having a fruit party in every class! The children watched videos about anti bullying week and discussed ways in which we […]
The Year 3 & 4 took part in a nature walk in Swedenborg Gardens with a local organisation (Nature and US). The children had a short talk with the leaders and then began their walk. They discovered various insects such as ladybirds, spiders and worms. They found out that all male spiders die in the […]
Guess what I am? My home is the bottom of someone’s meaningful heart. Born from the thought of someone’s pondering brain. Begun from someone’s lyrical words. And then formed from a writers enchanted pen, I came. Guess what I am? From the top of the Azure sea. To the bottom of someone’s soft heart. Travelling […]
The Early Years foundation stage had special visitors, the owls from the Kent owls academy. We had an exciting time observing them fly silently in our classroom. We learnt many interesting facts about them, and we also had a chance to hold them and feel them too!too.Have a look.
Two of our children from Year 6 were lucky enough to take part in a special workshop run by a leading performance poet, Neal Zetter. They got the opportunity to write their own poems and perform poetry with a group. Neal inspired children to use their imaginations and use creative language to express themselves through […]
This term we have been encouraging children to become confident public speakers. Every Friday, The boys and girls in upper key stage 2 have the opportunity to take part in performing the Kuthba (For public proclaiming in the Islamic tradition) for the boys, and Naseeha (Giving advice )for the girls. Children are encouraged to plan […]
For pioneering personalities week the Early Years focused on the importance of mothers. We organised workshops where the mums were invited to come in and spend time doing arts and crafts with their children. The children learnt the ‘Mother’ nasheed and sang it to their beautiful mothers. It was a wonderful sight to see!
We ended the week with an amazing assembly where children from each class presented their pioneering personality. The children highlighted key facts about the lives of these special people and show cased their fantastic art work . Well done to all the children for putting so much effort into this week.
- January 20, 2020Science Week
- February 17, 2020Half term holiday
- February 17, 2020Holiday
- March 9, 2020Book week
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181 Cannon Street Road
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