All posts by: Tony Cavallo

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3B had an amazing experience at the Dulwich Picture Gallery this week. The children had the opportunity to learn about different ways to create mythical creatures. We used collage and scratch cards to create our friendly beasts. We enjoyed using different techniques and learning how people create and illustrate creatures to match stories.  ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” […]

On Friday the 29th of June 2018 class 3B visited the Crofton Roman Villa. In year 3 we are learning about Ancient Greece and how people lived in those days. On our trip we were observing the similarities and differences between the Ancient Greeks and the Romans. We examined the pots that had been excavated at the […]

Dear Parents and Carers It is always lovely to begin a Friday with a celebration assembly. The teachers and teaching assistants are finding it harder and harder to select just 2 children from each class as they can see that so many children have made great progress since the beginning of the year! Very well […]

This week our Year 4 class attended their first cricket tournament at Wickham Park. As well as amazing weather, our team of budding cricketers put in a great effort for what was their first ever tournament. Well done year 4! We took a few pictures of the team, which can be see in the gallery […]

On Friday the 8th of June 2018, year 3 created some delicious Greek foods, to go with our topic of Ancient Greece. The children thoroughly enjoyed chopping and mixing foods together to create; a salad with olives and feta cheese, pita bread with tuna and mayonnaise, a lettuce salad with an olive oil dressing and to finish […]

On Monday 21st our year five pupils enjoyed Japanese Day as part of their current project on Japan. The children undertook a plethora of fun and exciting workshops such as: Counting to 10 in Japanese Japanese traditional dress School life in Japan and Origami – The art of paper folding The children really enjoyed the […]

This week the school council worked with the area manager of Nourish who popped into Worsley Bridge Primary School to help taste food for next term’s menu. The children worked very hard as they had a very important and challenging job to appraise four foods​ and provide comments on each. We took a few pictures […]

On Tuesday 22nd May 2018, Year 4 visited Hampton Court; one of the most beloved homes of the great Tudor King, Henry VIII. The trip was to support our learning of the Tudors. It was a thoroughly insightful allowing children access to Henry VIII’s great palace. We explored the great hall, Tudor kitchens and beautiful […]

Dear Parents and Carers, I would like to start today’s letter by saying well done to Year 6 for their excellent attitudes and resilience this week as they took their SATs tests. The children came into school early to enjoy breakfast together with members of staff. The atmosphere was fantastic and the children were incredibly […]

Dear Parents and Carers, At our last parent’s evening over 200 families responded to our questionnaire to tell us how they thought we are doing! These surveys are very valuable to us because they help us to identify our strengths but more importantly any areas that are of concern to you. I am delighted to […]