I hope you’re all having a wonderful week! I wanted to share with you what we’ve been up to in nursery this week. We have been diving into the delightful story of ‘The Pig in the Pond,’ sparking the children’s imaginations through role play, word writing, and exciting reading adventures. It’s been such a joy to see their enthusiasm and engagement with the story. Looking forward to more fun and learning ahead!

Welcome back to spring term 2. We have some exciting events to look forward to this half term and the children are really excited  about them. We are  we are particularly excited in year 3 because we have started to learn to play the ukelele. All children in year 3 will have weekly lessons for ten weeks.






This half term we will be focusing on the Tudors as our history topic.  So far, the children have learned about how the Tudor period began, through learning about the War of the Roses and the impact they have on our lives today.  As part of this topic, we will be visiting the National Portrait Gallery to look at portraits of the Tudor Monarchs. Look out for the pictures next week.


In writing, children will learn write letters using the  Tudor period as a  context and a recount of the British Navy’s battle with the Spanish Armada .


We will be learning about fractions and measurement. Much of the learning for the spring term closely links to your child’s knowledge and understanding of their multiplication and division facts, so it is important that you ensure that your child practices his or her times table at home.


P.E. will now take place every Wednesday this half term.  Please ensure that your child has their full P.E. kit on that day.


For science this half term, we will be learning about the function of the human skeleton and muscles.  They will also learn about the function of plants and the different ways they disperse their seeds.  Maybe you could support your child by asking them how the acronym SPaM is used to help them remember the function of the skeleton.


Finally, I would like to remind you about reading.  Children’s books are changed every Tuesday and Friday.  Please could you ensure that your child reads every day and that their reading records are signed. Thank you to all of you who have chosen to do this regularly.


It is a busy time in Year 4 at the moment as we have also been taking part in cricket lessons. Last week, everyone had fun practising their throwing and catching skills and playing a range of different games.


This week, Hubble class finished off their cooking lessons with the Flygerians at South London Gallery. We hope everyone at home enjoyed sampling the delicious food.

  We began the term setting new year resolutions! What are your goals for 2024?

We invite our nursery children to dress in their pyjamas on Wednesday, 6th March, as we celebrate World Book Day and discuss their favourite bedtime stories. It will be a fun-filled day with lots of arts and crafts activities centred around World Book Day.

Our nursery children are delighting in the experience of listening to captivating stories being read aloud, while also seizing the opportunity to independently access books from our library corner. Please help your child foster a love for reading by reading at home with them. Why not take your child to the local library and discuss what a library is?

Our nursery children are on an exciting journey of discovery as they learn to count to 10 and beyond, using the natural world around them, loose parts. as well as building blocks and Lego bricks. Please continue to help your child at home with their counting and recognising the numbers.

We thank you for your continued support.

Welcome back to Spring 1! We are diving into lessons about healthy eating and growth. This week, we’ve been immersed in the story of “Oliver’s Vegetables.” The children have been enjoying tasting various fruits, crafting their healthy eating plates, designing their own vegetables, role playing at a dental surgery and engaging in discussions about healthy and unhealthy foods during circle time.



Today we learnt all the countries in South America and then used coloured card to make the different flags.