Nurture Group Graduation

Today, four children and their proud parents celebrated their achievements as the children graduated from nurture group.

They were presented with their graduation diplomas.

Their fantastic graduation gowns were made by our very own Mrs Kolaj.

The ceremony was celebrated with a party and a dance off.

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Jam for the Mayor!

Some of our Year 4 students had the opportunity to go to the Whole Foods store in High Street Kensington and sell the yummy strawberry and rhubarb chutney and the strawberry jam that they had previously made in school.

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It was a fantastic day out. The Mayor of Kensington and Chelsea came to visit our stall and she bought some of our jam!

Diana Memorial Park Trip

A big thank you to all th​e parents who came on our trip to the Diana Memorial Park. The children had a great time playing on the pirate ship, in the sand and water, at the climbing area as well as the sensory area. We also enjoyed having our picnic lunch in the park! We had a brilliant day!

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Year 1 in Hyde Park

As part of their topic – Growth and Change – the children in Year 1 visited Hyde Park. They talked about the changes they noticed since their last walk in the Autumn. They observed that the leaves are now green, the weather in warmer, the grass in longer, and there are more flowers. Some children made a nature crown to show all the different plants they saw.

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Year 1 also had a special treat of ice lollies to say “Well done!” for working so hard for the Phonics Screening Check.

We had lots of fun!

We’re Going on a Tree Hunt!

This week, Apple class have been learning about trees. We named the parts of the tree and discussed the job of each part. We then explored the school grounds and tried to name the trees by observing the shapes of the leaves, the sizes of the trunks and the colours of the fruits. We found the tree after which our class is named hiding in the gardens.

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How many trees can you name?