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23
June
2020

The importance of relationships

On Friday, during our Primary Assembly, we talked about the importance of relationships. We discussed that families come in different shapes and sizes and that they protect and love us. The children enjoyed talking about why their family is special to them and what creates a `happy home`.

 
We then spent some time thinking about friendships; the qualities that make a good friend, how we can resolve issues that arise in our relationships and how friendships can change over time. The Year 5 & 6 students helped remind the students about the importance of online safety, using their fabulous IT skills to produce a slideshow and quiz.
 
Well done to our Learners of the Week; Year 1 - Benedict, Year 2 - Ella, Year 3 - Oscar, Year 4 - Rustam, Year 5 - Momo & Year 6 - Eugenia.
 
We are proud of you all!

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The importance of relationships

Categories: Academic

19
May
2020

French with Year 5 & 6

This term we are learning about recycling; looking at how to manage the different types of rubbish, which materials go in which bins. We also talked about the energy created, like the strength of the water, the wind, the sun and from humans. The students watched a video about a man in Africa who was not happy to see people leaving their old tires in the street, so he opened a workshop to give a second life to these tires. He built for example an amazing table. The students in Year 5 & 6 had to make a presentation by giving a second life to these objects that should have ended up in the bin. Liza, Nana and Sven are going to share with you some really good ideas that you can try to do at home.

 

French with Year 5 & 6

Categories: Academic

18
May
2020

People Who Help Us

Last week, the Primary Assembly was all about People Who Help Us. It was International Nurses Day on Tuesday 12th May, in recognition of this we talked about Florence Nightingale and watched a video especially recorded for us by a nurse who works for the British Army. We learnt about her role and we talked about how we can show our solidarity to the medical staff around the world by applauding them at the same time every week. We finished the assembly by doing a live Kahoot Quiz, all about People Who Help Us.
 
Well done to Kamilla (Year 1), Lisa (Year 2), Ruairidh (Year 3), Beth (Year 4), Tony (Year 5), Elizaveta (Year 6) who won the Online Learner Certificate this week.
 
Well done children, we are proud of you!

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Categories: Academic

07
May
2020

Distance Learning - Primary Assembly

 

A big thank you to Diana and Abigail, Drama Teachers from the UK, for joining us in our Primary Assembly today. The children enjoyed joining in with some warm up games and then they performed a short call and response extract from William Shakespear`s Macbeth.

 
Well done to Malu (Year 1 & 2), Yuzu (Year 3 & 4), Marharyta (Year 5) and Alex (Year 6) who were awarded this week`s Online Learner Certificate for their fantastic efforts and positive attitude.

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Distance Learning - Primary Assembly

Categories: Academic

12
March
2020

World Book Day

We had a fantastic week of exciting celebrations for World Book Day. Each class showed superb collaboration and communication in the door dressing competition. Most importantly, it was fun, creative and got us talking about books!

We also had a day of ‘drop everything and read’. You guessed it, when the tannoy announced ‘drop everything and read,’ that is exactly what we did. We loved having additional reading time and the excitement of never knowing when it could happen!

World Book Day

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