News and Events

Armistice Day

On Friday, 10th November we joined our fellow Deanery Schools and other Newham Schools to take part in the 99th Armistice Day in Central Park, East Ham. Armistice Day marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. A two-minute silence is held at 11am …

Black History Month

During the month of October we celebrated Black History fortnight, focusing on Black Inventors. The children have researched and made models based on the following inventors: Yr.6 -Benjamin Banneker Yr.5 –Fredrick McKinley Jones Yr.4—Lewis Latimer Yr.3– Mark Dean Yr.2-Garrett Morgan Yr.1 Philip B. Downing Reception and Nursery explored the books: Handa’s Surprise and Handa’s Hen …

Brilliant Club

A group of children from Year 5 have been working all throughout the Autumn term with a PHD tutor. They explored literature by delving “Into the forest” and analysing settings and how they influence writing. To finalise their course they had to write a 1000 word essay which was graded by their tutor following university …

Citizenship Weeks

During our annual Citizenship Weeks we looked at British values and Gospel values. This year, the theme was A Better World- something small can make a difference. We explored our Christian duty to raise the profile of personal and community responsibilities. We visited the Houses of Parliament and had a debate about recycling; the week …

World Book Week

In March, we celebrated our annual World Book Week – this year’s theme was Heroes and Villains. We had a variety of activities throughout the week to celebrate our love of reading: we visited our local library, read our favourite stories and of course had our Book Character Day! It was a fantastically exciting week!

We Love Reading

We recently had a book corner competition where children were encouraged to produce a fun, exciting and inviting book corner for their class. The children worked hard with their teachers and the following amazing creations were produced. The school council had the very difficult job of deciding which classes had the most inviting corners. What …