Year 5 went to the Olympic park for an educational visit, we
were lucky to have Rosemary and Mike from the Canal and
River Trust who gave us a tour of the rivers and canals
whilst giving us vital information.
The Brilliant Club launch event was hosted at Goldsmith’s
University in London. The children excitedly toured the
campus with a student ambassador and participated in the
first tutorial with their PhD tutor to focus on this years
topic Politics - Power to the People.
Year 2 visited West Ham Park to experience the local
environment as part of their Geography unit.
They took part in mapping skills and orienteering activities
so they could deepen understanding of geographical language
On Monday 4th March, 5B had the opportunity to visit the
GLA. This was by far one of the best educational visits. Not
only was the visit very informative; we also had a special
tour of City hall. Although we did not see Sadiq Khan - we
thoroughly enjoyed the trip and we are very grateful for the
Year 4 travelled to St Angela’s Secondary School to watch
a dance production from children of all ages throughout the
school. It was a fantastic event which developed the
children’s awareness of different styles of dance.
Children found the show inspirational.
Year 4 visited The British Library to take part in a
workshop called ‘Map your world’. The children developed
their understanding on the purpose and styles of different
maps. Children also learnt about the biggest and the
smallest maps in the world. Finally, children participated
in several activities which aided their understanding on the
importance of perspective when drawing and reading their own
Year 5 had the opportunity to visit a Hindu Temple. This was
part of our Religion unit where we learnt about other faiths
(Hinduism). The trip was very informative and built on our
knowledge of Hinduism.
We were also very privileged to have a priest at the temple
answer our questions, as well as give us a tour of the
Year 5 visited the local library, here we had the
opportunity to listen to a librarian read a story to us. We
then borrowed books to take home. We love reading and we are
grateful for this termly opportunity.