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Museum of London - posted 20th May

Year 6 took part in a workshop: Locks, Lifting and Load. We discovered the secrets of the 200-year-old sugar warehouse and the people who worked there. We also explored the technology that helped unload and transport the heavy cargo that arrived in London's docks from around the world. We uncovered how locks helped ships move in and out of the docks from the Thames and learnt how levers and pulleys put the science of forces and motion to good use!

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Great Fire of London - posted 13th Mar

As part of their History unit, year 2 have been learning about the Great Fire of London. We visited central London and had a workshop all about the great fire. We used ink and feather pens. We dressed up and we saw some important landmarks.

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Youth Ensemble Scheme - YES! - posted 6th Mar

We are lucky to be part of the YES! Music Project (Youth Ensembles Scheme) that supports music leaders to lead high quality group music opportunities for their students, with a focus on creative, student-led music making. On Tuesday 5th March, pupils from the Strings & Flute clubs, plus some year 4 pupils, attended the launch event at the Stratford Youth Zone.

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Unicorn Theatre Trip for Reception - posted 5th Mar

It was a very exciting adventure going on our first trip in Reception. A special coach took us to the Unicorn Theatre and where we enjoyed a special production of the Three Billy Goats Gruff. It was very funny and full of fantastic songs and excellent dancing by all the actors. We really enjoyed it!

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Year 4 Visit to the Roman Amphitheatre at Guildhall - posted 6th Feb

Year 4 pupils explored a real archaeological site and handled some genuine Roman artefacts under the supervision of a trained archaeologist. They learnt that the Romans were good builders as well as good fighters. The pupils investigated a variety of artefacts such as coins, rocks and pottery and discussed their material, purpose and what they might have looked like in Roman times. It was a great experience to discover life in the capital nearly 2000 years ago!

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Year 4 visit to the Gurdwara temple - posted 6th Feb

The children visited the Gurdwara temple where Sikhs go to worship their God. They learnt that Sikhs believe in only one God, the Creator, and that there are two ways of praising: kneeling down and bowing your head or if you cannot kneel down you just bow and join your hands.

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Theatre Visit - posted 29th Jan

Year 5 enjoyed a trip to Stratford to watch an interesting play, The Very Old Man with Enormous Wings. The play explored the theme of unity and people living together and coexisting despite differences.

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City Hall - for Citizenship Weeks - posted 29th Jan

Year 5 went to City Hall last week and we’re lucky enough to meet some Mayors of different boroughs in London! We learned a lot about how the decisions in London are made and discussed what we would do as Prime Minister. We even saw the Mayor of London, and we got a wave from him. It was really interesting and we were able to link our debating citizenship work to how politicians debate today.

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