Y6 have been making their Christmas cards for the Bromley Christmas Card Project. They have written kind messages to people who may be lonely at this time of year. This also links to our value of kindness.


Y4 Takin class had a wonderful trip to Pizza Express last week. They made pizzas, thinking about food hygiene, ingredient sources and links to their learning about Italy! 🇮🇹 🍕


Y3 had a fun, engaging and memorable PSHE Education workshops that helped our children to understand the importance of promoting positive behaviour,  mental health, wellbeing, resilience and achievement.


This week Year 5 have refined their chopping skills by learning three new techniques. They learnt how to rough chop, dice and julienne potatoes and carrots 🥕


Nursery have been exploring different materials, developing their ideas of how to use them and what to make.


Reception have been enjoying their new home corner and making some Christmas decorations. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.. 🎄


Y6 enjoyed their time on the Life Bus today, thinking about decisions, influences and good choices around peer pressure.


Y3 had a wonderful trip to Dulwich Picture Gallery last week. They took part in a mark making session in an art studio, as well as observing pieces of art in the gallery. 🖼️🖌️🎨


Y5 have had a great day visiting Tate Modern. They thought about how the art made them feel and what media was used to create them. 🎨🖌️🖼️


We’ve had a wonderful day celebrating children in need, wearing spots and Pudsey colours!


Some children have been writing some beautiful Remembrance Day poems!


Don't forget it is Children in need tomorrow. You are invited to wear something spotty! Reception today made their Pudsey bear hats ready to wear!


Knitting club have started making their scarves, bags and purses. They have mastered the skills of knitting! 🧶


Amazing guys! Thanks for sharing and supporting Odd Socks Day and Anti-Bullying Week 2023! 🧦🙌❤️


This week, we are focusing on kindness and anti-bullying. Today we wore odd socks to remind us that differences are good! 🧦


Peace and light to everyone this Diwali 🪔 Reception have been embracing the light of kindness and humanity this week. Kindness is also our value of the term


EYFS have been celebrating odd socks day today, to kick off Anti-Bullying week! 🧦


EYFS celebrating Diwali and embracing kindness week.


Get your best odd socks at the ready as on Monday we will be having Odd Socks Day to celebrate everyone being unique. This day will kick off Anti-Bulling week. We can't wait to see your odd socks! 🧦


This morning we hosted a wonderful maths workshop, where Mrs Bocus spoke to parents about how to support Y4 pupils in preparation for the Multiplication check. 🧮❎

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Autumn 2 


Communication and Language

  • To continue understanding what makes a good listener and speaker.
  • To be able to speak in simple sentences mainly using correct tenses.
  • To show an interest in what they have heard to make comments and ask questions.


Physical Development

  • To use an appropriate grip when using small tools.
  • To catch and throw objects of varying sizes and materials.
  • To refine movements with confidence including skipping, hoping, and running.
  • To confidently use climbing and balancing apparatus.



  • To be able to represent and compare 1,2,3.
  • To sort circles and triangles.
  • To be able to identify shapes with four sides.
  • To use positional language.
  • To represent numbers up to 5 using one more and one less.


Expressive Arts and Design

  • To talk about design choices that they have made.
  • To explore, manipulate and combine different materials using tools safely.
  • To recognise and experiment with mixing the three primary colours.
  • To draw lines and shapes that represent objects and people.
  • To sing familiar nursery rhymes and retell stories.
  • To explore beat, rhythm and pattern using instruments and body parts.

Understanding the World

  • To talk about and celebrate their home cultures and heritage.
  • To talk about key past and present events.
  • To explore and make observations on the natural world around them.
  • To understand the importance of looking after living things.
  • To complete a simple program on electronic devices.


Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • To listen to an adult and follow simple instructions.
  • To show friendly behaviour to peers and adults in a range of ways including sharing and turn taking.
  • To know and follow class and school rules.
  • To talk about their own feelings.
  • To explore activities and try new experiences.


  • To form recognisable letters, some correctly formed.
  • To be able to write words, labels, and captions using phonemic knowledge and forming some correct letters


Key targets – Autumn 2:

Literacy – To form recognisable letters, using some correct letters.  

UTW – To be able to comment and make observations on the natural world around them.