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06/07/20

STORY TIME: Today Mrs Meaden is reading to you. https://t.co/jPtn59xilD https://t.co/JhMsZL141q

04/07/20

To celebrate diversity this week, KS1 have been reading the story 'Mixed' by Arree Chung. They have been writing poems about 'Living together in harmony.' Take a look at some great work from our Year 2 children at home. Great work! https://t.co/FtYMOlEDJM

03/07/20

ACHIEVEMENT ASSEMBLY: Well done to all those recognised in today's assembly. There was an email fault in our system so we apologise to the parents' who were unable to join today. https://t.co/YWc1Us0xrj https://t.co/LrfSRwFLth

01/07/20

WELL-BEING WEDNESDAY:This week, meet N-Vision, here to show the children how looking to the future and picturing what is important to us, can help us stay positive. https://t.co/JqvmbRzgI8 https://t.co/FdEAbZo6nt

30/06/20

For our STEM activity this week, we have been thinking about building boats and testing how well they can float. We were also seeing how many passengers our boats could hold. Take a look at some of the great work coming in from home! https://t.co/0cASoE09uz

30/06/20

Jump Back July 2020: Daily actions to help you be more resilient in challenging times. The Action for Happiness monthly calendars are packed with actions you can take to help create a happier and kinder world. Get prepared for the month of July https://t.co/irdBhcuadw

29/06/20

Show your support for the Black Lives Matter movement by writing your very own story in 500 words or less and be in with the chance to read your winning entry on national radio! We'd love you to share them with us here at school too homelearning.org.uk https://t.co/Q1oJ5zPVa7

29/06/20

TTRS Competition! 193rd place overall. The top performing class was 5BZ, who ended up in 135th place. A huge well done to the top performing pupils from our school, each will have a certificate this week to show there participation in the competition https://t.co/nmmbHvckQj

29/06/20

Over the next two weeks, pupils in school and at home will be completing work to celebrate difference and examine anti-racism. You can show your support by entering our whole-school art competition – see the attached flyer for more information and GET CREATIVE! https://t.co/r8WHSVROqZ

29/06/20

STORY TIME: Today Mrs Gusah is reading to you. https://t.co/jPtn59xilD https://t.co/lN1cIxrXfd

26/06/20

STORY TIME: Today Miss Alleyne is reading to you. https://t.co/jPtn59xilD https://t.co/nWzX46AWDv

26/06/20

Achievement Assembly 26/06: https://t.co/PpU499FoGJ Check out who's been recognised for their learning this week https://t.co/qc7LagCa3u

25/06/20

So far, we have Zephaniah class in the lead for London Rocks. Wilson and Shakespeare classes are not too far behind! Well done to Ezekiel in Year for being the pupil in the lead. Keep rocking HPACR 🎸🏆 https://t.co/evI9nl9hKn

25/06/20

As part of our well-being unlock programme, Year 2 have been thinking about friendships. Nellie-Rose in Wilson class has described her friend Sophia. What kind words she has said! https://t.co/yajKWMNOaD

25/06/20

Year 2 have been learning instructional writing. Sophia in Wilson class has written a set of instructions on how to make fairy dust! https://t.co/vv2KWtPgE4

25/06/20

Yesterday, nursery made ice lollies and enjoyed eating them outside in the sunshine. ☀️ https://t.co/QhEeVdv5tP

25/06/20

(late) WELL-BEING WEDNESDAY: This week, meet The Imaginator – Ready to show children how to stay calm by letting their imagination run wild! https://t.co/Ys5FoqOdhp https://t.co/pRH9pEOrzV

24/06/20

This week we are opening up our school to Year 5 pupils. Check out their spaces, ready for the children’s arrival. We are looking forward to seeing you all! https://t.co/Y9SCDpQGqN

24/06/20

STORY TIME: Today Mrs Stockbridge is reading to you. https://t.co/jPtn59xilD https://t.co/3Kv5Eo2190

24/06/20

Remember to play any game on Times Table Rockstars daily between 2pm and 7pm to earn coins for London Rocks. Prize available for the best school, class and pupil! So far Zephaniah class are in the lead. 🥇🥈🏅#havefunlearning https://t.co/Iu91P6fCqT

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