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Ooh Aaah, Me Hearties!

To bring our learning about the Seas and the Oceans to  a close, this afternoon Early Years pupils celebrated with  Pirate themed activities. The children all dressed up and tomorrow we are taking the galleon ship  we made on our forest walk to see if it will float on the…

A Bus to Alabama

As part of Black History Month, which in the UK takes place in October, Year 3 have been learning all about Rosa Parks. The class were amazed to find out what life was like in her time, and how she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger…

GCSE Presentation Evening

On Friday 13 October our Year 11 Leavers returned to the school for one final event, to celebrate their GCSE success. Certificates were awarded by Mrs Osborn and Mr Christou in front of an audience of very proud family and friends. Pupils entertained the crowd with a range of musical performances…

Warren Announced Music Competition Winners!

Almost all of the Normanhurst pupils from Reception to Year 11 gathered together this morning for the annual House Music Competition. Connaught and Warren houses battled it out in a series of categories- House Singing, Ensemble Performance and Solo Performance. Judges consisted of Mrs Osborn, Miss Amini, Mr Beint, Mr…

Handa’s Surprise and Healthy Snacks

This afternoon the Early Years children enjoyed listening to the story of ‘Handa’s Surprise’. Everyone then took a walk to the local greengrocers where the children sourced their favourite fruits and those from the story to make healthy fruit kebabs for a snack.

The Papaya that Spoke

Earlier today Year 2 came to the Reception classroom to perform a wonderful action story called ‘The Papaya that Spoke’. It was exciting to have our friends from Year 2 visiting, especially as many of them have brothers and sisters in reception.

Year 9 Black History Month Assembly

Year 9 delivered an inspirational assembly celebrating Black History Month. Black History Month has been marked in the UK for more than 30 years and takes place during the month of October. It is held to highlight and celebrate the achievements and contributions of the black community in the UK….

Let’s do the Mobot!

Our Early Years children were asked to find out about Mo Farah as part of their learning about Black History Month. This afternoon they ran 26 laps of the playground together and then had fun copying Mo by making the Mobot! It helped the children understand how important being fit and healthy is. Well done…