Year 6 Create Optical Illusions

Year 6 children are learning about Bridget Riley, an English painter who is one of the foremost exponents of Op art. They have been looking at how she merges shapes and vivid colours to stimulate people’s mind to alter the perception of her paintings. The children had an introduction to the topic by…

Year 4 – Sparta vs Athens

Year 4 have jumped back into learning full of energy after the Christmas break.  In their recent lesson they created freeze frames to show aspects of living in Sparta and Athens. Many pupils chose to act out the brutal reality of Spartan life!

Year 1S China Projects

Year 1S have started their Spring term, having been on a visit to China!  Over the Christmas holidays, the pupils made projects about China to share with their peers. They investigated many different things and came back to school ready to share all of the interesting facts they had found….

House Celebration Assemblies

At the end of term, both Connaught and Warren Houses met to celebrate the achievements they have made during the term. All the teachers were very complimentary about what the children had achieved and thanked them for their continued support. Well done!

Junior Christmas Party

The Juniors were in for a real treat in the last week of term when Santa and his helping elf paid them all a visit. The children all donned their favourite outfit ready for their Christmas party, which was full of fun and games. They were very excited when Santa…

Newsletter December 2018

Read the last newsletter of the Autumn Term, full of photos and information on a range of Christmas events, trips to Wagamama and the Royal Gunpowder Mills, exciting class work and much more…

Year 5 and 6 Trip to Wagamama

On Tuesday 4 December 2018, we went on a trip to Wagamama. My partner was Konrad. We went on the overground train from Chingford station to Liverpool Street. We had fun on the train and made funny faces. It took about 28 minutes. When we got there, we sat down on…

Christmas Carol Service 2018

St Peter and St Paul Parish Church was filled yesterday afternoon as family and friends gathered for the annual Christmas Carol Service. The Juniors did a fantastic job of retelling the Nativity story, with a bit of a twist, while the rest of the Junior and Seniors filled the hall…