On Friday 5th May, the children of Year 3 commenced their new topic about the Stone Age with a fun immersion day of drama and art. Drama Workshop The children travelled back to the days of early man to explore the changes in Britain through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages. The children acted out scenes from the Neolithic period, creating freeze frames. In
As another successful Book Week has drawn to a close, we are reminded what talented children we have at Heber! There is no better way to showcase our vision statement of “Heber being a happy family, where we strive for everyone to belong, to be included, to aspire and to achieve within our creative, exciting community” than a whole school project. Throughout the
It has been a very busy start of the year in the Reception classes! The children have been learning about doubling in their maths sessions and focused on ways to solve doubling problems. In Literacy they have been developing their fine motor skills and forming a range of letters. In out Artist topic the children have been learning about abstract art and created their own pieces of work, using a range of methods.
Sing choir of angels! Love Architects was performed by over 500 Southwark children at The Royal Festival Hall. Under the artistic direction of composers Laura Howe and Ross Power and choreographer Natasha Khamjani, working together to rebuild their utopia. Singers and dancers, ukulele players and artists all combine in one voice to create a vision for our world. This year, 5E represented the school
On Friday 5th June Year 3 set off on an epic journey back in time. Our mission was to discover what life was like during the Stone Age. We travelled to Butser Ancient Farm in Petersfield. Set amongst rolling hills, with the sun shining we knew we would have a great day. Our day began in a Mesolithic house built using exact measurements from
This week at Heber is our annual Book week to coincide with World Book Day on Thursday 1st March. This morning there were lots and lots of lily pads dotted around school when the children arrived. Here are two predictions from Year 3 pupils about what it all could mean… The frogs have come! Early one Monday morning, I came into school and the first
On Monday 1st December, several children took part in some of the preparations for the Christmas Cracker Festival which is happening in East Dulwich on 6th December. Two artists worked with children from Year 3 and 4 to design and make decorations that are going to border Lordship Lane at the weekend. ‘On Monday I took part in an art activity, where I decorated
Well done to all of the children who had their work on display in this year’s art exhibition. The work is of an excellent standard and looks fantastic.
The children in Year 3 had a brilliant time taking part in their topic themed day on Friday. Their costumes were fantastic and they thoroughly enjoyed learning about natural disasters. The children made their own volcanoes and took part in a live eruption using bicarbonate of soda, vinegar and food colouring. They observed the reaction as part of their science investigation and made notes
On 21st November 2014, the children and staff across the school took part in a Topic Day and dressed up in a costume related to their topic in class, as listed below: Foundation – Celebrations Year 1 – London Year 2 – You are what you eat Year 3 – The Curse of Mother Nature Year 4 – Roving Romans Year 5 – Ancient