During 5E’s P.E. lesson everyone thought they would be taking part in an amazing active relay race. But no, it was far from that. About 10 minutes after the start of the lesson the wind picked up speed. Then a leaf tornado started blinding everyone in crystal palace playground. Then we all heard one great big craaaaack!! That’s when it happened: the wall cracked
We are delighted to announce that the parent volunteer reading programme is now up and running. Nearly forty parents and carers have signed up to come in once a week for half an hour before pick-up, to read with children in years 1 and 2. The scheme will hopefully be rolled out to children in Key Stage 2 in September 2012. Many thanks to all
Happy New Year! We hope you all had a great holiday and are feeling rested and ready for the exciting term ahead. Please keep checking the calendar for upcoming events and join us on Twitter for regular updates and important news. Looking forward to seeing everybody back at school tomorrow (Wednesday 4 January) and hearing all about your holidays! .
Congratulations to Dylan Tas from Year 3 who won a role in Puccini’s opera, Suor Angelica, which was performed at the Royal Opera House in September. Seven-year-old Dylan is pictured in the final scene from the opera.