Rights Respecting Schools
We are a Rights Respecting School. We have already achieved our bronze award and are working hard towards getting our silver.
Lion King Theatre Visit
Pupils from Years 5 and 6 had the opportunity to watch a performance of 'The Lion King' at the Lyceum Theatre in the West End. They all had a fabulous time and Year 5 are now rehearsing for their own 'Lion King' production.
Family Learning Dinosuar Project
Our Spring Family Learning Project was all about Prehistoric Creatures. We had over 100 wonderful entries and everyone had the opportunity to take a look at them all at our Dinosaur Exhibition.
Parent Learning Classes
Twice a week we facilitate workshops for parents who want to develop their spoken and written English skills.
Year 5 Art Exhibition
Our year 5 pupils took part in an art project. Their work was then displayed in an exhibition held at the local library.
We enjoyed learning about and celebrating Diwali this year. Pupils read and acted out the Diwali story, baked traditional food and created Rangoli artwork.
Merton in Bloom
We are very proud to have been awarded a 'Merton in Bloom' award for our outside environment. Thank you to Mr Cullen and our gardening team for all of their hard work!
Pupils from Year 5 had the chance to take part in cycle training where they learnt skills to keep them safe whilst out on the road .
Shakespeare at the National Theatre
Some pupils from Years 4 - 6 had the opportunity to take part in a Shakespeare workshop at the National Theatre on the Southbank. They performed, read and watched Shakespeare plays throughout the day.
National Quiz Championships
Selected pupils from Key Stage 2 took part in the regional heat of the National Quiz Championships. They performed brilliantly and came 5th out of 12 schools.
Each year our Year 6 pupils have the opportunity to take part in a weekend residential boot camp. They develop a range of skills including; perseverance, team-work, self-confidence and stamina.
World Book Day
On 1st March we all dressed up as our favourite book characters. Both our competition winners were inspired from Alice in Wonderland - Trevor from Year 4 was the Mad Hatter and Laura from Reception was the Queen of Hearts. Early Years and Key Stage 1 also enjoyed a visit from a published children's author.
Rainbow Cake Sale
As part of Rainbow Week which celebrated inclusivity and diversity, we held a Rainbow Cake Sale. We had over 80 entries and raised over £200.
Black History Month
During October pupils had the opportunity to explore rap and African dance as part of our Black History Month. The children in Key Stage 2 wrote, developed and performed their raps to the rest of the cohort.