Walk to school week culminated in the children dressing up as Superheroes or in their brightest possible colours so that they stand out when walking to school. Thank you to everyone who joined in and supported this important initiative.

Have a look at the wonderful work our children have done as we say good bye to Mrs Davies after 25 years as Head Teacher. The children have written poems, stories, biographies and retirement tips ! They have drawn and painted wonderful portraits and Swiss landscapes too!

We hope you will enjoy the farewell story Mrs Davies has written for all of our children

The Year 5 Star Squad team have written and performed a Switch Off song to help promote the important message of switching off!


A Reception child made this lovely cartoon strip when they were reading the book ‘Beegu’.

We took advantage of the beautiful Spring weather today and the children enjoyed acting and watching each other’s performances of alternative endings to our core text book ‘Floodland’.

During lockdown, Sofia enjoyed drawing. She is a talented artist, and she confidentially shared her art work with Swan Class. 

Eagle class dress up as characters of their favorite books for World Book Day.

A lovely drawing for the website that Hong did as part of his geography and history learning about Alexandra Palace this week

​Children from Nursery to Year 6 joined in with my nature art home learning lesson inspired by the land artist Hannah Bullen-Ryner.

Here are a few lovely examples of their work where they were asked to create a bird using natural materials. The work belongs to Hong, Ridley, and Max. Not only did they have fun doing it, they also benefited from being out in nature and taking some much needed time away from screens.

Y2 child writing about the Chinese new year in lockdown!

Photos of School Events


2020 Pantomime

We feel honored to have had the opportunity to learn more about Kwame Kwei-Armah’s heritage and his vast achievements in the arts.

Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE, British actor, playwright, director, singer and broadcaster, shares some words on his career and asks us to investigate other black Britons’ who have positively influenced our society.

​Reception got their groove on for a Friday jazz jam afternoon.  What a bunch of cool cats exploring different instruments and the sounds they make.

This year the students did gratitude posters, here are some of them.

Amazing Autumn display boards!

It was National Poetry Day on Thursday 1st October and the theme this year was ‘Vision’. For more information and videos please look into the English page.

Value of the Month


‘A successful team is a group of many hands but of one mind.’

Read more.