Hokusai Class Learning Story

Mmm… Anglo Saxon stew

On Tuesday afternoon the children in Hokusai learned all about Anglo Saxon food as part of their new topic work. The recipe was for a vegetable and barley stew. The vegetables were prepared and Miss Begum took the cooking pot to the school kitchen. We eagerly awaited...

Afternoon at the Idea Store

This Monday, the children in Year 3 went on an exciting trip to the local Idea Store in Chrisp Street Market. Parents of children in 3B were invited along so that they could sign up for an Idea Store card during the visit. The children enjoyed listening to a story and...

Easter Hat Parade

Today was our Easter Hat Parade and the hats were magnificent! We all enjoyed watching the children (and some adults) parade with their Easter Hats made from recycled materials. All of the children worked really hard on them at school and at home and there were some...

End of another term!

Wow! Only a few days away from the end of our second term in Year 3.. and what a term it's been! We've been on a fantastic trip to the Photographers' Gallery in Oxford Circus, where we learned to make Camera Obsucuras. Did you see your child's one at home? Ask them...

Sports Relief Dance-a-thon

Dance-a-thon Sports relief this year was a big success with all children taking part in a class dance-a-thon to help raise money for the charity and have a go at dancing their way to becoming dance-a-thon king or queen of their class. Thank you for all your donations...

Maths Problem Solving Workshop

A huge thank you for all the parents/carers and family members, who participated in the workshop this morning.  It was fantastic to see so many of you accepting the challenges presented and working together as teams to solve the problems.  Well done to the Year 6...

Roman pots

Year 3 are having lots of fun learning about the Romans at the moment, and in art we looked at Roman pottery. We made our own coil pots, and learnt how to join clay together by rolling, scoring and using a slip.  ...

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