Peggy Angus Class Learning Story

“Make Music Day” 21st June 2019 : Our School Celebration

“Make Music Day” 21st June 2019 : Our School Celebration

Today we celebrated “Make Music Day” or “World Music Day” which is a celebration of music around the world on June 21st. Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 1,000 cities in 120 countries. We had...

Peggy Angus Dance the Lion King!

Peggy Angus Dance the Lion King!

This week, Year 6 have been working with the Dance company Fertile Ground to choreograph a dance routine for our end of year performance. Our class ended the week with a show for Hirst class and some members of staff. Our performance! This dance will be added to our...

Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak

We were lucky with the weather today, as this afternoon it was beautiful sunshine for our Eid family picnic. It was wonderful to see families sharing food and enjoying each other's company in our school grounds. We are very lucky to have such fantastic outdoor areas...

Moo Canoooooo(e)

Moo Canoooooo(e)

Today, we donned our life jackets and headed out on the open water of the Olympic Park in 3-people canoes. Once we had mastered the art of rowing in a straight line, we were able to develop our skills to rowing sideways, acrobatics in the boat and races. The prep The...

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

An annual feature at Lansbury Lawrence is the Easter hat parade, where the whole school comes together, and children in years 1-6 get to strut along a catwalk wearing their wonderful self-made hat creation. Recycled materials feature prominently, as does personal...

Computers and Coding

Computers and Coding

The build. 'Where does this bit go?' This afternoon, pupils in Peggy Angus were able to built and code on their own computers, thanks to the resources and expertise of Kano Coding. Pupils had an excellent time using a detailed guide to put the different aspects of the...

Tap, tap, tap.

Tap, tap, tap.

Today in Peggy Angus Class, we are embracing the 21st Century and typing up our suspense narratives on the Chromebooks. The atmosphere is incredible - all that can be heard is the tap, tap, tap of fingers on keyboards. Bliss! Who knew we had a group of such of...

STEAM Co. Day for British Science Week

STEAM Co. Day for British Science Week

Monday was a day like no other at Lansbury Lawrence. All of our children went off timetable for the day, and were allowed to explore the school to engage with different Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths activities. It was wonderful to see our older and...

Full of Electricity

We recently had a great time in class exploring the wonders of the world of circuits. In groups of 3 or 4 pupils had to build different circuits containing components such as a buzzer, light bulb, switch and motor. Then they had to challenge themselves to build a...

Safer Internet Day 2019 at Lansbury Lawrence

Safer Internet Day 2019 at Lansbury Lawrence

Online safety focus across the school on February 5th 2019 Left: Year 1 discuss how to keep your personal information safe online. This Tuesday, Lansbury Lawrence marked Safer Internet Day with exciting lessons covering some very important online safety rules....

Coding on Chromebooks

Coding on Chromebooks

6B have had a great afternoon inaugurating the school Chromebooks. Pupils were able to spend a lesson learning about coding through the website 'Hour of Code'. Pupils were able to code: barbie, flappy bird, street artist, boat race and mine-craft. Great fun!  

A Scientific Shadow of Doubt

A Scientific Shadow of Doubt

Today in 6B, we were investigating how light rays from the sun affect the length of shadows throughout the school day. Our main item of equipment was the sun, which thankfully remained usable for the whole period of measuring.  Every half hour, a group of three...

P4C in Peggy Angus

P4C in Peggy Angus

This week in 6B, we discussed the question 'Does being born in a country meant you belong there?' We established that there are two main views held amongst our pupils. 1 - You completely belong to the country you are born in 2 - There are levels of belonging. You...