“We travelled back in time to 1666. First, we role played the Great Fire of London by exploding houses and putting water on the sizzling fire. Next, we used burnt charcoal to draw higgeldy – piggeldy Tudor houses. After that we made cardboard houses using paper to wrap it in. Finally, we destroyed all Tudor […]
In school we not only practice our fire drills we learn about services that help us and keep us safe. Lower School recently enjoyed a visit from the Fire Brigade! “Last Thursday we looked at the fire fighters strong, important equipment that they use in emergencies. We had a tour around the engine. Year 2 […]
On our return from the summer holidays a ‘MASSIVE’ surprise was waiting for us! Last year’s pumpkin patch produced something quite unexpected. Mrs Collins and the new gardening club – Let’s Grow Together Club – had the great honour to harvest a great, big pumpkin with the help of Mr Cumming our school gardener.
The school being right next to the Mill Pond means that we don’t have to go far to enjoy a beautiful nature walk.On a glorious autumn morning Year 1 set off to explore the changes that happens during autumn. Here are some of the observations from the children. “When it is cold birds fly somewhere […]
To start our exciting topic, Year 3 children became archaeologists and historians from Crawley museum visited us. During their visit, they transported us to Stone Age Crawley with real artefacts and hands-on activities!We also created exciting cave art!
A fun day was had by all the Year 5&6 children attending the tag rugby festival at Crawley Rugby Club. They enjoyed learning and practising new skills and playing matches against other school teams. Mr Lockton was very impressed with their enthusiasm and team work.
‘In Design and Technology, the children were designing and making boats, based on the book Lost and Found, to help the little boy and the penguin travel across ocean instead of using an upside umbrella. The children had to choose suitable materials to use as well as a range of tools and explain their choices. […]
On Thursday 3rd October some of our Year 3 and 4 students took part in Tag Rugby Festival at Crawley Rugby Club. They enjoyed a full day of activities which included warm up skills & drills, practising skills on each of the different pitches, and after lunch they had the opportunity to play matches against […]
Bike to School Week is a week-long event designed to showcase the benefits of cycling/scooting to school across the UK. It is a great opportunity to promote the positive impact that an active lifestyle can have on pupils’ wellbeing and health. It’s free, there’s no need to register, and it’s a fantastic way to get […]
On the 17th September 2019, Year 6 children attended the Junior Citizen afternoon, teaching local children about safety and life skills, that took place at The Hawth. The Crawley Borough Council organised event is open to all Year 6 children across the borough’s schools, teaching ten and eleven year olds to identify all kinds of […]