Monday July 1st, 2019

A great big thank you to all the parents for supporting us to have our Special Visitor – Rennai Jenkins and her amazing History work shop with toys and house hold artefacts from the past!

All the children enjoyed the experience and learnt a lot about life in the past and can now discuss how it is different to modern times,

A great big thank you to all the parents for supporting Lambeth class on their ‘Dream Big’ project and trip. Vauxhall class will also experience the benefits of our participation with the Literacy Trust.

Congratulations to our Mathletics Champions!

Super Mathlete

Lambeth Class : Brooke 2531 Points and Faris – 2500 Points

Vauxhall Class : Reluwane- 8173 Points and Ali – 4262 Points.

Silver Award

Lambeth Class : Shuajb, Lena

Vauxhall Class : Suvisha, Aalliyah,Michelle, Elizabeth, Isabella, Amelia,

Bronze Award

Lambeth Class : Brooke, Nicole, Ayaan, Faris, Deyan, Sackena, Jayden

Vauxhall Class : Micah, Oliver, Reluwane, Elias, Neve, Areeba, Lana, Leon, Yeabsira, Ali, Martyna, Tyanna, Kostek, Tyler, Sayyid, Shun Ming

Our learning context is ‘ Puppet On A String’. It is linked to history and children will begin to understand changes within living memory as well as develop their knowledge and understanding of old toys and household objects. Children will handle different artefacts and make comparisons between old and modern toys / objects.
Our learning this week…


Children will continue their learning about poems and this week focus on ‘The Magic Box’ by Kit Wright. Children will edit and publish their own poems.

They will also be introduced to a new focus text, ‘Lima’s Red Hot Chilli’.



Children will continue to make amounts using different coins. They will also revisit Time.


Children will continue to develop their knowledge and understanding about changes within living memory. They will use what they have learnt from the interactive workshop of toys and household objects from the past – e.g. mangle, chamber pot, carpet beater, teddy bears, wooden toys… to make comparisons to modern life.


Children will observe seasonal changes ‘Summer’ and describe weather patterns, plants, animals and understand how day length varies as well as leisure activities.


Children will name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas on Maps-Atlas work.


Children will use their understanding of the work of Andy Goldsworthy to make their own nature sculptures. Please send in twigs, shells, leaves, flowers and anything natural.


Children will design and make their own puppet as well as evaluate their work. They will learn to use a range of media and develop skills.


Children will continue to develop their skipping skills. The will develop an understanding of safe landing while jumping and skipping. They will also master core strength with a range of balances.


Children will learn to talk about their feelings. Discussion about relationships and changes.


Children will develop their understanding about the basic principles of Islam.

Home work:

SPaG – please support your child by reading out the questions.

Please hand it in by Wednesday 3rd July, 2019

Please continue …


*Reading daily to develop fluency and comprehension skills.

*Play phonic games on Phonics Play / Starfall Phonics

Reading :


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