Thursday, 23 March 2017

Cooking Club: Red Nose Day Bake Sale

Cooking Club have enjoyed making delicious cakes for their sale on Red Nose Day, 24th March. Treats made during Cooking Club include Malteser squares and Rocky Road. The conscientious cooks have also been baking at home and Year 1 are helping the fundraising by making chocolate Rice Crispy cakes. All cakes will be priced at 50p and will be sold in both the Infant and Junior playgrounds at break time tomorrow.




Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Reception: Fairytale Ball

Children in Reception completed their mini topic of Cinderella with a Fairytale Ball. They were resplendent in their outfits and took to the role of prince and princess with ease. During the afternoon, the children joined in a wedding celebration just like Cinderella and her Prince Charming before taking to the dance floor for some ballroom dancing. The children rehearsed a dance routine and danced to the classic 'Bolero', twirling their partners with a flourish. Here, the princesses found their handsome princes. They ended their day with a wedding celebration cake that they had baked and decorated.

It was a truly enchanting day and, luckily, not one princess lost their glass slipper!








Monday, 20 March 2017

E for Effort

Every week, teachers recognise pupils in their class who have made an extra effort. These pupils are awarded the E for Effort cup in front of the whole school during our Friday afternoon assembly.

Congratulations to all the wonderful children who made an extra effort last week.


Year 1: Reading Corner

The children in 1FB use the opportunity to read a book in our reading corner as often as they can. They love the finger torches as this seems to help them concentrate!


Thursday, 16 March 2017

Year 3 Maths: Perimeter

Year 3 have thoroughly enjoyed a brand new term in Numeracy recently: Perimeter. The children have discovered not only how to calculate the perimeter from shapes with given lengths, but also to measure all sides of shapes and objects around the classroom and then calculate the perimeter independently. Year 3 put their new skills to the test with an exciting 'dinosaur enclosure perimeter investigation'. They were given 6 clues about the enclosures e.g. 'This dinosaur needs an enclosure bigger than 180.5m'. Then they were given a wide range of enclosures and had to calculate each perimeter and carefully match it with its correct dinosaur owner.

Well done to all magnificent mathematicians for helping the dinosaurs find their correct homes!



Wednesday, 15 March 2017

E for Effort

Every week, teachers recognise pupils in their class who have made an extra effort. These pupils are awarded the E for Effort cup in front of the whole school during our Friday afternoon assembly.

Congratulations to all the wonderful children who made an extra effort last week.


Friday, 10 March 2017

Havering Rotary Quiz: Round 1 to Hacton

Congratulations to our Hacton quiz team who today won the first round of the Havering Rotary Quiz. After 10 rounds of challenging questions the final scores were announced. In a close competition, all contestants worked well in their teams and demonstrated their fantastic general knowledge. 
  • Hacton 48 
  • Harold Wood 45
  • Mead 30