- Whole School Events
Sainsburys Active VouchersThursday 14 July 2016
We are delighted to inform you that this year with your help, we have managed to collect 3780 Sainsburys Active Kids Vouchers.
We would like to thank staff, friends and family for your continued support and commitment in collecting vouchers. It is with your help that the children benefit greatly from these schemes.
- Whole School Events
Year 3 - Rokeby VisitFriday 24 June 2016
Year 3 had a fantastic morning, with some pupils from Rokeby School. The boys shared a presentation with us about an overseas football tournament they took part in.
They also ran a session on improvisation and Year 3 had fun giving it a go! Afterwards there was time to do some quiet reading, followed by a game that taught Year 3 how to think strategically about their next move. All in all a great morning of fun and learning was had by everyone involved.
Sherwood Grange OpeningMonday 20 June 2016
On Friday 18th June Mrs Smith and four pupils attended the opening of Sherwood Grange Care Home, Kingston Vale.
The home was officially opened by Rowena Bass, Deputy Mayor of Kingston who is also one of our school governors. The children enjoyed time with some of the new residents and also enjoyed some light refreshments. Robin Hood pupils were responsible for naming three of the suites at the home, Beverley Brook, Cambridge and Sherwood. The school intends to have regular links with Sherwood Grange in the future.
New Malden Fire Station VisitMonday 20 June 2016
The Nursery invited New Malden Fire Station to come and visit with their Fire Engine, as our current topic of study is "People who help us".
The children thoroughly enjoyed their visit and we all got the opportunity to sit in the Fire Engine, as well as being able to hold and activate the fire hose.
Junior Singing FestivalThursday 16 June 2016
The school choir had a fantastic time at The Rose Theatre taking part in the Junior Singing Festival.
They performed individual pieces, as well as mass pieces with a variety of other schools. The children did an amazing job and we are very proud of all those who took part.
- School Trips
Arts Fortnight 2016 - Antony GlennThursday 9 June 2016
As part of Arts Fortnight, we welcomed back Antony Glenn who delivers a unique experience for his audiences by using their energy to bring plays to life.
He uses a mixture of Shakespearean speeches, audience participation and improvisation to bring the stories together.
Year 5 - Viking DayWednesday 8 June 2016
Some of the activities they were involved in throughtout the day included: 'a shield wall drill', seeing a weapons display, investigating replica artefacts (drinking horns, household objects, furs, antlers etc), acting out plays/storytelling and a Viking funeral.