Please look through some of the pictures that were taken during our exciting event. Some are from the assembly during which performances from the children were joined by speeches from our head teacher and visitors while others are from the ceremony where the solar initiative was launched.
On Friday 18th November 15 children had the opportunity to visit the Ben Uri Gallery as part of ‘take over day’. We had an exciting day exploring the gallery and its artwork. We had the chance to understand more about how the gallery is run and the job of the curator. We then spent time being curators and creating our own mini exhibition in a box. We were also lucky enough to meet Tam Joseph who is an artist and see some of his work and ask him questions about it. We now have the opportunity to create something of our own in response to Tam Joseph’s work to present at an evening event at the gallery. Exciting times.
After putting in some superb performances for the Princess Frederica girls school team, Angel Acheampong has been selected to play for the Brent district U11’s girls representative team . She was awarded player of the match after an outstanding debut. Angel was superb in defence and helped the Brent district U11 girls team to a 1-0 victory at home v Lewisham in the London League.
Our talented music teacher, Mr Tang, has once again put pen to paper and written his own musical. This time in the form of Angel's School, our 2015 Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Nativity. Have a sneak preview of some of the pictures from this morning's performance...
Our Samaritan's Purse shoeboxes were collected today for distribution. Thank you to everyone who supported this cause. If you want to find out more about where the shoeboxes go click on the button below.
Each year, our PSA runs a competition to find the artwork that will advertise the school Christmas Fair. Have a look at the slideshow below to see some of our competition finalists. A huge congratulations to Oliver F for his winning entry of Santa Over the Houses.
Thank you to the PSA for organising this event and to Sarah from Mini Picassos for judging the huge number of entries that were received.
Thank you to all of the parents and children who donated food and money to the Marylebone Project harvest appeal this year. Our School Council took all of the offerings to the centre this afternoon and were lucky enough to spend some time with members of staff, finding out about some of the wonderful work that goes on... they also enjoyed having juice and biscuits!
Take a look at a selection of our Sports Day pictures. We were blessed with wonderful weather and had a very enjoyable day. The children demonstrated themselves to be true sportsmen, gracious winners and runners up. We spotted some incredible talent throughout the day. We hope you enjoyed yourselves too. Thank you to all who came to join us and offer support.
This year's theme for Art Week was 'Carnival.' Every child in the school created something.
Nursery: T shirt printing and paper plate masks
Reception: T shirt painting, shakers and masks
Year 1: T shirt designing and painting
Year 2: Mask making
Year 3: Musical instrument making
Year 4: Animal lanterns
Year 5: Animal headdresses
Year 6: Animal backpacks
Each year, the PSA supports the school in helping to fund the resources and events in school throughout Art week. This year we would like to say an enormous thank you to our 'in house' art teacher, Mr Dickenson and to Mrs Gristock a parent and PSA member, with whom the week would not have been as successful as it was!