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Whole School Assembly

On Monday 13th September, the whole school were delighted to be introduced to the new Head Boy, Oliver and new Head Girl, Sophie.  Everyone listened as they both gave the school a speech telling us how excited they were to be taking up these roles.  They also told us a…

Wellies and Woodlands Club

The first week at Wellies and Woodlands club the children made Boggarts, using things found in nature on the school grounds. This week the children enjoyed pond dipping at the school pond.

Birthday Book Donation

Evie in Yr5B has kindly donated a birthday book – “The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind” by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer.  A book based on the true story of William who had an inspired idea to help his village in Malawi, Africa.  This idea would change the lives of…

UKF’s First Week Back

UKF have a lovely few days settling into their first week back at school. They have already got up to so much, taking part in circle time, snack time and even a yoga lesson!

Year 6 Science Activity

This half term year 6 pupils will be identifying and classifying plants and animals, observing their characteristics and grouping them accordingly. This week they had to create their own creature from a nature scavenge. Pupils then had to describe the creatures features, how it moved, how it fed, and survived,…

Amazing Performances From Dance Club!

Before the summer holidays began Dance Club put on amazing performances showcasing all the routines they’ve learnt this year. Each year gave us a Disney inspired dance as well as a very clever whole school dance to a High School Musical song. It looks like so much fun, makes us…

Year 5 Amazing Pointillism Paintings

By Gemma & Maiya, CHS We have recently learnt about Pointillism, which was invented by Georges Pierre Seurat. Although his art was very impressive, the artist sadly died of pneumonia in 1901 at the age of 32. His technique uses tiny dots of pure colours to form an image when…

Y5 Architecture Day

On the 6th of July, year 5 had a very special day. Architecture day! We learned about Brutalism and how Frederick Gibberd, known for his brutalist style of architecture, designed Harlow. We also had a go at creating our own model villages. Brutalism Brutalism, in fact, has nothing to do…