We are delighted that the school has been graded Good with Outstanding features by Ofsted following our inspection in October 2023. “Pupils are happy and confident and engage well with each other and members of staff.” “Pupils are expected to do their best and achieve well. They work hard and produce work of good quality […]
Year 3 Iroko class performed an assembly on Thursday 1st February 2024 about Ancient Egypt. They shared lots of information about what they have learnt, including the very gory details of the mummification process.
On Wednesday 17th January 2024 the Boys’ Football B Team played Harlyn School. They worked extremely hard and played some really good football, resulting in a 5 – 0 victory. Well done to Teddy, Luca, Harrison, Leo, Charlie, Elliott, Tommy and Kane.
Year 6 Aspen and Beech classes visited the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames on Tuesday 16th January 2024 as part of their ‘raging rivers’ topic in Geography lessons. “I found the river walk very interesting. I didn’t know how important rivers are,” Elliott. “On the school trip, my favourite part was exploring ‘The Wind […]
Santa paid us a surprise visit on Friday 15th December 2023 to hand out presents to each class. Thank you to our wonderful PTA for organising the visit.
The school choir performed at Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity ‘Carols by Candlelight’ service on Thursday 14th December 2023. You can find out more about the charity and donate on their website by clicking here.
On Tuesday 12th December 2023 we had a ‘Travel back in time day’ to celebrate the learning that has taken place this half term in History lessons. Well done to all of the teachers and children for their very informative displays and presentations in the school hall, which was transformed into ‘Harefield History Museum’ for […]
Drawing on the knowledge that Year 5 Meranti class have been learning in their History lessons, the children performed an assembly about the ancient Chinese Shang dynasty on Thursday 30th November 2023. “I really enjoyed singing,” Ollie. “My favourite part of the play was performing the Chinese dance and remembering all my lines,” Lilly.
Year 3 Iroko and Willow classes visited BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden on Thursday 30th November 2023 as part of their learning about Hinduism in Religious Education. “I loved the carvings of the Gods in the temple, they were so cool!” Carolina. “I liked the elephant statues in the temple the best,” Aiden.
On Wednesday 29th November 2023 the Boys Football A Team played Whiteheath Junior School in their first league match. They worked extremely hard and played some fantastic football and were deserved winners 3 – 0. Well done to Blake, Jaxon, Ollie, Charlie, Carter, Sam, Frankie and Jake.
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