Please call the school before 9:00am every day when your child being absent from school. Polite reminder that clubs start next week. Please be sure to check the finishing times of the clubs and collect children promptly. We politely request that you please do not smoke outside the school and around our neighbours’ properties as we have had a number of complaints … Read More
Just to let parents know that there is a flu catch up clinic, if your child has missed the flu immunization, that will be held at the Mitcham Fire Station on: Monday 13th January 2019 Saturday 25th January 2019 if their child has missed the flu immunisation. As the flu season is NOT over yet.
Children in Reception Class were surprised to see that their Veterinary Surgery had transformed into a Travel Agents. At the start of the week, they began exploring the role of a Travel Agency and children drew on their experiences of going to different destinations. Many explained their visits to see their families in different countries. The children were immersed in … Read More
I hope you all had a relaxing and happy long Christmas break. It is always great to be back after a long break and we are feeling refreshed, invigorated, and ready for the Spring Term. We warmly welcome Miss Bernau to the Park team. Miss Bernau is working in Year One every Monday and she works across the school in … Read More
We would like to thank EVERYONE who kindly donated bottles, chocolates, raffle prizes and money for the Christmas fair. All of these donations meant that very little money was used to equip the fair and the money raised was £2500 (approx). We hope the children and families enjoyed the fair and got to meet Santa/Father Christmas in his grotto. A … Read More
Reception Next half-term in Apple Class, the children will be immersed in the theme of Travel and Transport. They will explore the different modes of transport, including: cars, airplanes, bicycles, buses, trucks, trains and ships. The children will explore how different modes of transport have evolved over the years and the reasons behind these developments. Furthermore, to compliment the Understanding … Read More
On Tuesday last week, Year Five went to the London Eye to complement their ‘London Eye Mystery’ Literacy topic. The children had the opportunity to learn about the location, history and architecture of this iconic London landmark. Standing tall on the south bank of the River Thames, the pupils had a unique panoramic view of the UK capital which included … Read More
I hope those of you who attended the Nativity and choir concert last week enjoyed watching the children in action. They performed with confidence and sung their hearts out and we all left feeling thoroughly festive! Well done in particular to Miss Hilinska for leading the Nativity production and well done to all the confident, brilliant children who performed on … Read More