Summer Project Outcomes
The children across the school have been working so hard this term on their projects. From Nursery all the way up to Key Stage 2, the children have been so engrossed in their global learning and passionate about all their learning topics.
The children in Nursery presented their learning about mini-beasts to parents.
The children in year 2 also shared their project outcome of the Gambia to their parents, who were all so blown away with the knowledge and skills the children had learned over the Summer term.
The children in year 5 presented their summer learning about homelessness and social equity to all the children and adults in Key Stage 2 along with visitors from the WSUP charity that is based in Woolwich, which supports those in need in our local community. The children were phenomenal in articulating their learning and it was great to hear how committed they are to making even more positive changes in our community later in their lives.
Posted on 14th Jun
Arts fortnight continues This week, children have been taking part in a range of workshops and activities linked to arts fortnight. The school was fortunate to have an actor and musician visit, from West End Schools. Each year group told a story about an element of climate change, in order to deliver a message. Linking to their topic, EYFS focused on sustainability and the importance that creat...
Posted on 6th Jun
Foxfield Football team had a great afternoon taking part in the tournament of the South London Special league! Our amazing team have been taking part in a series of football tournaments at Long Lane Junior FC and proudly lifted the cup as the league winners, managed by Mr. Wiggan. The team had a great day competing against the weather and the other schools.
Posted on 25th Feb
YEAR 2 - SUBJECT REVOLUTION MATHS ADVENTURE DAY Year 2 Maths Adventure day with Sir Martin, the Knight, was enjoyed by all. It started off by six teams sitting in front of the Queen of Mathzania. She was on her way back to her kingdom but she was concerned that it was messy and she asked Sir Martin and his bunch of visitors if they could tidy it up. We ag...