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20/05/22

Our Year 4 Pupils had a fantastic time at the Horniman Museum on Wednesday! Thank you for having us https://t.co/PvViOs0eYP

19/05/22

Year two enjoyed applying their knowledge of microhabitats to create minibeast hotels this afternoon. They thought carefully about how to ensure their hotels provided food, water and shelter. https://t.co/TMesgg0Ybb

17/05/22

Thank you to our PTA, PATHS, for our new goals! Here they are in action! https://t.co/qufVO2PgeW

06/05/22

Our Year 1 pupils have been making clay pinch pots today- inspired by Kathy Jeffers! https://t.co/n4K1WgvtBF

05/05/22

Year two have been learning about microhabitats this afternoon. We enjoyed investigating the living things found in microhabitats within our school grounds. https://t.co/CO9pjAHc0j

04/05/22

Today year 1 were learning to identify equal groups and then add equal groups together in Maths. We used counters to help us with our learning. https://t.co/1FGlvhwmHb

02/05/22

Wishing our families and community a very happy Eid Al-Fitr! Our Year 1 pupils enjoyed some special treats on Friday in celebration of Eid- thank you Siwar! https://t.co/wR2B0roukM

29/04/22

This afternoon we said a fond farewell to Ms Schofield who has been with us since the school opened in 2014. We wish her the very best of luck in her exciting new role as a secondary school librarian! https://t.co/YpOFSNrp1z

29/04/22

A group of KS2 pupils visited Shortlands Library this morning to take part in a workshop with author and illustrator Their abstract portraits will be displayed in The Glades shopping centre in June and July as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations! https://t.co/uQJvA8ywLe

28/04/22

Year two have been working hard in the statistics unit of maths. Today, they were able to independently complete their own bar charts! https://t.co/iXJ0WrgghD

27/04/22

Sisters Marta and Daria have been so inspired by their Latin lessons that they have each made their own English-Latin Dictionary! What great home learning. A useful tool for their classrooms! https://t.co/ZUshAbWtop

26/04/22

Our KS1 pupils are enjoying making their own games in coding club! https://t.co/05kkyf8hhB

26/04/22

Well Done to Laila who has completed her entire reading record! Some super reading at home. We’re really proud! What a fantastic achievement. https://t.co/WNcG9gLvSy

25/04/22

Congratulations to our governors Phil, Sarah and Roger who received an award for their three years of service as a governor at the Governor conference this weekend. Thank you for everything you do for our school! https://t.co/dGbOP2CYLJ

25/04/22

Thank you to PATHs for organising a fantastic magic show for our pupils. The children loved it! https://t.co/xBUlfedtP5

22/04/22

Thank you to Councillor Aisha Cuthbert for speaking to year 4 pupils about her role in Shortlands. Our pupils left the digital surgery feeling inspired to go into politics. Thank you to the politics project for organising! https://t.co/s2YVkoAjjc

22/04/22

Our Reception Children have had a visit from a family of rabbits and a new born baby to launch their topic on growth! https://t.co/OQGvL3dKfw

21/04/22

Year 2 and 6 teachers from HPAS, HPABG and HPABe met today for writing moderation. Fantastic opportunity for professional dialogue. https://t.co/kCjoH9s1B8

21/04/22

Our Year 4 pupils enjoyed their first Latin lesson of the Summer Term. They were learning the Latin terms for people and things in a Roman Market https://t.co/DsK4UITdLE

04/04/22

Our Year 6 pupils are hard at work recapping some key learning from KS2 during our Easter School https://t.co/kP4lTFSZOV

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