What a wonderful party we had on Friday! The children all played party games and then sat down to a delicious tea. Many thanks to all the parents who supplied the food, drink, tablecloths, plates etc. The children were so excited and were even more thrilled when they received a special visit from…
We had so many great entries for the Christmas Book Fair Competition. Congratulations to all winners. Entries can be enjoyed in the school library.
We always look forward to Christmas Lunch at Clewer Green! Tudors' conversations included lots of cracker jokes, opinions on stuffing and how old everyone's parents are! Afterwards, Key Stage 2 classes played party games in each of the classrooms. What a wonderful way to…
As part of our Science focus on Forces, Tudors carried out an investigation to test the distance a toy car would travel on different surfaces. They identified what friction was and the effect it had on the movement of the car.
We were so proud of the children's performance in their Nativity last week. They worked so hard to learn their words and joined in all the songs beautifully.
We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas.
Georgian Class enjoyed making rock cakes to end our topic on volcanoes.
This term Foundation Stage children are studying Traditional Tales. They have already looked at The 3 Little Pigs and Little Red Riding Hood. Next on the list are The 3 Billy Goats Gruff and The Gingerbread Man. The children have been sequencing and retelling the stories, looking at the beginning,…
As part of Stuart's RE lessons, Mrs Hawkes made divas with everyone to celebrate Divali.
Stuarts finished their work on the Ancient Egyptians by making bookmarks with their names on, or those of a loved one. They will be coming home very soon.
Georgians have been having fun learning all about volcanoes. We created our own mini Pompeii and covered it with ash!
As part of our topic on Ancient Egypt Stuart class transformed themselves into Pharaohs.
The children in Foundation Stage shared a Harvest Celebration at the end of their first term at Clewer Green. Celts made bread rolls and Romans made soup and they all sat down together to share it with each other. Have a look at these pictures to see what they got up to!