The year 4 children were very lucky recently to have an exciting visitor come to their school. A man from a company called Portals into the Past came in for a super Roman Day. The children took part in a number of activities which helped support and develop their knowledge on Ancient Rome and Roman Britain. In the morning the children learnt all about the Roman way of life and how to be a good Roman citizen. Following this, the children then took part in a selection of Roman
On Wednesday 19th October Seahorse class in year 2 attended the borough multi-sports event at Garons Leisure Centre. This was a brilliant event with the whole class involved, rotating around the sports hall and participating in 12 different activities. All of the pupils really enjoyed the day and represented the school superbly - well done!
A massive well done to all those pupils who participated in the KS2 Borough Cross Country competition on Friday 7 th October. This is a big event with over 1300 young people taking part. I was so pleased that we improved upon our performance from last year and that our pupils found the distance so much easier to cope with which means that their fitness has improved. Thank you also to Mr Adeyemi and Mrs Husdon who took the team- a great afternoon well done.
The first Year 5 and 6 Girls Football Team at Porters Grange took part in a tournament on Wednesday 6th October and the aims that we set out to achieve were accomplished. All nine of the girls enjoyed the day, gained experience of friendly competition and had fun! The girls had not played competitively before or in fact altogether, but you would not have noticed as they all clicked showing great teamwork. They also displayed sports’woman’ship towards each other and the other
It was a really exciting morning when year 5 boarded the train bound for the Planetarium in Greenwich. Having planned their routes and timetables for the day in maths everyone knew they had to be on time. Once there, a short walk around the Cutty Sark found them starting the climb uphill to the entrance.
Once in total darkness, the show took them on a tour of the universe stopping at different planets to explore the possibility of other lifeforms. The children had time to
Today we were visited by the Southend Road Safety Team. We spent the morning learning about staying safe when crossing roads. We were taken on a walk around the outside of the school grounds, where we looked at the different roads and identified safe ways to cross. We identified other things as we walked that would help us to stay safe, even while walking on the pavements.