Trips and Visits
Slade Green Library Trip - 25th November 2019
The children attended the local library, where they were read a story and shown what facilities are available at Slade Green library.
Slade Green Library trip - 30th January 2020
This trip gave children the opportunity to look at books, listen to stories in a different environment and to know about what happens in a library, as well as borrow books linked to their topic this term - Traditional Tales/Once Upon a Time.
St Augustine's Church - 3rd October 2019
Both Year 1 classes attended St Augustine's Church to continue learning about Harvest Festival.
Sea Life Aquarium, London - 14th February 2020
The children have been learning all about seas, oceans and continents. They have looked at the different types of animals which live in the sea, this also ties in with their science topic for Term 4 which looks further into animals and their habitats.
St Augustine's Church - 26th September 2019
The Children were introduced to Reverend Jim Bennett and had a look and walk around the church
The Postal Museum - 8th November 2019
As part of their project on Meerkat Mail, the children extended their learning by visiting the Postal Museum to find out exactly what happens to the mail and how it arrives at its destination.
Museum of London 22nd or 23rd January 2020
To deepen and extend the children's learning about the Great Fire of London, they visited the Museum of London to find out more about the impact on the city from the fire.
Maryon Wilson Animal Park, Charlton - 12th MARCH 2020
The children fed and interacted with different animals in the park, developing their excitement and knowledge around the animals we have living here in Britain, and helping them to engage with their topic, Woodland Wonders.
The Woodlands Farm - 3rd or 10th December 2019
The children worked their way through the Stone Age from the Palaeolithic to the Neolithic. They started in the woods creating a Palaeolithic camp and found out about the life of these hunter gatherers. They also looked at life towards the end of the Stone Age and the start of farming and discovered how we know about what happened in the past.
Natural History Museum - 7th February 2020
London Museum - Docklands & Rivers - 16th October 2019
The children explored the secret rivers exhibition. Secret Rivers uses archaeological artefacts, arts, photography and film to reveal stories of life by London's rivers, streams and brooks. They explored why any of them were/have been lost over time"
London Sea-life Centre - 13th November 2019
The children continued their learning on the endangered marine animals and their habitats.
Treasure hunt - 17th October 2019
As part of a geography day, a treasure hunt took place locally using map reading skills and riddles to find location's on the map - leading to a prize for the class who completed the task the fastest.
Science Museum - 16th or 18th December 2019
To deepen and extend the children's learning about Space, they will had an opportunity to explore the Wonderlab and the other areas of the Science Museum.
Tower of London - 29th or 30th January 2020
To deepen and extend the children's learning about the history of crime and punishment, the children had an opportunity to visit the Tower of London.
Year 5/6 - Residential Trip - KinGSwood Activity Centre, West Runton - 9th September - 11th September 2020
The children had the opportunity to explore and develop teamwork and independence skills in the beautiful setting of West Runton, Norfolk. This was a key part of their preparation for Year 6, and helped them develop essential skills for both indoor and outdoor learning.
HorNIman Museum London - 27th or 28th February 2020
The children explored African and World Art in their visit to the Horniman Museum, looking at a range of artefacts from across the world and exploring the wider museum too.
Houses of Parliament - 30th September 2019
A tour of the Houses of Parliament and a chance to see what goes on.
Dulwich Park - 19th November 2019
Imperial War museum - 16th January 2020
As part of their learning about the Second World War, the children visited the Imperial War Museum to develop their understanding of what life was really like during the Blitz in London.