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Sankara (captain), Aaria, Maira, Hannah, Reena, Iman, Aanika and Arutheii
On Wednesday 4 October, the year 6 netball team travelled to Epsom College to take part in a Prep School tournament. There was a total of 17 schools taking part in this fun event.
On Tuesday 3rd October, Year 2 children went on a walk along New Malden High Street as part of their study of the local area. It was a bright, sunny morning and children completed a survey of the shops and other businesses on the High Street.
Year 1 and their parents enjoyed a most informative Key Stage 1 Curriculum Morning. Parents were invited into the classroom to observe and to take part in an English lesson and a Maths lesson. Parents were also able to observe individual reading taking place outside the classroom.
Friday 29th September 2017
Year 6 team – Sankara, Yunju, Aaria, Iman, Aanika, Maira and Hannah
Year 5 team – Leshanii, Aiyza, Zainab, Priyana, Kushi, Eesher and Imaan
Parent volunteer – Mrs Adeboyega
Thursday 28th September saw the first of our Klassical Kids concerts for this academic year.
The first concert was for Early Years and their parents/carers. It was a beautiful time with top-quality classical music being played whilst the audience enjoyed responding to the music. From hugs and cuddles, through gentle swaying to more exuberant clapping, everyone enjoyed this stimulating event.
This morning, Danielle’s mummy kindly came into school to visit and help us with our assembly. We had asked her to tell us a little about Judaism and the celebrations that are happening this week.
Yom Kippur is the most special day in the Jewish calendar.
It means ‘Day of Atonement’ (making things right and good). It's a day to think about the past year, ask God's forgiveness and try to put things right.
What happens on Yom Kippur?
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