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  • Year 5: Great Viking Invasion

    Published 14/06/22

    In History this term, Year 5 have been learning learning about the Great Viking Invasion. Pupils were extremely surprised to find out that the Great Heathen Army developed a calculated plan to conquer Britain and enjoyed debating about the success of their plan. For their homework the pupils made Viking Longboats, displayed below. In order to report on the devastating consequences of the Great Invasion, pupils took on the role of journalists by producing some excellent newspaper articles outlining the raids and battles of the Vikings. Here a few examples fantastic examples from 5T and 5H. 

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  • The London Stadium Tour

    Published 12/05/22

    As a reward those children who received a sports certificate went on a tour around the London Stadium where West Ham play their football matches. We first got taken to the Royal box where the Queen sits when spectating the matches played at the stadium. We got to see the exact place the Queen sits and the box was very spacious, you could see everything. We had a tour guide taking us all around the stadium, we got to see the changing room which had a personal space for each player. In many of our opinions it was the best bit about the tour. We got to walk on the very same pitch the players play their matches on. It was so exciting and a once in a lifetime opportunity for many of us, I certainly won’t forget. Asiyah Uddin 6H

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  • Sandeep Das & the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain.

    Published 12/05/22

    Cleves had the wonderful opportunity this week to host a workshop and performance with Tabla Maestro, Sandeep Das and musicians from the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. Sandeep Das is an Indian Tabla player and composer currently based in Boston, MA. His collaboration with Yo-Yo Ma for The Silk Road Ensemble - Sing Me Home - won the Grammy award for Best World Music Album at the 59th Grammy Awards, 2017. It is stated that, “Among contemporary Indian Classical Musicians, Sandeep Das is one of the few artists to actively compose not only for the instruments of his native country, but the instruments of the West and countless other countries throughout the world. His innovative style often draws on the rhythm and grooves of the Tabla compositions he grew up learning, the traditional and folk music of India, and his deep-rooted memories and heritage, bringing all of these to life in a new context by drawing on ideas encountered across the globe. The results of these inspired creations have received critical acclaim, international recognition, and continue to dazzle audiences all over the world in frequent tours and live performances.

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  • Healthy Hammer’s Project

    Published 31/03/22

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  • Farm Trip 2022

    Published 31/03/22

    Finally, we have been able to resume our annual visit this week to Lower Treginnis Farm in Pembrokeshire - Wales. 

    Children in years 5 and 6 have been embracing all areas of farm life and developing new knowledge and unusual friendships! The children have the fantastic opportunity to experience and take part in all areas of farm life including feeding and cleaning out the  animals.  We have been able to cook using the farm produce and have been enjoying the range of home cooked food every day! 

    We have enjoyed camp fires and coastal walks whilst enjoying life in the Countryside.

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  • Tagtivate WestHam

    Published 22/02/22

    Westham teamed up with Cleves to celebrate Number Day. Our students were lucky enough to be visited by a coach from Westham who set the children Numeracy tasks whilst carrying out sporting activities. The children had to solve Math problems using Rugby tags located all around the school’s playground.

     

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  • Chinese New Year

    Published 04/02/22

    Reception have been learning about and celebrating Chinese New Year. We have been: making lanterns; noodles, learning about the Zodiac story and making a huge dragon so we could participate in the dragon dance. We looked at different books and stories and also made comparisons to how we celebrate special times of the year in our own lives.

     

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  • Year 4 News Of The Week

    Published 01/02/22
    This week, Year 4 have been making instant ice-cream with a few quick and easy steps. There was a lot of interesting chemistry that went behind making the ice-cream. We looked at how the ingredients changed state&nb
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  • Sensory cooking session

    Published 01/02/22

    This week the children took part in some cooking activities some children made rainbow toast and others made pastries with their own choice of fillings. Making the pastries gave the children a chance to carry out some independent work as our pastry was pre-made. Children practically  enjoyed exploring different types of ingredients and either did spreading with cutlery or their hands/fingers.

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  • Christmas Jumper Day

    Published 01/02/22

    In this festive season, we should always remember people in our community who need our help and support.

    To raise money for charity, the children made donations to wear their Christmas Jumpers at school.

     

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  • Year 3 Careers Week

    Published 01/02/22

    This week in Year 3, we have been focusing on Careers Week. Year 3 have been looking at jobs in the sports industry such as Coaching, Journalism and Physiotherapy. We have learnt that there are many jobs in the sports industry not just being a sports player!

     

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