Above - Class 7 2018-2019!     


   Above - our representatives on the School Council

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    Welcome to the 2019 Summer Term!

Important Days:-        

Monday - P.E. Please ensure your child has the correct kit. In fine weather we may go outside for this session, so trainers are                                 advisable too.


Friday - Games - Please ensure your child has the correct kit along with suitable trainers.

              Homework - Friday is the day homework will be set related to classwork from the week or a longer project related to                                            the cross-curricular topic.This homework needs to handed in the following Thursday unless a longer                                                project. Spellings will also be given on a Friday and checked on a Friday, on a weekly basis.

Cross-Curricular Topic - 

Numeracy -   

Literacy -  


History -         

I.T. -




P.E./Games -


Music -   Miss Newton will teach music to Class 7.      

Here are some dates for your diary for the 1st half of the Summer Term;-

Monday 15th April - School reopens for the Summer Term.

Wednesday 17th April - Friends of Chesham's 'Easter Eggstravaganza', 3.30pm-5.00pm.

Thursday 18th April - School closes for the Easter weekend.

Tuesday 23rd April - School reopens.

Monday 6th May - School closed for Bank Holiday.

Tuesday 7th May - School reopens.

Friday 24th May - Year 5/6 children leave for Windmill Hill. School closes for half-term.

Monday 27th May - Year 5/6 children return from Windmill Hill.

Below - a few photos from the Autumn & Spring Terms starting with our terrific artwork and written work about alien invasions, together with our amazing alien models!

Below - 2 fabulous displays - artwork inspired by French impressionist painter Henri Rousseau (1844-1910) and written work & artwork inspired by the story of 'The Firework Maker's Daughter'



Above - Wednesday 6th March - 2 more groups working with 'Scratch'

Below - Wednesday 27th February - some of us began learning computer coding using 'Scratch'


Below - Wednesday 6th February - we worked in pairs, using the i-pads, to help us research a wide variety of facts about Italy


        Below - Autumn Term 2018 - As a follow-up to the story of Hiroshima schoolgirl Sadako Sasaki (1943-1955) a victim                   of the long-term after-effects of the atomic bomb dropped on 6th August 1945, some of our origami peace cranes            were taken to Hiroshima last October and placed alongside the Children's Monument in Hiroshima Peace Park


                                       "I will write 'Peace' on your wings and you will fly all over the world." Sadako Sasaki