It’s been a wonderful year in school and we would like to wish all pupils and their families and friends a restful summer - it is deserved. We will see everyone on Monday 5th September for the new school year.


What a joyous celebration we had for the Year 6 Leavers’ Assembly! There was laughter and tears and a lot of emotion as we said a fond farewell to these amazing young people. The class of 2021/22! 🤩🤩


Our Year 6’s made us proud (and cry!) today with three wonderful performances of Hairspray! They worked so hard and it was absolutely phenomenal! Well done to the cast and to Ms Gleeson for a fantastic show! 👏👏👏👏


Reception classes are making the most of waiting to watch the Year 6 performance of Hairspray!


Faith in Schools are delivering a workshop on Christianity as part of their RE learning today in Year 4.


Hi Miss A! They are all grown up and ready for year 7! 🤩


First run through of Hairspray with the tech before the first show tomorrow! It’s getting very exciting!


Thank you to Tiffany’s mum for hand making all these bow ties for our Year 6 show! 🙌😍


We have passed the traffic now and will be there just after the last ETA. Time on the maps now says 1:20pm. See you soon!!!


We have hit a bit of traffic on our way home. The ETA is now 1:15pm. We will update you again soon!


It’s our last morning at Letton Hall. We are expecting to be back to Chobham at approx 12.30pm. Please be there to pick up your child as they can go straight home. We will send a more accurate ETA as soon as we are on the move!


Party, party, party! 🎉


Party time! Lots of celebrating to end an amazingly fun week!


Warming up ready for some dancing after dinner!


Year 6 are getting party ready for the last night at Letton Hall!


We let the Year 6’s loose in the Letton Hall shop this afternoon to stock up on party treats!


Pedal karts….


Pedal karting - using their own legs for power!


More go karting!



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Week 2 (wc 11th Jan)

3a wk2
Year 3 timetable 

WK2 RE 11.01.20 
Today, we continue to be learning about Sikhism and its meaning to Sikhs. More specifically, we will be looking at the story of Khalsa; the group of 5 courageous people who were willing to die for their faith. We will discuss why this story is important and what is its moral message. Would you be one of those 5 people who stepped forward?

Geography Y3 L2 11.1.21 
We continue our focus on answering the question: ‘What resources do we use and why?’ In this week’s lesson, you will be learning about the meaning of, and the difference between, renewable and non-renewable energy. You will also be able to explain some the advantages and disadvantages of renewable and non-renewable energy. Finally, you are encouraged to use the knowledge you obtain from today’s lesson to form your own opinion about what sources of energy we should be using and why. Enjoy!  

Y3 W2 Maths 12.01.2021
The topic we are focusing on in Maths this week is ‘addition and subtraction’. Today’s lesson starts with a revision of your previous learning of subtracting a single digit number from 11 to 18. Then, you will be learning to add a two-digit number and a single digit number using ten frames and partitioning the addends. Enjoy!

Y3 W2 Literacy 12.1.21 
In this lesson, you will learn how to build sentences with new vocabulary, using prepositions and adjectives. Prepositions tell us about time, movement or position, and adjectives add description to nouns to create expanded noun phrases. Both of these writing tools help to build a picture in the mind of the reader, making writing expressive and interesting to read. When you build your own sentences, don’t forget to begin them with capital letters and end them using full stops, exclamation marks or question marks. Please also remember to write in your most beautiful handwriting, following x l and y height letters! 

Y3 Literacy W2 13.1.21  
In this lesson, we will be writing a setting description. We will be using the skills we learned yesterday, building sentences which include prepositions and adjectives, to paint a vivid picture in the mind of the reader. Pause the video and use the help sheet as a guide when you complete your writing. Once you have finished, ask an adult at home to email your work to your teachers! Miss Fenton’s email: Miss Agoglossaki’s email: Marzouqa’s email:  

WK2 Maths L2-13.01.20
Today, we will be learning how to subtract a single digit numbers by two-digit numbers using partition. You will be practising to partition both minuends and subtrahends in order to find the difference between two numbers. At the end of the lesson, you will be able to solve 4 different calculations using the specific method and complete an activity on purple mash. Enjoy!

Y3 W2 Literacy 14.1.21  
In this lesson, we will begin reading chapter 2 of The Iron Man! We will then follow success criteria to retrieve key information from the fiction text. Make sure you have a piece of paper and pen ready, so that you can pause the video and follow the success criteria to retrieve your answers. Good luck!  


WK2 Reading comprehension-14.01.20
In today's lesson, we will be focussing on two different types of questions: retrieval and vocabulary interpretation. We will learn how to answer on both types following specific strategies. The first type is focussing on the ability to skim and scan from the text trying to find the answer, the second part is based on the vocabulary, trying to explain the meaning of the words in context. Remember to pause the video in order to answer on your questions.

15th Jan PHSE rights and responsibilities Y3
Welcome to our first PHSE lesson for this term. Today, we will be looking at the difference between rights and responsibilities and its significant impact on our lives. We will be looking at a range of examples discussing our rights and responsibilities at home/school. At the end pf the lesson, you will be able to make a list writing what rights and what responsibilities you have at home.

15th Jan computing online safety Y3
The topic we are focusing on in Computing for the first three lessons is ‘Online Safety’. In today’s lesson, you will learn about passwords: what are passwords? What makes a safe password? How to keep passwords safe? What are the consequences of giving your passwords away? The lesson will also help you to understand how the Internet can be used to help us communicate effectively. Once you have watched the video and engaged with the teaching slides, please complete a task set for you on Purple Mash to test your knowledge of online safety and the importance of protecting our personal information when surfing the Internet. Enjoy!