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 4 (wc 25th Jan)

25th Jan - Reading Comprehension - Year 3
In this video we will be reading the next part of Chapter 2 of the Iron Man. We will also learn about the skills of skimming and scanning to retrieve key information from a fiction text. Once you have watched this video, complete your purple mash activity, which uses the same skills.

26th Jan - Maths: Revising place value
Today, we will be revising the place value concept by looking in detail the number 312. You will have the chance to examine a range of representations (number line, number grid, place value chart)  that will support your work on place value. So, what do you finally know about the number 312? After you watch the video,, please complete your maths activity on purple mash.

27th Jan Science Week 4 Year 3 
In this week's lesson, we will be answering the question ‘which soil is most permeable?’ To this end, you will be reminded of the meaning of the word ‘permeability’, taught how to read scales on a measuring beaker and explain which soils are more permeable and why. Once you have watched the recorded lesson and engaged with the teaching slides, complete a short quiz on Purple Mash to test your knowledge and understanding of permeability of soil. Enjoy!


28th Jan Literacy Long Write Year 3 Week 4 - Part 1 
In this video, you will learn how to write Hogarth's diary. In his diary, Hogarth recounts what happened yesterday, when the farmers noticed giant toothmarks in their tractors, finally believing the Iron Man had returned! He then tells his diary the plan to trap the Iron Man by luring him into a pit!

28th Jan Literacy Long Write Year 3 Week 4 - Part 2
In this video, you can watch Miss Fenton writing the first part of Hogarth's diary. Take careful notice of how she follows x l and y height letter rules when she is writing. 

29th Jan Computing Y3 week 4
In this week’s computing lesson, we will be answering the question: ‘Is everything we read or see online true?’ You will be able to understand that not everything you read or see on websites is true. You will also learn how to recognise‘spoof’ websites, consider why they might exist and learn how to check that the information is accurate. Once you have watched the recorded lesson and interacted with the teaching slides, complete a short quiz on Purple Mash to test your knowledge of the subject. Enjoy!