I just wanted to thank you for what was clearly a fabulous week. My daughter has come back and not stopped talking about her experiences and the fun she has had, it seems like she is walking about 7ft tall.
Lessons in the classroom are regularly enhanced by trips to various places of interest locally or further afield. We have visited the Houses of Parliament, the Tate and the Saatchi Gallery, the Tower of London, Willows Farm, St Albans Cathedral and Hazard Alley.
From Year 4 children are invited to attend annual residential trips. These trips offer pupils the opportunity to develop their independence away from home, to help them grow in confidence, develop valuable life skills amongst their peers and give them opportunities to develop expertise in a wide range of land and water based activities outside the classroom.
We have 30 after-school activities including sports clubs, Drama, Art, Cookery, Lego construction, Nature, Music Theory, Sports, Skiing, Chess, Drama, Crafts and Debating.
We are Ambitious
- “When I grow up I want to be an engineer and a billionaire.” Henry Year 4
- “I love having all the workshops because we get to dress up and learn loads of new things.” Ava Year 4
- “I want to be an archaeologist because I loved when we studied fossils.” Joseph Year 5
- “When I grow up I want to be an Inventor.” Danny Year 5
- “I want to be an engineer when I grow up or a footballer.” Jamil Year 4
- “I would like to be a professional ballet dancer and a pop star.” Ava Year 4
- “I want to be a famous horse rider because I find it fun and I like horses.” Isabelle Year 4
- “I want to be a science teacher when I grow up.” Alexander Year 4
- “I want to be half doctor and half teacher when I grow up because I would like to teach things and help patients.” Lubaynah Year 4
- “When I am older I would like to be a baker because you get to try all your mixtures.” Angus Year 4
- “When I grow up I will be an actor, this school’s drama makes it an amazing experience.” Lucy Year 5
The range of extra-curricular activities is excellent.” “Residential trips help pupils look beyond the school and embrace the wider world.