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QHS charity breakfast raised nearly £600 for the RNLI
Celebrating the Year of the Rat in their curriculum time - with Drama and maths.
Our annual feast of foods from many cultures...
A great start to the season...
An indoor Planetarium...
The story behind the Festival of Hanukkah...
A chance to hear a number of our LAMDA students perform...
The Children from Year 4 visited The Globe Theatre and The Golden Hinde as part of their learning in History and Drama
An outdoor lesson on Capacity - cold but great fun...
Prep 4 visited the Natural History Museum in South Kensington...
In chapel, we talked about the Chirstian feast of Candlemas, othewise known as the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple...
A Cathedral. and becoming a monk or nun for the day...
Under 11 girls had a great start to 2020 with their recent matches...
Prep 7 presented a thought-provoking assembly...
Street Art hits the walls of QHS...
Children in year 1 have been testing their sense of taste...
A beautiful garden, full of the words we need to use with each other to help each other to thrive!
P3 looked at how they have changed over the years...
PP1 visited Chapel to find out about many things used in Christian churches.
Pupils from P3 and P4 met Neal Zetter, performance Poet...
Prep 3 went back in time to the Ancient Romans...
The children in Nursery up to PP2 took part in a sponsored Dotty Dance for Children in Need and Diabetes UK. It was a great time and an amazing amount was raised!
The Netball girls had a great time this week with their game against St Hilda's. They may have lost but they definitely put up a good fight!
The Nursery and Reception children participated in a WildScience animal experience. The children were shown different animals and discussed their habitats and different diets.
The children in Prep 5 and 6 participated in the Primary School Challenge again this year. The children had fun taking part in stimulating mathematic problems!
The older children looked at the famous Wilfred Owen poem and wrote their own responses to this work.
The Prep-prep children had an incredible time this week as they got to build Lego Cities in their workshops. Check out the gallery to find out more!
P3 have recently spent their time as detectives to investigate who stole Miss Shaw's prize box. The children went on to write some fantastic reports in their English lessons.
As you already know, our Harvest Collection was a great success. During the half-term, we took the donations up to the local foodbank.
P4AG recently hosted an assembly about the celebration of Navaratri and we were able to learn more about this Hindu festival
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