Year 6G

The artistic side of Year 6G has been on display recently. The class has excelled in creating a series of cardioids, and other amazing 2D pictures, as part of recent Maths lessons. This requires excellent compass work and an eye for colour. Similar designs can be seen in Art work around the world and carefully combines the joined up worlds of both Mathematics and Art.

Edvard Munch’s Scream has been the subject of endless intrigue as well as artistic debate. There can be little doubt of its iconic status whether in its original form in Norway or in poster form on the walls of many students’ dormitories. Year 6G has had its own attempt at replicating the work of the Norwegian impressionist. Each pupil was assigned a section to depict in pastels. The honour of […]

Join us during February half-term term for super science week! Holiday club runs from Monday 12th – Friday 16th February 2018 and is open from 8am to 6pm. Our little scientists will have the opportunity to explore and experiment over the course of the week through a variety of fun and age-appropriate scientific activities. Full details and booking >>  

Year 6G has been working on a whole series of Book Reviews during the opening weeks of the Spring Term. Not only does this help them to understand the current literature they are reading, it also helps them with their interviews for prospective secondary schools. Questions about the current books they are reading are favourites among head teacher interviewers.  

After weeks of practising for exams, Year 6G relaxed with a visit to Greenwich Park this week. The highlight was a match of ‘Three Touch’ with Class 6J. It was a closely fought affair with 6J winning by two points.

  Year 6G eschewed the concept of pantomime this year and headed instead to the West End to peruse an international show. Matilda was on the menu for the class, superbly acted with brilliant choreography. It was as much a hit with the pupils as it has been with the critics. Throw in a trip around Covent Garden and the class had an afternoon they will remember for many Christmases […]