Year 6G

  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 […]

Well done to all the children who won an award in this term’s Medals Assembly!

Year 6G has been hard at work ploughing through a series of exam questions over the last two months ahead of January tests. These pictures show their immense determination and focus.

Year 6G has been hard at work over the last two months ploughing through a series of exam practice questions. Their results and their confidence continue to improve. The pictures show such focus and determination by all the pupils. 

Year 6G had its very own ginger ‘street cat’ pay a visit in November. Following in the paw prints of James Bowen’s Bob, we welcomed Marmalade into the classroom. He was a rescue cat and is in the safe hands of the Catlin family whose daughter Eloise is a former pupil and mother Lucy a regular teacher at Pointers. The class learnt all about caring for cats: veterinary bills, special […]

Year 6 performed superbly at a recent Cross Country event at Merton Court School. In rainy conditions, perfect for fast running, Ethan Ellis ran excellently for the boys, with good performance also from Harrison MacDiarmid and Hugo Jacquemier-Ward. In the girls’ race, Alina Pape and Anna Wood both ran well against very strong opposition. In both races, we ran against ten other schools, finishing halfway down the field, but with […]