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 […]

Year two had a fantastic day exploring the Tower of London. It was so wonderful to hear the children remembering so much information that we have covered in class prior to the trips and being so engaged and interested throughout the day. The children enjoyed a great workshop ran by Duncan and helped him clean the King’s bedroom! After that we explored The Crown Jewels and the White Tower!

Year 3- Pointers v Blackheath Prep Our new year 3 football team recently had their first local fixture against Blackheath Prep. In the A team game, Pointers started off extremely quickly, playing some excellent two-touch football which was great to watch and worked well at keeping the ball away from the opposition. Due to this excellent defending the team didn’t concede a single goal, giving us a final score of 11-0!  In the […]

Congratulations to the Year 3  football team who recently won the Royal Russell A-Team football tournament!   The first fixture was against Lingfield College, which the boys eventually won 2-0 after a slow start. The second fixture was the toughest fixture of them all, with Pointers coming up against Royal Russell ‘A’ team. The boys won 2-1, showed glimpses of real quality during this game both in attack and defence. The third […]

Year 6 has this week been seeing the results of bacteria on food items.  Fruit was left in a variety of containers for two weeks to watch the process of decomposition. There were some unpleasant results!