Foundation 1 enjoyed a science lesson in the snow this morning. They looked at snowflakes with magnifying glasses and watched the snow melt and turn to water. Continue reading
The theme of our Harvest Festival Assembly on Friday, 5th October was ‘Being thankful for what we have’. Our speaker was Norman Coe from the Walthamstow based charity YMCA Christian Kitchen.
On Wednesday 26th September, Year 5 went on a school trip to Epping Forest Conservation Centre. We took part in lots of fun activities including map reading, compass problem solving and building a shelter in the forest. Continue reading
On Monday, 1st October Foundation 1 and 2 travelled by coach to Chelmsford Theatre to see The Selfish Crocodile. It was very funny and although the crocodile was huge we were not scared. We enjoy going to the theatre to see a show and especially liked the coach trip even though we fell asleep on the way home! Continue reading
On a very wet Friday afternoon we went to Forest School to play in four friendly matches against two Forest teams and two teams from St Pauls.
Friday, 28th September saw Avon House participating in the annual World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. The coffee morning, which was organised by the school’s catering staff, was well supported by parents and staff and raised the grand sum of £306.
We are pleased to announce that Avon House has launched a media service to highlight the work and achievements of the school and its children both in the local media and the local community.
On Tuesday, 18th September Mrs King (Richard’s mum) came into one of our Early Years classes to read the Three Billy Goats Gruff to us in Hungarian and English. Early Years are very familiar with the story and Mrs King taught us some of the Hungarian key words from the story. We also managed to count to five, say “hello” and “thank you” in Hungarian. It was great fun. A big thank you to Mrs King from Foundation 1. Continue reading