The pupils of CBPPS once again wowed us all with their magnificent display of artwork as part of The Bedford Park Festival.
Walking around the exhibition, you could not fail to be impressed by the imagination, creatvity and hard work of all the children from Nursery to Year 6.
Well done everyone!
The day was a great success with a combination of old favourites such as the egg and spoon, sack race and sprints, alongside some newer events which included the tennis ball balance, bean bag relay and the long distance race, over an improved course.
A big thank you must go to all staff and children who contributed to making the day such an enjoyable occasion. The parents should also be praised for such fantastic support and commitment to the cause. They certainly made themselves look very silly and embarrassing when it was their turn to race in the newly designed obstacle course. You did your children proud!
As well as special visits from parents, we also held workshops about ‘Keeping money safe, needs and wants’ and ‘budgeting, currencies, spending and saving and making money choices’.
A huge thank you and well done to Year 6 who created the most amazing mini fair for the Reception children. Also – well done to Year 2 who raised £21 for a local charity from their very own penny collections!
Dressed as Victorian children, the girls were instructed in the 3Rs by their Victorian schoolmistress and were then able to handle a range of authentic objects.
Thank you to Gunnersbury Park Museum for an unforgettable experience.
All of the girls impressed us immensely with their teamwork, bravery and enthusiasm. They have emerged as more self-reliant, become more self-aware and built stronger relationships with each other. It was definitely a week to remember, forever.
On March 5 at Chiswick & Bedford, children (and staff) wore the most magnificent costumes to represent their favourite characters and love of reading. The whole day was charged with excitement, laughter and creativity.