On Thursday 16th of June the Year One pupils went to Lego Land. The children had a wonderful time walking around Miniland identifying London landmarks in lego. They watched an exciting pirate show while eating lunch and attended a workshop called ‘Around the World in 80 Bricks,’ where they learned about physical and human features of the world. The children could then choose one feature to build with lego bricks to be placed on a world map.
On Thursday 9 June, Form 6 visited Chiswick House to learn more about the history of our local area. The girls were taken on a fascinating tour of the house by Mrs Stanley-Carroll, in her other role as an English Heritage guide, and appreciated the splendour of the building and the remarkable stories of its inhabitants.
On Wednesday 18th May, 41 members of the CBPPS choir traveled to the Royal Festival Hall to take part in the Barnardo’s Young Supporters Concert. The children had worked very hard to learn an amazing 14 songs off by heart – and their efforts were rewarded as they joined 500 primary school children from across the country to sing in a wonderful concert for this very important charity.
Form 5 girls experienced a glimpse of Victorian life during their visit to The Ragged School Museum. They had a lesson with Mrs Perkins in one of Dr Barnardo’s original classrooms. They enjoyed writing on slates, reciting rhymes and even wearing dunce hats, back straighteners and finger stocks!
They also enjoyed exploring the utensils and artefacts of a Victorian kitchen.
Reception W had great fun performing their assembly about the emergency services. They sang songs, performed a dance and shared some interesting facts about their visit to the Chiswick Fire Station. We decorated the stage with some of their Art work and they all worked together to make a big fire engine. Well done RW!