Making Mother’s Day cards in French

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We’ve been artistic in French this week, making Mother’s Day cards ready for Sunday 31st March.

Pupils designed the colourful cards, adding lots of lovely colours, patterns and compliments in French.

We think there will be some very happy mothers this Sunday!


‘The Play’s The Thing’ for Form 6 class assembly

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In a special Tuesday assembly the entire school were transported back to Elizabethan England for the Form 6 class assembly. Based on the works of Shakespeare pupils performed a dramatic medley of his most famous plays including Hamlet and Macbeth.

Well done to Form 6 for such educational and theatrical assembly!

Annual Easter Bonnet Parade

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On Monday 25th March the whole school celebrated the upcoming Easter holiday with a service and bonnet parade at St Michael’s & All Angels Church. We saw some fabulous festive creations and enjoyed performances by Forms 3 and 4, as well as the school choir.

Many thanks to all those who took part and worked hard on their ‘egg’cellent hats over the weekend!

Creating Worry Dolls in English

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This week in Year 2 we’ve brought literature to life and made worry dolls inspired by the book Silly Billy by Anthony Browne.
Along with making the worry dolls the children also learnt a lot about them, such as their origin in Guatemala, Central America, their history and the materials they are made with.


CBPPS Spring Concert

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On Thursday 21st March the annual Chiswick & Bedford Park Preparatory School Spring Concert was held at St Michael’s & All Angels Church. The concert was a great success and we would like to thank all the musicians and singers for all their hard work in the lead up to the concert, as well as all the parents who attended on the night.


Year 2 visit the Canal Museum

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On Tuesday 19th March Year 2 visited the London Canal Museum in King’s Cross, London.

Pupils got the chance to dress up in Victorian clothing and explore a boat, before enjoying an exciting trip down the water on a real canal boat.

A brilliant day was had by all of Year 2!


Nursery visit Battersea Zoo

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On Tuesday 19th March nursery experienced a wonderful visit to Battersea Zoo. They observed a variety of animals and found out a lot information from the knowledgeable zoo keepers. The children loved crawling through a tunnel to a viewing dome in the middle of the meercat enclosure and enjoyed stroking one of the guinea pigs.  It was a fantastic day and the children are now looking forward to lots of exciting activities related to the trip.

Comic Relief Fundraising Success!

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On Friday 15th March the entire school took part in fundraising activities for Comic Relief, with a fantastic £418 raised for the charity! We had a joke competition and red noses to purchase, meaning that all year groups were able to get involved and donate.

As the date fell within Science Week it meant we had two great reasons to dress up, so we had some wonderfully imaginative, science-inspired costumes being worn to school!

Reception visit Chiswick Fire Station

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On Friday 15th March Reception went to Chiswick Fire Station to discover more about firefighters, fire engines and fire safety. The classes learnt all about the role of a firefighter, before getting the chance to sit in a working fire engine and try on one of the firefighter’s helmets!

Many thanks to the team at Chiswick Fire Station for such an engaging and educational morning.

Form 6 take part in Hockey Festival at the Linford Christie Stadium

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On Thursday 14th March Form 6 travelled to the Linford Christie Stadium for the annual hockey festival organised by Orchard House School.

Divided into two teams of eight, each team competed against five other teams across nine different schools. Scores for the matches weren’t recorded as all the teams had only played a few games previously, but the girls were excited to take part and gain experience in playing fixtures.

Both teams found the first couple of games tough especially in adjusting to the size of the pitch, the speed of the game and transferring their knowledge from other invasion games, but by their last couple of matches the teams were showing vast improvements in their performances. They were able to pass and move the ball over greater distances, put greater pressure on opposing players with the ball and become more assertive when going into tackles to create turnovers.

The girls voted Hannah and Darcy as Most Valuable Players for the competition, who each took home a brand new hockey ball.

Well done to all of the girls on their efforts and performances throughout the hockey festival.