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It truly was The Greatest Show!

By All School News

On Friday 2nd July the school put on not one but two fantastic performances of the CBPPS summer show, The Greatest Show. Written by the published author Nancy Tucker, the play took a satirical look at what has been a very tough year, following a fictional theatre company (The Stardust Chorus) as they navigated lockdowns and homeschooling during 2020.

A big well done to all the children for their hard work, and thank you to all the parents for organising costumes and helping them learn all their lines!

Sports Day Success!

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On Friday 25th June the entire school took part in our annual Summer Sports Day. With a variety of fun activities suited to the different age groups, all the children were able to enjoy taking part in the day. Sport stations included javelin, circle relay, shot put, welly wanging, hurdles and triple jump before Forms 2 – 6 took part in sprint and running races. All the teachers were very impressed with the enthusiasm, effort and sportsmanship that the children displayed throughout the day!

To see more photos from the day, please visit our school gallery here.

2021 Art Exhibition

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On Monday 21st & Tuesday 22nd June, the annual CBPPS Art Show took place at St Michael & All Angels church in Bedford Park. Pupils from Nursery to Form 6 displayed work they had created in the last school year in a variety of artistic mediums including watercolour and poster paint, modelling clay, fabric and collage. Thank you to everyone who came to view our exhibition!

Click here to see more photographs of the event in our school gallery.

2W Class Assembly

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On Friday 18th June Form 2W staged their excellent class assembly. The assembly was in two parts, with half the class telling the tale of ‘The Ugly Woodpecker’ and the other half performing the story of ‘The Cheetah and The Sloth’. Both stories contained very important messages, including not judging others and always trying your hardest. Well done to 2W!

Form 6 PGL Adventure Holiday

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On Monday 7th June Form 6 embarked on an adventurous week at PGL in Dorset. The class spent five exciting days taking part in a wide range of outdoor activities including kayaking, abseiling and buggy building. They learnt how to work as a team to solve challenges and discover a sensory trail, before taking to the high wire to learn the trapeze!

You can see photographs of their adventure holiday in our school gallery.

Value of the Month – Independence

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This month our Value of the Month at Chiswick & Bedford Park is independence. Reception have chosen this value, and we will have posters around the school highlighting this important skill to all the children.

 

“The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.” – Denis Waitley

You can see the poster for this, and all of our previous value of the month posters, here.

Form 3 Class Assembly!

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On Friday 11th June Form 3 performed their class assembly. Highlighting the importance of protecting rain forests around the world, all the pupils took turns to tell us an amazing fact before singing a brilliant song about the layers of the forest layers. Well done Form 3!

Form 6 visit the Thames Explorer Trust

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On Friday 28th May Form 6 enjoyed a visit to the Thames Explorer Trust in Chiswick, West London.

The class had a brilliant time taking part in a wide range of activities including discovering the depth of the river (2.5m) using weights and pond dipping where they found flounders, swan mussels, Asiatic clams, Mitten crabs, mayfly larvae, hog louse, wandering snails.

Thank you to the team at Thames Explorer for such an interesting and informative day!

Save the Date for the CBPPS Summer Street Party!

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We are delighted to announce the date for the CBPPS Summer Street Party 2021 – Saturday 3rd July!

Tickets (which are available now) are priced at just £5 per person and include a food token along with admission to the event.

With games, music, a tombola, food and more available it is sure to be an occasion not to be missed!

Reception’s ‘Out of this World’ Class Assembly!

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On Thursday 27th May the Reception children all took part in their first class assembly. The theme of the show was space, and all the children learnt facts about the planets, the moon landing and the solar system before performing Aliens Save The World! Well done to Reception for putting on such an excellent assembly!