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  • Friday 5 July 2024 Voting at St. Vincent's
  • Friday 24 May 2024 Crowning of Our Lady
  • Friday 26 April 2024 Earth Day On Monday, the whole school celebrated Earth Day by dressing up in green and blue. The classes took part in a variety of activities that helped the pupils to gain a better idea of how to care for our planet.
  • Thursday 21 March 2024 Music Festival Y5 took part in the Music Festival at Valence Primary School on Thursday 21st March alongside 5 other schools within the borough. All the schools performed two pre-selected songs to sing as a whole group, which was quite moving and powerful. Each school had to choose another two songs to present at the festival. Y5 chose to sing Here I am to worship and I can see clearly now. The organisers of the event were extremely impressed with our song choices and all the adults were singing along with us.
  • Friday 15 March 2024 Y5 Class Assembly Year 5 shared their learning about the topic of refugees in their class assembly. We have been busy taking part in the shared endeavour project funded by the Mayor of London behalf of The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) since the beginning of the spring term. We began by reading the book Boy, Everywhere which is about a boy, Sami, who had to leave Syria due to political unrest and war. He was a boy just like us, enjoying all the things we have and do and it was all gone in the blink of an eye when he had to leave his home and became a refugee. We created posters to share the message with everyone and wrote poems, inspired by the one we learnt by Brian Bilston entitled Refugees.
  • Thursday 7 March 2024 Y5 Visit to St Thomas's Church One of the units of RE work in Y5 discusses how as Christians, we are all unified under God no matter how we practise our faith. In one of our lessons, we were looking at several other Christian faiths and we went to St Thomas’s Church of England to try to find out the differences and similarities in our worship. Reverend Gemma was extremely welcoming and was able to make it clear that although we celebrate our faith in slightly different ways, we all have Christ at the centre.
  • Tuesday 5 March 2024 Y5 Eastbury Manor House As part of our History topic on the Tudors, Y5 went on a trip to our own local Tudor home, Eastbury Manor House. We were greeted by the educational facilitators who were dressed in period clothing and explained how the house would have been run in those days. We learnt Tudor greetings, what jobs were available to young people of our age, what foods were available at the time, we learnt and performed a Tudor dance called ‘Pas de cheval; and two of the students were lucky enough to dress up in traditional clothing.
  • Thursday 15 February 2024 Safer Internet Day Year 2 learned about Mo and Jaz and what happens with the autoplay function on YouTube and how you do not know what you will watch next.
  • Tuesday 30 January 2024 Year 4 Trip
  • Friday 26 January 2024 Y5 Ancient Egypt Year 5 had been busy learning about the Ancient Egyptians in the Autumn term. We looked at many different aspects of their lives and found out lots of interesting facts. The children practised writing in hieroglyphs and wrote their names in a cartouche, wrote prayers in hieroglyphs in their class version of the Book of the Dead, they made necklaces and painted them in bright colours to imitate gem stones, they used plasticine to create amulets to ward off ill wishes and finally wrapped up their own mummy using their knowledge of the mummification process. Everyone had a fantastic time learning about this period of history.
  • Monday 3 July 2023 Maths Week London (June 26-30) Maths Week London is all about building children’s confidence, nurturing a love of maths and sparking an interest in a subject that impacts all of our lives, every day, and beyond the classroom. Pupils got dressed up as rock stars, robots or wore maths themes clothing, took part in Maths activities and took part in an online competition on TimesTables Rock Stars against other schools in London.
  • Tuesday 27 June 2023 Arc Theatre Visit - Year 5 On June 27th, Arc Theatre delivered their program "Unlimited"; which featured an original piece of live performance specially created for young people, using a fictional story set in WWII to open up the debate on difference, prejudice, tolerance, empathy and respect. Using age-appropriate language, techniques and exercises, pupils went on a journey of human behaviour, exploring today's technological era whereby everything from bullying, peer pressure and fake news, through to propaganda, hate crime and extremism and how it is amplified and accelerated by way of the internet and wider media.
  • Monday 26 June 2023 Fencing Club Showcase On Monday 26th June, a Fencing Club Showcase was held after school in our school hall. The fencers showed off their tactical techniques they learnt throughout the year to their parents and some members of staff. Well done, Boys and Girls!
  • Friday 16 June 2023 Junior Citizen Event
  • Thursday 25 May 2023 Year 5 Trip to Royal Observatory Greenwich As part of our science curriculum, we have been learning about Earth, the moon, the planets and how these celestial bodies move in space. To further our learning, we went to visit the Royal Observatory in Greenwich where we found out about some of the Royal Astronomers, found out how to navigate using the stars, stood on the prime meridian line, asked astronomers some questions and watched a planetarium show about what we can see in the night sky. It was a magnificient day out!
  • Thursday 25 May 2023 Design a Poster Competition
  • Friday 19 May 2023 Trip to Valence House
  • Thursday 11 May 2023 SATs Breakfast SATs week is in full swing. We have enjoyed having breakfast with our friends. Thank you to Mrs Yetton and Mrs Hearne. Year 6, we have got this, we are so proud of all of you.
  • Thursday 11 May 2023 Earth Day We have designed posters demonstrating how to reduce our carbon footprint.
  • Friday 5 May 2023 Sensory Garden On Wednesday, our chair of governors came to visit and opened up our new sensory garden. This garden was put together by some of our wonderful staff members and the children are really enjoying it.
  • Friday 3 March 2023 Book Week Year 6 have really enjoyed book week. They loved reading with their Reception buddies and spending time in the book nook.
  • Wednesday 1 March 2023 Year 5 Tudor homework The Year 5 half-term homework, based on our Tudor's topic, has created some mini experts on the topic. The work completed has been of a high standard and everyone is enjoying sharing what they have learnt with the class. Well done to everyone who brought in their work.
  • Friday 27 January 2023 Holocaust Memorial Day We spent some of this morning learning about the Holocaust. After prayers and some time for reflection, we thought about why remembering this event is so important. We must learn from past mistakes. We shared our thoughts in assembly.
  • Monday 19 December 2022 Year 4 Christmas Dinner
  • Friday 16 December 2022 Maya Masks Today, Year 6 began painting their Maya masks. We have been learning about the Day of the Dead Festival, which celebrates the lives of departed loved ones. Masks are a big part of the day. This is our work in progress.
  • Friday 9 December 2022 St Vincent's Rocksteady Concert On the 9th December, our pupils who work with Rocksteady treated our parents, staff and EYFS and KS1 pupils to a concert, showcasing their achievements within their musical groups over this term. Everyone who attended was very impressed by their instrumental and vocal talents and we are certainly blessed with gifted musicians here at St. Vincent's!
  • Thursday 1 December 2022 Orienteering In Year 6, we have been using our map skills to learn about orienteering. It is an enjoyable way to be more active
  • Thursday 24 November 2022 Year 3 Roman workshop
  • Wednesday 23 November 2022 Maths learning at St Vincent's Dear parents and carers,
  • Thursday 17 November 2022 Frieda Kahlo Year 6 As part of our South American topic, we used the work of Frida Kahlo as a stimulus and created our own self portraits and monkey sculptures.
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