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March 2017

Cinderella Production

The drama club performance of Cinderella was a huge success this term. The children and adults worked extremely hard all year to prepare their lines, costumes and choreography. We were all amazed by the talent that Redbridge Primary School has to offer. Well done to all of our children, and to Ms Purewal and Mrs Paul for their hard work!

Redbridge Choral Concert

Our Choir and Tamil Dancers performed beautifully at St Mary’s Church in Ilford this week. Other schools included Cleveland, Grove, St Augustine’s and St Peter & St Paul’s Primary Schools. It was a wonderful evening. Thank you to Mr Khan for preparing and accompanying the children to the recital.

 

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Advocates at Parliament

“Our tour of Parliament was very interesting. We were privileged to be chosen for such an amazing opportunity. We had the once-in-a-lifetime experience to visit the Robing Room with a secret room which some say is made of solid gold.” Incia & Iman

“During our Workshop, we learned about how laws are made. It was an amazing opportunity for us to learn. Sarah, our workshop leader, gave us a quiz. Each group had to think of a new law to introduce and we then voted on which we would debate. We had an outstanding time and will never forget this trip.”

Alesha and Samiha

Multilingual Month Assembly

This month, our Tamil club, Panjabi club, Spanish club and other children performed in a special assembly to celebrate Multilingual Month. We had special guests including our parents, teachers and 60 members of the Seven Kings Teaching Alliance which included school leaders and children from primary and secondary schools in Redbridge. It was a wonderful showcase of our talent and celebration of the languages which we speak at this school. Thank you to Mrs Marriott and Mrs Krishna for their hard work in preparing the children.

WE Day

Last week, a group of Year 5 pupils visited Wembley Arena for the WE Day Conference. It was an enjoyable experience. The pupils were inspired by a variety of speakers and performers such as Jessie J, Kate Winslet, Spencer West, Conor Maynard and Fleur East. Each of the speakers had a different message to give, but overall, the message was that  no matter how young we are, we can make a change.

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Year 6 Road Safety Assembly

Year 6 participated in a visiting Road Safety from the 'Riot Act' theatre company this month. Some real-life scenarios were discussed, including some involving the use of mobile phones when crossing the road and touchscreens when driving. Fahim in Kestrels found it very hard-hitting but said it 'shows we all have a responsiblity for safety.' Thank you to year 6 for listening so well.

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Junior Science Competiton

Junior Science Competition at Forest School

Last Wednesday, four Year 6 children represented the school at the annual Junior Science Competition, at the Forest School.  Muhammed, Yusra, Tushar and Hana were fantastic participants and were very excited to compete with over 20 other primary schools across London.  They took part in three science based experiments in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. A massive well done to our year 6 children, they showed great team work, dedication as well as demonstrating creativity to solve these difficult tasks.

Year 6 Visit the Natural History Museum

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On Wednesday 2nd March, the Year 6 pupils visited the Natural History Museum. This gave our pupils the opportunity to attend a workshop, which supported their learning and understanding of evolution-part of our science topic. Pupils looked at artefacts and were fully engaged during the interactive activities, that accommodated our pupils’ learning. A big thank you to the pupils and the parents who were incredible during the day.