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  • Able Writer’s Day

    Published 15/01/19
    10 Able writers from year 3 and 4 were selected to accompany Ms Bryan on an Able writer’s poetry trip to the Stratford library. While there, the children demonstrated excellent skills in planning, writing and performing poetry. They worked in t
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  • Year 4 Big Outcome

    Published 15/01/19
    On the 13th of December, year 4 put on a spectacular performance to showcase the work they had been doing in autumn term about the Romans. Children performed a dance depicting the battle between the Celts and the Romans. In DT, children focused on ma
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  • KS1 Christmas Concert

    Published 19/12/18

    “It’s the most wonderful time of the year…”

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  • Year 3 Big Outcome

    Published 19/12/18
    In Geography this term Year 3 have been learning about maps and mapping skills. We started by discussing how maps are useful and we also found information on maps with the help of grid references. In class, we located cities, counties and regions on
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  • LKS2 Christmas Concert

    Published 18/12/18
    Wow! What a brilliant start to the Christmas Concert season. LKS2 worked extremely hard to put together Curwen’s version of a Christmas Carol. The show took the audience through Billy’s journey to change the error of his unkind ways with
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  • Curwen receives the Artsmark GOLD Award

    Published 13/12/18
    Arts Council England celebrates Curwen Primary School’s ongoing commitment to arts and cultural education and the opportunities established across the school. Children are offered equal opportunity to plan, experience, participate in, and evalu
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  • Year 3 See Matilda in Theatre

    Published 12/12/18
      On Wednesday 28th November 2018, year 3 travelled to London to see “Matilda” in the theatre. This was linked to our Literacy as we have been reading Matilda and other books written by Roald Dahl. The children thoroughly enjo
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  • EYFS Nativity Concert

    Published 11/12/18
    Christmas is a very special time of year, and this year our EYFS nativity was all about magic words. The magic words told a very special story about Mary and Joseph. “Hello Mary. Hello Joseph”. The first magic word was Nazareth, where
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  • Choir at the Christmas lights switch on

    Published 05/12/18
    On Monday 3rd December 2018, the school choir had the privilege of singing outside Plaistow Station for the Christmas Lights Switch-on. The children drew the attention of many passers-by; by the time the lights were switched on, there were around 100
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  • Positive Parenting Workshops Evaluation

    Published 05/12/18
    Following the success of last term, we ran another series 6 of ‘Positive Parenting Workshops’ this term. The aims of the workshops are to raise awareness of basic parenting skills and encourage parents to engage with one another, share id
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  • Place2Talk Poster Competition

    Published 05/12/18
    One of the most popular aspects of Place2Be’s support in schools is called ‘Place2Talk’. It’s open to all pupils, and they can make an appointment to spend 15 minutes with a trained counsellor, either by themselves or wit
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  • Year 2 Big Outcome - The Great Fire of London

    Published 29/11/18
    On Wednesday 28th November Year 2 held their Big Outcome to showcase everything the children have learnt during The Great Fire of London topic. Each class used drama to tell the story of how the fire began through to its eventual ending. The children
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  • Year 5 Big Outcome - Ancient Greece

    Published 28/11/18
    On Tuesday 27th November year 5 held their big outcome at the end of their Ancient Greek topic. All of the children and staff's hard work ​was showcased in a museum held in the year 5 and 6 dinner hall. This included work from all
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  • Children in Need

    Published 22/11/18
    Last Friday for Children in Need the whole school went SPOTTY! It was lovely seeing everyone in their spotty outfits and pudsey ears! Thanks to all parents and children we have raised an amazing £409.42 for such a great cause!
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  • Winter Reading Challenge

    Published 20/11/18

    Get ready to join the Winter Reading Challenge. This is for any child of any age that lives in Newham.

    Competition runs from 1st December to 11th January 

    Good Luck!

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