Mr Williams, a Teach Wimbledon trainee teacher in Year 4, has produced a short film that captures life in the Early Years at St Teresa’s! I am delighted to say that Mr Williams achieved a 1st Class Honours University Degree in Film and Media before beginning his PGCE with us this term.
Mr. Humphrey has developed a wonderful new site for children to explore the wide world of science.
Children from our Eco club were asked to help a local community group based around Moreton Green to collect litter. The children commented were horrified by the amount of litter that had been left – sometimes right next to the bins provided! It made them think about all of the colourful wrappers they see in the shops and how different the wrappers looked strewn across the grass. On the plus side – the children were very interested to see that many woodland creatures such as snails and worms has ‘upcycled’ the rubbish into homes. The children were very careful to take extra care when dealing with these!
Year 4 showed the fantastic progress they had made in the Merton Music Foundation’s In2Music programme when they celebrated at the St Teresa’s RC Primary School Summer Concert, showing their skill at guitar, trumpet and djembe (drum).
Just received 3 fantastic Table Tennis Tables for the children to use in PE lessons and after school club. Paid for through Sports Premium Funding – a grant received from the Government from the sugar tax – this is to be used for PE to ensure children in Primary School are active and so reduce obesity.
World Book Day was a great success on Thursday 1 March 2018.
Thank you to all parents for their efforts with children’s costumes. Everyone looked amazing! Continue reading “World Book Day Celebrations”