Month: May 2020

Deputy’s dog has a new bow tie

26 May 2020

Deputy Head Miss Lauren’s puppy Larry has been trying on his new bow tie. We think it looks very smart. Apparently he is really looking forward to meeting everyone when we return to school.

A big thank you to all our teachers

20 May 2020

It’s National Thank A Teacher Day. We just wanted to say a huge thank you to all our wonderful teachers for all their hard work and dedication, especially at the moment. The children have made beautiful thank you cards and videos and created thank you backgrounds for their Zoom lessons today. Brilliant!

Naked Nosh are doing a deal

19 May 2020

Calling all SW London/Surrey families and carers! Our wonderful school caterer, Naked Nosh, would like to offer parents and carers a reasonably priced option to help feed their families in the form of a delivery service: homemade, hearty and healthy dishes, ready to cook in the oven. Naked Nosh understand that suddenly having to cook…

Year 1 are all at sea

19 May 2020

Year 1 have been studying pirates this term and they recently had a pirate fancy dress event, which everyone got very involved with. In English the children learned to talk like a pirate and use exclamation marks. Well done shipmates!

Ken’s surprising collage

18 May 2020

The children have amazed Miss Alison with their commitment and enthusiasm for the art lessons. ‘It makes me feel quite emotional when I open someone’s art notebook and see something like this!’ she said. This is Ken’s collage based on Henri Rousseau’s painting Surprised! Well done Ken – great work.

Pupil helps raise £40,000 for local hospital charity

18 May 2020

Well done to this PGP pupil and the Hammersmith & Fulham Rugby Club (including another former PGP child who joined in from Ireland). The club held a charity event last week for Friends of Charing Cross Hospital. They virtually passed the ball from Twickenham in London to Murrayfield in Edinburgh, a distance of 535km requiring…

Year 3 dress up and bake

13 May 2020

Well done to one of our children for getting fully involved with our recent home schooling activities. Year 3 have decided to dress up each Friday and they set a weekly theme and love sharing their costume ideas. They decided to be historians last week and they could come as any time period they wished…

Years 5 and 6 explore the arctic

12 May 2020

On Friday 1 May Years 5 and 6 had a fantastic and highly educational discussion with arctic explorer Alex Hibbert. Alex provided a personal recount of his famous arctic adventure he completed a a number of years ago. This expedition set the world record for polar travel by skiing further on an unsupported arctic journey…