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Front Garden Development
Thank you to a group of parents who have been working hard to develop our front garden into a communal space to connect with nature. Thank you for continuing this work, at times that is safe for us all. We can see the garden is beginning to take shape.
Year 6 Spring Update
It has been a very busy time in Year 6. Just before half term, the children took part in Survivor Day. They thought about all of the science and topic learning that they had completed during the half term, and used this to think about how they would survive in the wild.
The children also completed their DT unit on healthy soups. They had investigated different soups; they then worked in groups to design, make and evaluate their own soups. They had a brilliant time, exploring flavour combinations – we may have some budding chefs in our midst.
This week, we started Book Group with Henry Cavendish. The children were reading The Other Side of Truth by Beverley Naidoo. They discussed the story, thinking about the characters and events. Both the questions, and the children’s answers were very thought provoking (we even got retweeted by the author herself). We are ready for our next book, which is very different. Keep an eye on Twitter to see what we think of it.
Black History Month- ‘Black British Icons of our Time’ – Thursday 4th October
This month, in recognition of Black History Month, we are focusing our assemblies and events on Black British Current and Historical influences.
We hosted ‘A Culture Vibe Lunch’ in the dining hall, where we focussed on flavours and music of black culture.
The tables were named after famous black British industry experts, of which each child had the opportunity to post their answers to which industries they think each personality belongs to.
Congratulations to Year 6 who posted the most correct answers.
KS2 Sports Day at Tooting Rec – Tuesday 3rd July 2018
Well done to all the children for taking part in Sport Day this year. Congratulations to our overall winners in KS2, The Red Robbins Team. Well done to our parent winners, female parent race Natalie and Ellie, male parent race Jamie’s Dad and returning winner Akeem. Thank you for the tremendous turn out of parents and all the effort from staff who made it a truly fantastic Sports Day.
Children in Need- Bonneville Go Spotacular!
Our digital leaders took photographs of some special outfits worn for Children in Need
Remembrance Day at Bonneville- Captured by the Digital Leaders
At Bonneville Primary School, we have remembered those who have died in World War I/II. We have been doing activities in classrooms. The early years of Bonneville (Nursery and Reception) have been making poppies using a leaf and dyed pasta for the outside and inside of the poppy. In year two and year four they were making poppies out of card and wore them. In year five, 5K were writing on the white board about World War I and II and 5S took a picture of all the people that have family and veterans that battled/ played a part in either World War I or II standing next to the smartboard that had a picture of a poppy on it. Why poppies represent all the soldiers that died is because in 1915’s Spring, a Canadian doctor, after losing a friend, was inspired by seeing poppies in fields to write a poem that is called ‘In Flanders Fields’. After World War I, due to that reason, the poppy was made a sign of remembrance.
Year 4 Newspaper Articles – Armistice Day
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Extreme Reading Competition
Here are the brilliant entries we received for the extreme reading competition
Science Week at Bonneville
Bonneville Summer Fair – Saturday 18th June 2016
South London Samba Peform at Bonneville International Evening
South London Samba are a group of young people who love to drum. They play music inspired by Latin, Caribbean and African rhythms, blended together with a South London vibe.
Y3 Trip to Kew Gardens
Y1 Trip to the Museum of Childhood
Year 3 Workshop: “Groundwork London: Energy Gardens”
The children had to classify groups of plants, the all planted their own seeds to take home, and we were given hanging baskets and plants for the school.
Wizard of Oz – April 2016