Reading on the Tube

Never shy in finding opportunities to read, Y6 scholars passed the time on the tube (travelling to a gallery) immersing themselves in high quality newspapers and favourite books.

Morocco Appeal

There was a non-uniform day on Friday 15th September to raise money for the emergency Morocco earthquake appeal to support the communities most affected by the disaster (ActionAid UK.)

Nothing Gold Can Stay

Assiduous, tenacious and unerringly loyal to everything Thomas Jones represents, Year 6 have shone. Last week's performances of Peter Pan were superlative. All children shone and wondered audiences from the youngest Nursery child to the Royal Borough's Head of Education. Bittersweet tears were shed.

Year 2 Science Trip

Year 2 recently visited the incredible Look Out Centre at Hyde Park for a day jam-packed with hands on activities – from meadow sweeping, to bird watching, log rolling and pond dipping.


The children have begun to explore the medium of collage, firstly using colourful orgami paper to create their own pictures or patterns, and then moving on to turning magazines into colourful and vibrant collages inspired by the natural world.

Year 2 SATs

Year 2, who have recently tackled statutory assessment tasks with a level of tenacity that belies their tender years, enjoyed an ice lolly on the last day of half term.

Time to Plant

To continue their learning about primary colours, the Nursery brought learning outside this week when they planted colourful flowers.

Imam Visit

Dr Faid Mohammed Said, Imam of the London Central Mosque (by Regent’s Park) visited this week,  with RBKC Education Officer Simone Torry - to speak to the children in Key Stage 2.

Eid Breakfast

At the start of last week pupils arrived for a special Eid breakfast in their smartest non-uniform attire. Some opted to wear clothing that reflects their cultural heritage. Others, donned blazers and trouser suits and a fair few, new shoes and trainers.

The Bike Doctor

Earlier this week as part of the Safe Roads Initiative, The Bike Doctor came to provide a free service to the children’s bikes.

Roman Artefacts

Junior historians attending lunchtime history club as well as Year 4 pupils, both had the opportunity to examine two actual Roman artefacts.

A Day of Drama and Dance

Linked to World Book Day last week, Years 1 -  6 took part in  Bringing Books to Life dance and drama workshops today,  giving the children an immersive experience of storytelling.

Library Monitors

Enthusiastic and doggedly determined, Year 5 Library Monitors - Poppy Robertson and Annelies Razzaq have long campaigned for an additional shelving unit for our KS2 library.

Children’s Mental Health Week

The theme for Children’s Mental Health Week this year is ‘Let’s Connect.’ Years 3 and 4 participated in a joint activity which encouraged them to mix, socialise and get to know each other a little better.