Year 5 classes had a brilliant day at Hever castle, childhood home of Anne Boleyn
Year 4 classes visited Shoeburyness as part of their coastline topic.
Year 2 classes had an interested and informative day at the Braintree Museum.
Year 3 Classes learnt many interesting facts about the Romans at the Verulamium museum.
Reception Classes visited Tesco South Tottenham where they followed the Healthy Trail to learn about about food choices.
Year 3 classes learnt many facts about rivers and canals at Fishers Green Lee Park.
Year 2 had fun sketching the forest and learning about Elizabethan times at Chingford Plain and Hunting Lodge
Gemma's farm visited our Nursery. What a treat! The children loved seeing and stroking the animals.
Our Reception classes had an exciting day at Barleylands, where they found out where food comes from and had a chance to bake their own bread
Year 1 Classes visited Paradise Wildlife Park where they saw many different animals
Year 3 Classes had a fabulous day at Colchester zoo while learning many facts about animals
In geography year 4 are learning about coastlines, so they went to Southend-on- sea to find out more about it and have some fun.
Year 3 Classes visited the Verulamium museum in St. Albans to find out about the Romans way of life.
Year 1 classes learnt about how toys changed over time at The Museum of Childhood.
Carle Class at the Discover Story Centre.
Year 4 classes are learning about how the railway system has changed over times, so they travelled to Liverpool St. station to get a better understanding.
Click on the link to see what Adams Class did at the Exterion Enterprise trip.
Year 3 Classes visited the Leyton Mosque to find out about different places of worship.
Year 1 Classes visited the Paradise Wildlife Park
Year 3 Classes
We visited Colchester Zoo to learn about animals, their skeletons and how they move.
Year 5 Classes
On a bitterly cold day, the Year 5 classes visited the Royal Gunpowder Mills in Waltham Abbey. As part of their history curriculum they learnt about the Vikings. Once there they found out many facts about these Scandinavian people and had a lot of fun at the same time.
Year 4 Classes
Year 4 Classes are learning about railways, the difference between the past and the present.
They travelled from Chingford to Liverpool street on the over ground railway line to find out more about the railway system. They also visited the Kindertransport statue, a reminder of how ten thousand unaccompanied Jewish children were transported to Britain to escape persecution in their hometowns in Germany and Austria. These children arrived at Liverpool Street station to be taken in by British families and foster homes. Only a few were reunited with their families after World War II.
Year 3 classes visited the Gilwell activity park where they learnt about team building.
Reception Classes at Ridgeway Park.
Our youngest children had a walkabout in the park to explore the local area. The had to think about changes in the local area, when dinosaurs lived and the present.
Year 4 Classes
Van Gogh and Monet classes visited the British Museum on November 11th. After a respectful two minutes silent they explored the Ancient Egyptian Galleries.
Year 2 Classes at Stratford Olympic Park.
Year 3 Classes visited Epping Forest.