Indian elephants

When it comes to creativity, children know no bounds. This was clearly shown in the last week’s Art work for Year 3 and Key worker group who carried out this artistic project by using different materials such as acrylic, chunky chalks, paint and many other choices. Our pupils let their creativity and imagination flow and the …

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Black lives matter

As everyone is aware of how Central Primary focuses on diversity, the Key Group A has been looking into Black History. Each days of the week, our children have been involved in a mature and diverse discussion involving themes as suffering, black leaders, unfair treatment, freedom and dreams so that eventually they wanted to contribute …

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Design and Technology Project

For Design and Technology, Year 4 had to build a house or building using as many different materials as possible. This two weeks project was so much fun that everyone in Group B decided to create their own house with materials found in school. Children used cardboard, paper, felt, foam, fabric and paint. The children …

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Equality and Diversity are Central

Identity is made up of all the things that make you who you are and make you unique! It might include where you are from, the school you go to, your religion, gender identity, who you love, the things you like doing, as well as many other things. It is important for us as a …

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Year 1 returning to school

This week, some of the Year 1 children have returned back to school. We are working and playing together in small bubbles named after some of our favourite animals! There have been lots of changes to our normal school day and the children have shown great maturity and have adapted brilliantly to new these rules …

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When the world stopped, Central kept running

18th March was a date that will be remembered for a long time as it was informed schools in UK will be closed indefinitely. A new week began on the 23rd March and school looked anything but normal; cold classrooms, a quiet dining hall, soulless playgrounds and the photocopier not running as usual… The whole …

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What has Year 4 been up to?

This week, Miss Khatun wrote to me to ask me a favour: “Could you please write a blog entry about what Y4 have done?” Naturally, my first reaction was to splutter hot coffee across the computer keyboard and think “Oh no, what on earth have Y4 been up to now? Most of them are at …

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Reception returning to school in bubbles

This week some of the Reception pupils returned to school. They have been amazing at adapting to the new routine and keeping safe through lots of hand washing and staying in their bubbles. It has been great having them back and they are all very excited to be working at school again with their friends.  …

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Poetry in Year 1

This week in English, Year 1 have been learning about poetry. They started by spotting rhymes in a story, before matching rhyming words together and then thinking of their own. On Friday, Mr Jaffer and Miss Turner provided them with a model poem titled ‘In my bag…’ and all the items in the bag rhyme. …

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Creativity

A way of expressing ourselves uniquely  At Central Primary, creativity is as important as other teaching subjects. Year 3 children continued to impress and fascinate us with their amazing artistic skills. The paper mache masks, sketching and shading, making of candle jars, colour-changing celery experiment, making pancakes and exploring blogs are just a few activities …

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Music at Central

I once heard Music is the strongest form of magic and never understood the real meaning of this statement until I joined Central Primary School. Music assemblies, lessons working alongside with Voices Foundation charity, strategies in place to learn through the music made me understand the real meaning of the statement and more importantly; enjoy …

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Year 6 returning in Groups

On Tuesday morning some of the Year 6 children started their return to school. Being the first year group returning, that morning was an exciting one for all of us at Central.  They noticed quickly that lots of things are different now. The changes started already outside the gate before school started with a new …

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