Year 3 loved exploring different communities through role-play. We acted out different scenarios where communities work together and asked and answered the following questions: What does it mean to be a part of a community? How does it feel to be a part of a community? How do communities help and support each other? Can […]
This half term we are learning all about communities in our SMILE sessions. What does it mean to be a part of a community? Can you be a part of more than one community? How do communities help each other?
A HUGE thank you to all who attended or donated to our very first SMILE Café. The event was a great success, it was amazing to see so many parents, children, staff and community members support our initiative …
Along side our partner country representatives, we presented 2 years of fabulous SMILE work to very important education professionals from across Europe (including the director of the British Council.) It was a pleasure to share the fantastic work of our pupils, parents and staff! Can you spot any of your work in our exhibition? […]
Today we all had a lovely time visiting two kindergartens and one school. Harmony also met with her friend the Croatian Owl!
Harmony is very proud to take lots of your work to Zagreb to share with SMILE teachers
Harmony, Mrs Arundel, Mrs Fenton, Miss McNally and Lisa are busy packing their bags to travel to Zagreb Croatia. They will be taking part in a very exciting ‘multiplier’ event to officially launch the SMILE Project. Please check the blog for regular updates and don’t forget to post any questions for the Croatian children and […]
Welcome back from the Easter break! The SMILE topic for this 1/2 term is Self- Esteem. Children will be learning about this and exploring strategies to help them overcome difficulties. KS2 have a homework task on Parent Mail linked to it, we will be using this to create a book to display in the school […]
Today we visited the local mayor!
Yesterday we were all very lucky to visit two of Romania’s beautiful castles: Peles Castle and Bran Castle (better known as the setting of Dracula.) They were very different from each other but also very beautiful! Here are a few pictures of them: Peles Castle: http://romaniatourism.com/castles-fortresses-romania-peles-castle-sinaia.html http://www.bran-castle.com