Last week, we were lucky to have a visit from Jonathan at Cats Protection, who told us all about how to look after our feline friends!
You can test your knowledge and complete lots of fun activities and games at https://education.cats.org.uk/for-kids/, which is well worth a visit, especially if you are considering a furry pet addition to your family.
Colorado Class visited Hatfield House. This stunning house and grounds were a favourite of Henry VIII and his court. During our visit we walked around the lovely grounds (visiting the Elizabeth Oak Tree) and also got to meet Henry himself! We sang him one of his favourite songs ‘The Hunt Is Up’ and luckily nobody was beheaded!
This Summer, the children faced the daunting prospect of performing on stage at Harlow Playhouse, and they not only rose to the occasion, they knocked it out of the park!
The children performed hits from the 60s through to the 00s, and acted out some memorable highlights from each decade.
Click here to see some highlights (or copy and paste https://photos.app.goo.gl/HA12KtvFXTShaspt8 into your browser). If you would like us to remove or edit any pictures containing your children, let us know.
The local press covered it here:
THE pupils from Pemberley Academy had the chance to shine on Friday night when they took to the Playhouse stage for their end of year performance. No strangers to the venue, where the children had performed in last year although in the smaller Studio 2.
Taking the parents back through the decades with a show entitled ‘Do you remember’ the children from Reception to year 4 treated the audience to drama, dance and music in front of a sell out house.
Deputy Head Lisa Fish said; “We, like all schools, believe in giving the children the best opportunities, and this was one of the biggest yet. The children were given a moment and they took it with both hands, but the ability to perform infront of their parents and families at a professional performing arts venue like this was huge.”
“People such as David Bowie have performed here and when the children come back to the Playhouse they’ll be able to look at the stage and know they’ve performed there. We’d like to thank Rory Davies and his team at the playhouse because without allowing us to use the venue this wouldn’t have been possible.”
Come to our Summer Fete after school on Friday 6th July at 3:10 till 5:30! Enjoy a BBQ supper, while chilling out with some fizzy pop. Play lots of games with prizes to be won, plus Bouncy Castle, Bungee Run and Chair-o-plane rides! Get face-painted and glitter tattooed, and hopefully win big on the prize raffle! Tell your friends!
We’re very pleased to have been rated ‘GOOD’. Read more here.