Culture Blog

Hummingbird Class – Myths and Legends mood artwork

This term, in IPC, we have been letting our creativity flow. We have produced lots of different pieces of artwork, that link to Myths and Legends. In particular, we created a collage of a myth or legend, and thought about the emotions this character may have. We created a colour chart, to help us remember ...

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Culture – CMS Christmas Orchestra

Today, Parsloes Primary School was visited by a very exciting guest which was the Barking and Dagenham Community Music Service (CMS). They visited us with 16 piece orchestra and played two concerts for us. They had a range of instrument families; including woodwind (flute, oboe, bassoon), brass (tuba, trumpet, french horn and trombone), strings (viola, ...

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Parsloes Primary – Magic Show with Nicki Trix

Parsloes Primary School had the privilege of putting on an amazing magic show for the children this week, featuring Nicki Trix. It was good to see the children awe-inspired by some amazing magic. Capture the smiles on their faces…

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Ladybirds’ Christmas Party

Today we all enjoyed our Christmas dinner. In the afternoon we had great fun at our party. We played pass the parcel, musical chairs and musical statues.  We also danced to some Christmas music.

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Parsloes Primary Does Christmas Dinner!

Yummy yummy in my tummy! Merry Christmas from everyone at Parsloes (excuse us munching on our tasty Christmas dinner.)

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Year one perform the Nativity

For the last few weeks the children in Year 1 have worked hard preparing for the Nativity, learning songs, dances, lines and actions. The time had finally come for them to perform in front of the audience this week. After 3 performances, it’s now finally all over.       Well done year 1 children! ...

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Year 6 Sparrowhawk Class

In Year 6 today, each class has taken part in a Refugee Workshop run by the Red Cross. We have talked about why people may have to leave their home in  their country of origin to find a safe refuge. This may be because of war, natural disaster or to have better prospects.

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Shakespeare’s House Challenge

In our most recent House Challenge, Shakespeare House was given the task to decorate the entrance and corridors in a Christmas theme, in preparation for the Christmas Bazaar. Using only minimal resources: card, paper plates, string and of course glitter (because Christmas isn’t Christmas without glitter!), the pupils made a variety of decorations.   As you can see ...

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Seacole House give the dining hall a make-over – festive style

In a recent House Challenge, #teamSeacole decorated the dining hall with paper-coned Christmas trees, hand-print window cards, festive ornaments and a thumb-print string of lights display for the door entrance.                 Using card, paper plates, feathers, copious amounts of glitter and their imaginations, the team created absolutely amazing pieces for ...

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Parsloes Primary Christmas Bazaar

Recently, Parsloes Primary School put on a Christmas Bazaar. Lots of stalls were put on with different activities made available for the children and their families, from a bouncy castle, sponge the teacher, white elephant, fortune telling, hair braiding and face painting and many more. Despite the cold, miserable weather the children and families had ...

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Parsloes Primary School
Spurling Road

Tel: 0208 270 4925