These boys get into the sounds of the Windrush era by listening to My Boy Lollipop by Millie Small #MandevillePS https://t.co/je6S559oJv
Year 6 visited the British Library as part of their study of the immigration of the Windrush Generation, where thousands of people moved from the Caribbean to Britain after World War 2 for work and opportunities. https://t.co/fFnsFbMYXz
"Welcomed by some as 'Sons of Empire.' Vilified by those spreading fears of a 'black invasion.'" These students hear about the challenges the Caribbeans faced when they arrived in the UK. https://t.co/ZeRavCcuYT
The role play areas in both reception classrooms are linked to our topic 'People who help us' (a charity shop and a hospital). These children are enjoying learning to act out the different roles & using a range of new vocabulary. #Mandevilleprimaryschool #leapfederation https://t.co/zfMNTCqK3x
Reception have completed their first few weeks of school, well done! They have been learning how to write their names and numbers. They have also been using numicons to help them count. https://t.co/qH15cccBpS
A very lucky group of year 5's spent this week camping in Kent. They left school on Tuesday with lovely clean clothes and very nervous parents and carers. By the time they returned on Friday afternoon the clothes weren't so clean and the parents looked very chilled. https://t.co/iczjKZmI05
We held a great Science Week this year, which culminated in a really well attended Science Fair....
A very lucky group of Year 5’s recently went camping in Kent.....
Chefs in Schools initiative launches with plans for a Mandeville School of Food....
Our Sports Day this year with @FunMatters
Yr 5 and Yr 6 girls give Kwik Cricket a try
The second year for the Science Fair at Mandeville Primary School.
#beingHowardCarter - investigating an Ancient Egyptian tomb