Fri 20 July 2:00pm SCHOOL FINISHES
Mon 3 and Tue 4 Sept INSET DAYS FOR STAFF
Wed 5 Sept SCHOOL REOPENS TO CHILDREN
A big thank you for all your support throughout the year. Good luck to all our children who are moving to new schools in September. We look forward to seeing our Nursery, Reception and Year 1 children in September in their new year groups and classes.
We are proud of the children's achievements this year. They have made strong progress. Keep reading with them over the holidays and give them opportunities to write and use their mathematical skills.
Have a lovely break whatever you have planned.
During the last week of term Year 2 said goodbye to Cardinal Road with an amazing show "The Bee Musical" which delighted and entertained audiences of children, (including Year 3 Victoria Junior School), staff, governors, parents and the community. The performance ended with The Leavers Song and there was not a dry eye in the house! Governor Mr James then presented bookmarks for each Year 2 child. Thank you Year 2 we are really proud of you and good luck on your future journeys; remember to always Aim High!
On Wednesday 11th July 2018 Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 were joined by the 30 hours Nursery children and the Speech and Language Workshop to watch an amazing production of "The Little Princess".
This was a great opportunity for all our children to experience some live theatre, some for the very first time.
The lighting, set and sound effects wowed the children and the actors were really engaging as they played many different characters, with lots of costume changes and different accents.
All the audience joined in with cheering on the good characters, booing the bad characters and singing along to some popular songs.
A big thank you to Cardinal Road FRIENDS who paid for this fantastic event with proceeds from all the fund raising efforts this year; we all had a lovely time!
Thursday 1st March 2018
Animal Fu Workshops
We invited Mrs Fu to run Animal Fu workshops for each class in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. We had lots of fun and learnt about how to keep our bodies healthy. Look at the photos to see the characters we met. Can you spot Mabu the Monkey and DJ Fin?
Thursday 8th February 2018
10 Year 2 pupils were invited to a borough Sports Day against many other schools in Hounslow at Cranford Community College. We took part in 6 different events throughout the day. We were in Lane 6, had our own zone to warm up and keep our belongings. The dome was huge and we loved every minute of our day. We did our best and were really proud of our achievements. We all received a special certificate of participation from Mrs Nowak during our whole school assembly.
CLASS READING MORNINGS
Why not come and share a book with your child during Reading Morning.
For more information please see the class Teacher.
LEARNING TO RESPECT WEEK
During our Learning to Respect Week, some members of the local community Police visited our school to give out information to Parents regarding the Borough's Learning to Respect Programme.
Nursery 2017 - 2018
We are able to offer 30 hour places for eligible children from 9am-3pm from September 2017 during term time. For more information visit:
Well done to Year 2 who arranged a recent MacMillan Cancer coffee morning fund raising event and to all of the parents who attended and made it such a successful occasion.
We raised an amazing £265.17.
Thank you very much for your generosity for raising funds for Grenfell Tower victims. We raised an amazing £530.44. This will make a difference and is very much appreciated.
FRIENDS SPRING HAT COMPETITION
Well done to all who entered the Spring Hat Competition, they were amazing and it was very difficult to judge.
Click on the link below and you will be able to see for yourselves.
Thursday 2nd March was World Book Day. The children came to school dressed as their favourite book character and they looked absolutely amazing. Click on the link below and see for yourselves.
Reception had great fun celebrating Diwali. Children and staff dressed in bright coloured outfits and throughout the morning each class made chapatis, breadstick fireworks and cucumber raita ready for their parties in the afternoon. Click on the Diwali link below and see how much fun they had.