Verulamium Museum

By Oscar (Year 5) and Tanya (Year 4) As a whole school we went to the Verulamium Museum in St Albans to support our work on The Romans. We split into two groups. We started by looking around the museum there were massive mosaics and skeletons. They had clay pots Read more…

The Ballad of Rudy

You might think you already know the tale of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer from the famous song; but are you also familiar with the Jazz Penguin, Nina the singing Walrus and the Blues Polar Bear who helped Rudy find his inner jazz? On Friday the lucky children of St George’s Read more…

Blows Downs

It was with some trepidation that we left the school on our orienteering task, led by the children with only a street map to show the way. Our nerves soon dissipated as the children showed great skill in following the course.  Thankfully, all groups made it successfully to the meeting Read more…

Ashridge trip

After a week of glorious sunshine, we were feeling positive about our trip to Ashridge Park. We planned a day of walking through the forest and playing rounders with the sun on our backs. The nearer the day of the trip became however, the more pessimistic the weather reports were. Read more…

Mead Open Farm

Year1, Reception, 3+ and 4+ are looking forward to their up-coming trip to Mead Open Farm. The children are looking forward to seeing all the different animals and having the chance to feed them and pet them, which will link up with Year 1 and Receptions present science topic.