Pupil Blog

4th December 2019

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Roald Dahl

On Wednesday 4th December, Nursery to Year 6 will be dressing up as characters from Roald Dahl books.
Nursery: BFG
Reception: Revolting Rhymes
Year 1: The Enormous Crocodile
Year 2: The Twits
Year 3: Danny Champion Of The World
Year 4: Matilda
Year 5: Esiotrot
Year 6: Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
The child who has the best costume will win a “Wonka Bar” from the famous story “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory”. We will also be doing some activities from our stories. You do not have to dress up but if you really want the “Wonka Bar” then you should get ready. There is a £1 donation for taking part and all money goes to charity. It will be a fun day!
By Ishmail Yr5

22nd November 2019

Friday, November 22, 2019

Parliament week for Priory Primary School

For Parliament week, the Priory Primary School Council thought of three charities we would like to donate money to. The three charities were: Keech Hospice Care, Kids Out and Home Start. The whole school was invited to vote. Even one of the teachers voted! When we all counted the votes, it turned out that Kids Out won the vote! Kids Out is a charity that takes out children whose family can’t afford to take them out. No wonder why they won! Thank you to all those who helped by coming in during their own time and voted for a charity. The next decision is what to do as a fundraiser for this well worthy charity. We will let you know when we decide.

By Iona – School Councillor

 

Children in Need Cake Sale

On Friday the 15th of November, we had a cake sale. We sold cakes, scones, gingerbread men and various other biscuits. All the money made from this fantastic sale will go to the charity Children in Need. Thank you to all that came and supported this charity by buying cakes. We hope you enjoyed them.  By Ismah

11th November 2019

Friday, November 15, 2019

Mr Villiers

Mr Villiers, during World War 2, used to go to Priory Primary School. We asked him many questions about how it was back then. He was very surprised about how different the school looked. He told us many stories. He said that one day he saw a bomb going past! I can’t believe how brave he was! It must have been scary. We asked many questions and one was, What is a gas mask? We learnt so much and it was very interesting. He seemed like a great man and he was very nice and friendly too.
By Eliska.

 

Cinema

On Wednesday 6th November Year 6, Year 5, Year 4 and Year 2 had a trip to the cinema. We took a long walk from Priory Primary School all the way to Cineworld via The Embankment. When we got there we were given crisps to eat while watching the Addams Family. Most of the children liked the movie because at the end they sang a funny song.
The funniest part was when Pugsley tried to kill his dad by tying himself to a rocket and when he threw bombs everywhere. Reception, Year 1 and Year 3 went on Friday 8th November to watch The Secret Life Of Pets 2. My Opinion about The Addams Family : Out of 10 I would rate it 9.5 The thing that made me uncomfortable was the chair because it kept on hitting me whenever I stood up.
By Rahid

4th November 2019

Friday, November 15, 2019

Forest School

Forest School has started again in Priory Primary School. They have been making bracelets, building dens and drinking hot chocolate. They have been eating marshmallows and they have been making campfires so they can warm up their hot chocolate. By Ayan

 

Cricket

YEAR 2,3,4,5 have been participating in cricket at the MUGA. We have been learning how to bat, bowl the ball and field. We have been playing diamond cricket, Hitting the T, and fire racket. It is so much fun. By Saahir

5th July 2019

Friday, July 5, 2019

It’s no joke – a play about knife crime

On Thursday 4th July Year 6 went on a trip to Livingstone Primary School to watch a play with 2 other schools. It was about knife crime. We learnt about why you should never carry a knife, in case you murder or injure a person or an animal. If you see anyone holding a knife in public, you should tell an adult or the police.  Also, remember not to be a sheep.  That means don’t do something just because someone else tells you it’s cool.  If you know it’s wrong, make your own decisions because if you do something you then have to take responsibility for your own actions – you can’t get out of it by saying that someone else told you to do it.