E-safety day at PPPS National E-safety Day - we are celebrating it at PPPS in lots of different ways! Please remember to take the time to talk to your child about how they keep safe online.
E-safety Role Models! These are our January E-safety role models for January. They all showed positive online behaviour in a safe way. Well done!
Danish Group visit - PPPS had visitors from Denmark who were interested in coming in to see how our unique iPad scheme is running. They were very impressed with the children and the fantastic work they created. Well done to Yrs 4, 5 & 6!
Year 6 child donates a Gas Mask! The Gas Mask will now become a fixture in our World War II air raid shelter museum!
Numeracy & Science days at PPPS - The 31st of January & 1st February 2013 are Numeracy & Science fun days at PPPS! All children participate in lots of different Science & Numeracy activities.
Year 3 Year 3 have been learning about Egypt. They had lots of interesting facts about the country and its History. Well done on your learning!
1PM Assembly - Well done to 1PM on their great assembly!
Meet PPPS's Relay Team!
4JJ assembly Well done to 4JJ for their fantastic assembly about the Human Body!
Snow at PPPS - Although it was cold and snowy, children enjoyed the smow at PPPS!
Andrew Osagie visits Preston Park! As part of PPPS's Olympic Legacy, Andrew Osagie visited Preston Park to talk to the whole school about being an athlete, diet, training, motivation and his involvement in the Olympics. Andrew also launched PPPS's new initiative 'Olympic pledge' whereby each child and staff member will make a pledge to be healthier in 2013!
Saving Energy at Preston Park!
Honey @ Preston Park - Our bees have been very busy down in the Nature Area! They have been producing honey as well as pollinating the flowers. We now ave a very own label for our honey, which tastes sweeter than sugar!
5TM assembly! 5TM's assembly on Friday 7th was fantastic! The class demonstrated their cooking skills which they had learnt in their DT lessons. They taught us some important lessons about being safe when cooking and how you should always get an adult to help you.
Meet our head boy and girl and their deputies - our new Yr 6 head boy and girl (central) with their deputies on either side. Good luck with your new role in school!
Lithuanian Visitors a group of Lithuanian Teacher's visited Preston Park to see how we included all EAL learners in lessons. The group were particularly impressed by our quickly our children learn to speak English. We would like to thank the our Lithuanian children and parents who attended, and helped show our visitors around.
Fencing! Year 4 had a great opportunity to try some Olympic Sports and really enjoyed something new! They thought Fencing was great fun...so, 'en garde'!
Walk to School - many children are walking to school enjoying watching the changing colours if the leaves of the leaves which are now beginning to fall. Try to walk to school as it is healthy and cuts down on pollution and congestion around the school. On the first Wednesday of each month Mrs French hands out the WOW badges so walk to school and collect yours!
PPPS's new head boy & head girl - well done to our new head boy & head girl on being selected this year from the Yr 6 year group. Here they are at the TfL STAR awards at City Hall. Congratulations to you both for being selected.
One World Live Event - well done to Yr 3 boys for their fantastic One World performance!
We have added a Music page to our website under our curriculum tab on the left or you can click here to go straight there!
Did you know that our very own Mr V was a volunteer during the Olympics? Why not ask him how it went?
Oxford University trip
Year 5 & 6 children enjoyed a day in Oxford visiting Jesus College (part of Oxford University) to talk about their aspirations of studying for a degree in the near future!
Preston Park bees!
Children have started visiting the bees this week. One of of our ex-pupils, who is now at Preston Manor, is running 'bee' workshops in view of achieving her Duke of Edinburgh award. The children visited in groups of 6 and could see the inside our two hives in the school.