Questions about Oliver Twist

By Farzana Mohammed on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 in News, year 3. 2 Comments


Who runs the home for young orphans where Oliver lives for nine years? How does Oliver break the rules of the work house? How does Noah Claypole make Oliver angry? What kind of character is Fagin? Which character scares you the most and why? Answer these questions if you dare……………

Year 5 Great British Writers Week- Shakespeare

By Dede Pourahmadi on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 in Year 5. 13 Comments


During Great British Writers Week, children worked on a short section of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by William Shakespeare. Children understood this would be challenging from start to finish but were guided through the play script.They showed a great understanding of characters’ feelings, actions and performed the ending part of the play.  Although most of them were […]

Y3 Great British writers week

By Shamina Chaudhry on Monday, May 23, 2016 in year 3. 1 Comment


Year 3 are learning about Charles Dickens and the novels he wrote.  They are reading the text Oliver Twist. Can you remember any facts about Charles Dickens life?  Can you remember any quotes he is known for and what they might mean?

Balancing nails!

By Dede Pourahmadi on Sunday, May 22, 2016 in Year 5. 10 Comments


Science week gave children the opportunity to  understand the meaning of the center of gravity (CG) and its effect on the stability of an object, while balancing 14 nails on a single nailhead.

May the Fourth be with you!

By Dede Pourahmadi on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 in Year 5. 7 Comments


Year 5M pupils came   to class on Wednesday 4th May and  especially enjoyed borrowing books from their new classmate BB8 / reading corner !

Outdoor learning !

By Dede Pourahmadi on Wednesday, May 18, 2016 in Year 5. 5 Comments


  At AFQ Primary, the   value of outdoor learning is  widely recognised.   Year 5 pupils made the most of this    learning opportunity during their visit to Springfield allotments. Arwaa –  ” I liked digging for worms! I can never ever forget how much fun I ‘ ve had!”