Once again we have been awarded the Inclusion Quality Mark Award. The report reflects all the hard work the school does to ensure inclusion is at the heart of our school. This is something Gilbert Scott is very proud of. Inclusion Quality Mark Report
Children from Nursery surprised Mr Thomas with pancakes this morning! They also brought him lemons, jam and maple syrup. The children were all very excited to share their creations shortly before venturing to the playground to practice their pancake flipping skills. Picture: “Who likes jam?”
On 12th February, all children in Key stage attended a performance of Little Shop of Horrors at the Quest Academy. It was a fantastic show and the children were very focussed on the show. The set, especially the unusual plant, was phenomenal.
Falcons class recently visited the Science Museum. They went in two groups with half of the class going on one day, followed by the other half going the following day. The visit was linked to their topic of ‘Stargazers’. The children were especially inspired by the models of space crafts and space suits. This led […]
On Friday 8th February, the PTFA held two valentines Discos, one for children in Early Years and Key Stage 2, followed by one for children in Key Stage 2. The children were asked to dress up in red. Both discos were attended by lots of children who enjoyed dancing to the music. We were fortunate enough […]
The girls’ football team were invited to be mascots at the recent Crystal Palace v Durham match in the Championship at Bromley Football Club. The girls warmed up on the pitch before the game and walked on with the players before watching the game. Unfortunately Palace were beaten 2-0. After the game, the players met […]