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Simon Marks Jewish Primary School

Dance Festival – Year 5

On Tuesday, Year 5 had the exciting opportunity, along with several other Jewish schools to take part in the annual Israeli Dance Festival, which is put on by the Israeli Dance Institute. Over the last 2 months we have been working tirelessly to learn over 20 dances!      …

Year 5 – Tower of London Trip

Year 5 had a wonderful trip to the Tower of London! This half term we have been learning about the Tudors.  During our trip we had a fantastic workshop where we got to explore Tudor clothing and arrange one another in order of hierarchy and importance.  Many of our students…

Year 5 – Tudor Day

Year 5 went back in time this week to the Tudor era! We welcomed many people into our classroom, such as King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. We had a wonderful day where we role played what it would be like to live in Tudor times, and discussed why Henry…

Pyjama Day – Year 5

Year 5 have been working tirelessly over the last half term in their maths, literacy and science lessons.  They have produced amazing work, and even presented an impressive class assembly!  As a reward, they were given the opportunity to come to school in their pyjamas!  Great work this half term…

Year 5 Assembly

This morning, Year 5 took the whole school on an underwater adventure aboard our yellow submarine!  Our students shared what we have been exploring within our Into The Deep topic this half term.  We displayed our skills of multiplying decimals by whole numbers in maths, exploring asexual and sexual reproduction…

Tu B’Shevat Art Day – Year 3

Year 3 studied the work of photographer Carl Warner.  We made edible landscapes using foods of the seven species.  The children started by exploring Carl Warner’s work to gain inspiration for their own landscapes.  We then tried out some different techniques to create trees and houses.  Some children even experimented with…

Tu B’Shevat Art Day – Year 5

For Art Day, Year 5 explored what the Tree of Life meant and the different interpretations that there are in the media.  Many of the Tree of Life images we saw had meanings behind them, such as keeping the environment safe or the importance of nature preservation.  We then decided…

Tu B’Shevat Art Day – Year 4

For Art day, Year 4 children studied the works of Giuseppe Penone, who is well known for his works and sculptures which involve using twigs, branches, trees, plants, cardboard, etc. Beforehand, we collected a range of resources which would allow us to try and make sculptures that linked with Tu B’Shevat. …

Tu B’Shevat Art Day – Reception Class

Reception children were inspired by the portrait artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo. The children chopped, peeled and spiralised different types of fruit and vegetables to create 3 dimensional portraits.