Year 6 were very lucky to be joined by Lea to take part in a workshop where they became ‘Fixperts’. They discussed what fixing meant and where they had to fix in everyday life. They were then set various challenges where they would need to fix a problem such as turning pages in a newspaper without… [Read More]
Last week, we hosted our very own “Simon Marks Has Got Talent” competition and what incredible, talented children we have in our school. There were singing acts, dancing acts, juggling, piano playing, trumpet playing and even 2 members of our staff that kept a ball in the air between them. Our audience of parents, carers… [Read More]
Year 6 had a brilliant day out to the theatre to watch Mona Golabek perform The Children of Willesden Lane, their class book. Everyone agreed that it was an inspirational performance of a very moving story about a young girl’s experience of the Kindertransport. Well done Year 6 for being great representatives of Simon Marks!
Incase you haven’t seen – amazing things are happening in the garden! We have beautiful pink and orange Californian poppies brightening our day. A sea of colourful cornflowers waving in the breeze (yes they come in white, pink, purple and blue!) We also have courgette flowers blossoming AND….BABY POTATOES!! And in the Early Years garden… [Read More]
Today, members of the Jewish organisation; TRIBE, came to visit our Year 6 children. TRIBE delivered a workshop called ‘Kosher Apprentice’. Our Year 6 children have been asked to design a new, kosher, summer snack and decide how would be the best way to market the snack. Their snack design and marketing strategy will be… [Read More]
Earlier this term a group of enthusiastic Year 5 and 6 mathematicians took part in the UK Mathematics Trust’s Junior Maths Challenge. This challenge was for pupils in Year 8 and below so it was amazing that pupils in Year 5 and 6 were giving it a go. The challenge involved solving some very complex… [Read More]
Last week the children at Simon Marks were preparing for Shavuot. Everyone in the school was busy. Rabbi Mason came to our Kabbalat Shabbat assembly on Friday and talked to the children about Shavuot. The children sat enthralled listening to him talk. To prepare for Shavuot some classes made paper flowers or flowers to wear… [Read More]
Please find below some photographs of our children having fun on their trip.
Yesterday we celebrated Lag B’Omer at school. Reception to Year 6 enjoyed playing archery in the school hall. For lunch the whole school sat outside and enjoyed a meal of chicken drumsticks, falafel, pitta and salads. The sun was shining and a lovely time was had by all.
Today Reception, yr1, yr2, yr3, yr4, yr5 and yr6 were invited to the Lord’s Cricket Ground by Marleybone Cricket Club and Middlesex Cricket Club. They watched a T20 women’s match which included the Middlesex Women’s Team. Everyone had a lovely day and the children were also able to meet some of the Middlesex stars!
Today, children from Years 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 visited Shuk Machane Yehuda. The children were able to experience the aromas and flavours of an Israeli market. They had a wonderful time and proceeds from the event were raised for further testing for the Ezer Mizion Bone Marrow foundation.
Year 3 visited the Science Museum to embellish their studies of ‘Forces and magnets.’ They had a wonderful time at the museum which included a workshop. Below are some pictures from their trip.