On March 13th 2020. we at Kilburn Grange celebrated Sports Relief 2020. We all came dressed up in our best sports gear and were ready for a day of sport fun! We raised £142.90. IT’S GAME ON!
On Tuesday 11th March, some children were selected to take part in an extra enrichment group to play football alongside the other schools is our trust (Bellevue Place Education Trust). The children did amazing with the tournament and came in fourth place! Coach Jim from Rutherford said “The team were so well behaved, played with great spirit and were a credit to KGS.”
Francine and Tracy went a month of eating no sugar. They had amazing will power of eating no treats or chocolates! They did such an amazing job of raising over £400 for Cancer Research. Check out the amazing stuff Cancer Research is doing to raise awareness and well needed funds for affected people. Click on the link below for more information
As part of Year 1 super starter for ‘Unique U.K’, the adults retold the story of ‘Room on the Broom’. The children enjoyed watching the story come to life and were able to take part in the interactive story telling! They all did a fantastic!
On Monday 2nd March, Year 4 visited the Neasden Hindu Temple to enhance their understanding of Hinduism, which they have been studying this term.
The children received a guided tour of the temple, completed some sketches of the inside the mandir and observed the sacred arti ceremony.
On Friday 28th February, Year 2 had lots of fun heading to Australia. We started the day by boarding Kilburn Grange Flight 347 to Sydney, Australia.Read more
On Tuesday the 11th of February, Year 2 visited the National Gallery to observe artwork from famous British artists. This allowed them to develop their knowledge of their topic this half term ‘We are the United Kingdom’.
They explored the gallery and observed many magnificent paintings. The children then had the opportunity to sketch some of the paintings, with many children choosing ‘Sunflowers’ by Vincent Van Gogh as they had learnt about him in their Art class.
The children had a fantastic day and thank you to the parent helpers who were brilliant.
We had a fantastic finish to our topic of ‘London is Calling’ by having D.T day with our lovely parents. We had a challenge where we had to recreate our favorite London landmarks using different materials: straws, sticks, spaghetti and play dough. Some of it was tricky but we collaborated to help each other and used our creativity to make something amazing!