Monday, 30 April 2018

Condover Hall update

All is going well at Condover Hall, the children have completed Cluedo this evening and are now back at base and are getting ready for bed. Their behaviour has been exemplary - a credit to the school and you all! They are having a fabulous time and enjoying every minute as are the staff! This will be the final update tonight.

Breakfast is at 7.50am and we will update you in the morning.

Please follow the link below to see some photos from today:

Condover Hall Day 1

Condover Hall Update

The Year 5 children are having a fabulous time. They have all completed their first activity which was one of abseiling, ticket launch, tunneling, lazer maze or multi vines. They have had dinner - chicken and rice, pasta and sauce and butter scotch angel delight or fruit.

They are now off to do their evening activity which is a giant Cluedo.

April Newsletter

Please be aware of the April Newsletter which came home today.

Condover Hall Update

The Year 5 children have arrived safely at Condover Hall and are familiarising themselves with their new environment. They are having a wonderful time, are settling in and are all happy. They start their first activity at 3.30pm.

Clockhouse do The Daily Mile

This year we began doing The Daily Mile. The aim of The Daily Mile is to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health and well-being of our children – regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances.

The children love taking part and it is certainly good for them!

Condover Hall update

The children are all fine and enjoying their lunch at the service station. We will keep you updated as often as possible.

Sunday, 29 April 2018

Propaganda Posters in Year 6

Year 6 had a great time putting their art skills to work when creating propaganda posters linked to their theme Jack's War. They used their historical knowledge and their art skills to create some great posters.

Great job Year 6!

Clockhouse and Bower Park unite!

The children in Year 5 and 6 were treated to a day of handball last week when former pupils and handball experts came to visit us from Bower Park School.

The children had a great time learning a new sport which we are looking to put into our curriculum next year and it was also lovely to hear about the ex-pupils successes after leaving us.

Both the Bower Park students and the Clockhouse children were a credit to their schools. Well done everyone and thank you to Bower Park for teaching us something new!

Great job Greenland

The children from Greenland produced some fantastic art work which has been exhibited at the Queens Theatre as part of National Autism Month in conjunction with RAGS (Romford Autistic Group Support).

The children were so proud of themselves and those who chould make it enjoyed receiving their certificates  from the Mayor. 

Well done everyone we are very proud of you!