Archive for April, 2015

  • Iman’s interpretation of the story Zahra.

    27th April 2015
    As the blinding, gleaming sun sparkled in the day-light, a young, selfless girl, named Zahra strolled by, her tribal marks were as colourful as a rainbow that has just exploded, carrying a ceramic pot filled with transparent...More
  • Deena’s interpretation of the story Zahra.

    27th April 2015
    The interfering sun shone onto the eye of a considerate girl named Zahra, as a crinkled, beige leaf fell to the dusty ground, from a lifeless tree. My eyes got caught on the vibrant tribal patterns on the girls dress and...More
  • Reception Trip to Underwater Street

    24th April 2015
            In Reception we had a great time on our school trip at Underwater Street. The children were involved in different educational activities which included making a volcano erupt using a variety...More
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Nursery

    24th April 2015
              This week in Nursery we have been reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We have learnt a new song about the days of the week, counted the food the caterpillar ate and made the...More
  • Looking back and forwards

    20th April 2015 | Mr Mellen
    Today is the first day of the Summer Term and the lovely sunshine has welcomed us back after the Easter Break. In truth Stanley Grove was open nearly every day of the holidays with our successful Easter School and Smart...More