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Rathfern’s Community Ambassadors joined the festival of WE Day 2020. It was a day full of inspiring speeches and incredible performances. The children listened to the guest speakers who have made changes in their local communities and lives. The days events have inspired our children to continue to make a difference working on projects that […]
“Books are the bees which carry the quickening pollen from one to another mind.” ― James Russell Lowell Year 3 took part in World Book Day on the 5th of March 2020. Children had the choice to dress up as their favourite book characters or wear their pyjamas as part of our theme. We had lots of […]
Rathfern pupils taking pride in looking after our school and local environment. UNCRC article 24 – A right to clean and safe environment.
On Wednesday 26th February Rathfern pupils were invited to visit Parliament. The children learnt about how the House of Commons and House of Lords contribute to the day-to-day workings of the UK Parliament. They visited the Great Hall, House of Lords and many other rooms including the Queens private chamber. “I enjoyed this trip because […]
Rathfern pupils attended the first Urban Debate League round at Rotherhithe School where they participated in two debates. Each speech was 3 minutes in length where they spoke about unknown topics. There were a total of 6 schools in this round that they competed against and won both debates. A summary of the day by […]
With language of the month being Turkish this term, Miss Naz decided to gather all of Rathferns Turkish community and put on a performance for the whole school to learn about the Turkish cultures. They performed the traditional Turkish Cypriot and Turkish dances and they also taught the children and teachers some Turkish. We would […]
On Thursday 31st October, three new learning hubs for Lewisham were launched at the Horniman Museum – The Humanities Hub, The Arts Hub and the Mental Health and Well-Being Hub. We are proud to let you know that Rathfern is leading the Humanities Hub, in collaboration with Addey and Stanhope and Drumbeat schools. Due to […]
Year 3 have been uncovering the different roles Stone Age people had within the prehistoric village! There were architects, hunters, dancers, famers, artists and so much more. One things for sure, early humans collaborated to get the job done. Here we are connecting with our ancestors!