Prospect Weekly
Welcome Back

There were lots of smiling faces when the children returned to school this week and it was lovely to hear all about their holidays and what they had enjoyed. I hope everyone had a wonderful time with family and friends and I wish you all a very Happy New Year..

We also welcome two Roehampton students to PHS this term – Miss Jayme Garland (working in Year 1B) and Miss Ciara Greed (working in Year 5S).

Year 4S Trip to the V & A Museum

Year 4S had a wonderful day on Tuesday when they visited The Victoria and Albert Museum and enjoyed the multi sensory Winnie the Pooh exhibition. The children took part in a pop-up workshop in which they brought their pictures drawn in the exhibition to life. A huge thank you to Mrs Hawtrey and Mr Ridley for accompanying the children on the trip.

Poetry Competition

All children in Reception to Year 6 have been asked to choose and learn, off by heart, a poem for this year’s poetry competition. There is no theme this year so children are free to choose a poem that they really enjoy.

Four children from each year group who impress their teachers the most with their recitation will be selected for the Poetry Competition finals which will be held on Friday 9 February at the following times:

Lower School at 8.45am – Lower School Hall

Upper School at 2:15pm – Upper School Hall

Good luck everybody!

Busy Bees at the Lower School

The children have had a busy first week back and have had lots of fun being introduced to their new topics.

In Nursery, the children are learning about transport, and they have been busy making cars, driving through car washes and flying aeroplanes!

Year 1 are learning about hot and cold climates. This week the children looked at landscaped photographs and used watercolour paints to create Arctic and desert environments.

In Year 2, the children are studying the work of environmentalist Andy Goldsworthy. Inspired by his creations, the children have made their own leaf pictures using oil pastels.

Flat Stanley is on his Travels

The children in Reception will be bringing home their own Flat Stanley today. Flat Stanley has been dressed up ready for his adventure and he has even been put in an envelope ready to be posted off to his host family! We hope Stanley has a safe journey and we look forward to hearing all about his adventures when he returns to school after half term!

Save the Date

PROFs quiz night – Friday 23 February 2018

Musical Success

Congratulations to the children above who have recently passed ABRSM music exams.


HST Movie Night

This year’s House Schools Trust movie night will take place after school on Friday 26 January 2018. The flyer has been sent to parents via clarion today with a link to an e-form. There is no charge for this event but if you would like to support the House Schools Trust, please follow this link for details:

Reception to Year 2 (3:00pm-5:00pm at the Lower School)

Year 3 to Year 6 (3:30pm–5:30pm at the Upper School)

Movies will be chosen by the School Council and will be announced on the day.

Year 5 Venture into Victorian England

On Thursday, the pupils in Year 5 began learning about their new history topic: the Victorians. They were challenged to put the key events from this era into chronological order, discovering lots of new facts along the way. Most importantly, they found out that ice cream was invented by the Victorians!

Lower School Recognition Awards
Upper School Recognition Awards

Future Dates

Monday 15 January

Clubs begin

Tuesday 23 January

Year 4H trip to V&A museum

Wednesday 24 January

Year 5O assembly: 8.45am

Thursday 25 January

Year 1H assembly: 8.45am

Friday 26 January

HST movie night

Lower School: 3.00pm to5.00pm

Upper School: 3.30pm to 5.30pm





Friday 12 January

To the parents of children in Reception

Flat Stanley project

All current circulars and messages can be seen in the secure section of the school’s website. Please always report any difficulty in logging in to the secure area to the school office, or to the email address shown on the website:

MK Hodge 12 January 2018

Recognition this Week

Each week in assembly children are recognised for achievements in the classroom and in the areas of music, computing, art and sports. This week the following awards have been made:

Nursery L

Finn Porter

Nursery V

Felix Walker

Reception H

Aaryan Madhok

Reception M

Max Jennings

Year 1B

Alma Khan

Year 1H

Cecilia Mauri-Boulogne

Year 2M

Natty Porter-Lynch

Year 2R

Alexa Hutton

Year 3F

Tom Ballantyne

Year 3P

Sam Dyson

Year 4H

Emily Lesjongard

Year 4S

Sasha Hawtrey

Year 5O

Flora Milton

Year 5S

Jaya Bhogal

Year 6G

Pierce Kelly

Year 6J

Gracie Owen