Prospect Weekly
Year 4 Have Fun at Hever Castle


On a very warm Monday morning, the Year 4 children were kitted up with sun hats and sun cream ready to explore Hever Castle, the birth place of Anne Boleyn. They took great delight in exploring the mysterious castle, along with learning more about the life of King Henry VIII. The highlight of the day was a rather wet, but refreshing, experience in the Hever Water Maze. A special thanks to Ms Wanaka-Muller and Mrs Zubareva who accompanied us on the trip.

Triathlon Roadshow



The children had a fabulous day at Hever Castle. The morning was spent exploring the castle, water maze and a Tudor trail. The children then hit the triathlon skills: swimming in the lake, cycling around the grounds and running through the woods. The children really enjoyed themselves and hopefully have caught the triathlon bug!

The Wonders of Wembley


‘Wembley, Wembley, Wembley!’ sung at the top of the children’s lungs could be heard from miles around as Year 3 approached the stadium in style. The children spent the day in awe of the vast stadium and all that it’s held in its time. They heard all about the famous footballers, pop stars and royalty that have previously filled the famous stadium. As Year 3 sat in some of the stadium’s 90,000 seats, they visualised the buzz of a full stadium. They even got a chance to be VIPs and sit in the royal box. The pressroom saw the children taking on roles of manager, player and man of the match. It was a great and unforgettable day enjoyed by all.

Summer Holiday

This is the final Prospect Post of the academic year and I would like to wish you all a wonderful and relaxing summer.

Looking back through past editions of the Prospect Post, it has been wonderful to see all the amazing activities and trips that the children have been involved in over the year. It has been a pleasure to see everyone grow and develop, and I look forward to welcoming you back in September. To those in Year 6, I wish you all the best as you continue your journey.

Future Dates

Wedneday 5 September

Term starts

Monday 10 September

Clubs start





Monday 9 July

To the parents of children who will be in Year 6 in September 2018

Charge to parents for the Year 6 residential trip to Château de la Baudonnière, France (Sunday 28April to Friday 3 May 2019)

Tuesday 10 July

To the parents of children in Nursery and Reception

On line assessment record for children in the Early Years – Look@Me

Tuesday 10 July

To the parents of children born between 1 April and 31 August 2013

EECP Receipt only

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MK Hodge 13 July 2018