Year 1 brought The Great Outdoors into the hall with their Fabulous Funky Flower Fair yesterday and what a resounding success it was.
House Day marks the end of every half term and the children thoroughly enjoy spending time with their friends from all year groups.
The Early Years classes all had a session with Vivienne Harris, the pedestrian trainer from Southwark, on Monday.
All was tranquil in idyllic Fairy Dell. Woodland creatures such as a badger, a squirrel, a wise owl and a bushy fox were dwelling peacefully.
Our Biker’s Breakfast was a huge success and many children arrived at school on their bicycles.
One of the most wonderful things about School life is how much the children learn through play, without even noticing.
We were delighted to welcome two London Police officers to DUCKS who offered a free bike marking service as part of the ‘BikeRegister’ bicycle identification and registration initiative.
Traditionally our inter-schools summer swim gala has been held on a Monday, but this year Friday was the only date that all three schools could commit to.
We had a delightful assembly on Monday morning when some of our children performed a concert to the rest of the school with their parents.
Pyjama Day raises over £200 for the Angus McDonald Trust Our Pyjama Day on Thursday 24 May was a huge success.
The Kindergarten children have created a piece of art work for our pop up art gallery. The art work was displayed and visited by the Master.
The Nursery children took the term ‘monkeying around’ to the extreme this week as they took to the trees during their Forest School lesson.
The Nursery children have been looking at the animals and insects in the stories of Eric Carle from different perspectives.
Since the Year 1 children planted their gardens we have seen seeds sprout and a lot of growth in the plants.
Thursday morning’s assembly was packed with May Day celebrations and traditional performances.
DUCKS celebrated two huge achievements in our Readathon assembly. During the Easter break we read more than 1,284 books.
Pupils at DUCKS begin the summer term with a hive of activity as they launch 'The Great Outdoors', their theme for the summer term.
We are proud to announce Abi van Twisk, an old DUCKONIAN and old Alleynian, has been selected to represent England in the Women’s Road Team in Australia next month.
Last week DUCKS school council entered their second phase of planning for their Eco Project.
Reception enjoyed becoming Palaeontologists and animal explorers on our trip to The Natural History Museum this week.