We had a fantastic day trying Greek food (which some us made), Greek dancing and even writing our names using the Greek alphabet.
Year 4 have been celebrating all things Egyptian in several fun-filled Egyptian days! We had a great time learning coordinates through Egyptian tomb painting and trialed our problem solving strategies by building 3D pyramids. We investigated the Afterlife by mummifying a teacher; designing, sculpting and painting our very own death masks and creating some disgusting…Details
Over the last few weeks, the house captains have organised our special annual event, The House Lunch. This fantastic initiative invites all of the children from a particular house to play games with each other. This is from Years 3 to 6. They then go to the dining room to have lunch together and get…Details
With the Hour of Code and Safer Internet Day just around the corner, what better time to have a class assembly on the importance of internet safety. Class 6T did a great performance on the SMART rules of internet safety. Each of the SMART letters have a specific meaning which was played by superheroes. They…Details
On Thursday 24th November, the Parents of Year 6 students were welcomed into school for an Open afternoon filled with the taste of Victorian food. Children had prepared a comprehensive range of typical foods from the era, including dishes such as Victorian Sponge Cake, Ginger Nut Buns, Hedgehogs of Fruit, Trifle, Biscuits and a range of…Details
6B celebrated Anti-bullying and Kindness Week with a very special edition of ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’. There were moments of humour as the children took on the role of some of their teachers – Mrs Parkinson being one – and Mr. Calan had a surprise when he was telephoned in the middle of…Details
We were delighted to welcome Professor Francis Barr, EP Abraham Professor of Mechanistic Cell Biology at Oxford University, to Soto last Friday. Professor Barr gave a superb illustrated lecture about human cells to Year 13 Biology students and guests before formally opening the new building and unveiling a commemorative plaque in the foyer. Professor Barr…Details