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Immanuel Family Enrichment Opportunities

Enrichment Activities for Parents and Carers

 

 

30th April- Monday 16th July 2018.

 

Workshops Term 5 & 6: Family Numeracy- 10-week Course, each Monday, starting Monday 30th April- Monday 16th July.

 

 

Friday 8th June 2018

 

Growing Against Gang Violence - 1-day workshop Friday 8th June 9:00-10:30

 

Dates to remember

 

Thursday 17th May 8:00-9:30am & 3:00-5:00pm

Second-hand Bike Market

 

7th June 5:00-7:30pm

 

Children's University Graduation Ceremony -7th June 5:00-7:30pm

 

Enrichment Activities

 

At Immanuel we endeavour to go beyond what is required in the curriculum to ensure that our children are given many opportunities to learn skills that they will be able to use as part of their everyday life.  We are very fortunate to have Mrs Jones Henry as part of our team who organises visitors to come to the school, workshops for children and parents/carers  and visits outwith the school.

Keeping Our School Safe

 

School Council, along with the Junior Travel Ambassadors, worked alongside Father Nature to plant flowers and herbs in our two new planter which Lambeth kindly provided. These planters will help to make it safer for our children to cross the road.

Quotes from the Children

“I had so much fun doing this and I’ve learnt lots of things about plants”

“I’ve never planted anything before, I want to do it again!”

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Year 4 Non- Riders Cycle Training

 

Several children in year 4 were given the great opportunity of learning how to ride a bike independently. For more information on free 1:1 cycle training for children or adults who live, work or attend school in Lambeth, please visit our Family Enrichment link which you will find on the schools website under Parish and Community.

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Looking after our Environment

 

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Royal Opera House Family Day

On Saturday 21st October 7 of our children along with their parents were given the wonderful opportunity of attending a family day at the Royal Opera House. Their journey began at 9:30am when they met with families form other partnership schools then travelled by coach to the Opera House.

 

Throughout the day, the children along with their parents were able to take part in several fun activities including;

 

  • Dress up in fabulous costumes
  • Try their hand at designing a stage set with Royal Opera house designers
  • Find out the secrets of backstage in the amazing building
  • Enjoy lots of live music and the chance to ‘have a go’ with instruments
  • Meet the people who make the costumes, Wigs, hats and Jewellery as well as Make up

 

And that’s not all….

 

After the workshops and activities, they then watched a performance of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

 

An enjoyable time was had by all.

 

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