Making bulla and bulla boxes: An amulet worn like a locket, given to baby boys in Ancient Rome nine days after birth.
Role-playing as Roman slaves: Before taking on the role of a Roman slave, each child was given a Roman name. They worked in groups to complete various chores, e.g. washing […]
A hands-on the animals session for museum club at the Horniman.
The children enjoyed a Roman feast, served by Roman slaves in the Italian sunshine. Luckily, we did’nt have anyone that was too full and had to make themselves sick. There […]
Congratulations to Robert, Eddie, Lenny, Torin, Ellis, Stanley, Alvar and Eric who competed on behalf of Kilmorie at the Primary Chess Champions’ League in Kent.
Y3 and 4 were visited by the Thorne Trio, a professional chamber music group. We learnt all about the bassoon, clarinet and oboe. Eddie did some conducting!
On Wednesday the whole of Year 3 went to the Natural History Museum as part of our science learning about humans and other animals. The children really did us proud and […]
In Maths, the children have been investigating what happens when numbers are multiplied by 10 and looking for patterns. They were given the challenge: ‘When we multiply a digit by […]
Lisa and Martha’s class have been finding out about the plants growing in the school playground. They have learnt how to recognise grasses, herbs and shrubs and about the different […]
Lisa and Martha’s class have been learning all about the parts of a plant and the jobs they do in Science. They used magnifying glasses and digital microscopes to closely […]