Our pupils are eager to share their achievements and we celebrate their successes together with trips, concerts, sporting fixtures, events and the many other exciting activities happening year round to support our pupils’ learning.
January 10, 2018
On Tuesday 9th January Years 4 & 5 went on a school trip to the Roald Dahl Museum. It was a cold and drizzly day but that didn’t stop them from having a great time. The day was full of fun activities with plenty for everyone to appreciate; from the pumps that inspired the gas station in Danny Champion of the World to where Roald
November 28, 2017
On Monday 27th November, Year 7 visited St Augustine’s Priory to take part in the annual ‘Your Life You Choose’ day. The session included speakers on various aspects of Crime Prevention including a visit from the Police, Prison Service, Victim Support, Prevent (anti-terrorism) and anti-drug information. The pupils took part in rotating workshops which ensured everyone was involved. In the words of Samuel, “it was
November 14, 2017
The Northern Hemisphere championships are over and the pupils of Clifton Lodge have excelled yet again. They answered 129,077 questions, gained 54,657 points and spent a total of 289 hours learning languages over the past week. The pupils put in an incredible effort (especially considering that 2 classes were away for the first few days of the competition) and gained a total of 44
October 19, 2017
A massive well done to the U10/U11 Girls’ netball teams for winning their matches at the netball tournament on 13th October. The U11 team won 8-7 and the U10’s won 4-2. Lily and Raniyah were the captains and Player of the Match was Raluca. The girls played brilliantly. Thank you to the parents who provided snacks and came along to watch.
October 10, 2017
Last week our Years 4-6 visited the Design Museum in Kensington. We were split into 2 groups for a workshop and self-guided tour of the museum. The workshop was called Stranger By Design and focussed on designs that are not quite what they seem! Each group had a selection of objects and had to figure out what the object was for (examples included a lemon
October 10, 2017
Last week our pupils from Years 1 to 3 visited Kew Gardens. Year 3 enjoyed a workshop called Maths and the Outdoors where they looked at why leaves can be interesting mathematically. They measured the lengths and found the perimeters of different leaves they had collected and then created a simple 3D line graph to show which leaf had the biggest perimeter. The children also enjoyed