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  • 25/09/20

    Staff fundraiser for The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre

    Carterhatch Junior School staff were keen to raise money for The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre.  
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  • 14/09/20

    Benjamin Zephaniah - I have a dream

    Martin Luther King's Dream speech reimagined by poet Benjamin Zephaniah
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  • 02/07/20

    Year 6 bubbles enjoy virtual lesson with Christy Lefteri

    Year 6 have been working this week with Christy Lefteri, author of the international bestseller, The Beekeeper of Aleppo.  Through virtual lessons, Christy has shared her experience of working in refugee camps to inspire writing in Year 6.   Using images and poetry as stimul...
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  • 01/07/20

    Keeping Fit and Healthy

    As part of Year 4's word homework about what exercise has meant for them during their time away from school, Khadijah has produced a very informative account about her exercise routine.  She has also written, in detail, about her recent visit to Epping Forest which can be read below...
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  • 25/06/20

    Poems spark conversation

    Enfield Council has recently posted an article on Facebook focusing on the poetry project that schools across Enfield had taken part in with Poet Cheryl Moskowitz.  It was lovely to see one of the workshops held at Carterhatch pictured in the post.  The full art...
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  • 19/06/20

    Rights Respecting School

    As part of our work as a Rights Respecting School, all our pupils have been thinking about the Black Lives Matter campaign.  We have been thinking about racism - the need for equality. This thoughtful and creative image was created by Maja in 4 Levete. Click here  to see Blue Pe...
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  • 16/06/20

    The New Normal

    Following her ‘Just Supposing…’ poem in the first edition of The Hatch, Cheryl Moskowitz has been working on a new collection of poetry, The Corona Collection – A Conversation. The poems focus on children’s experiences and ways of coping during lockdown, what they...
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  • 11/06/20

    Year 5 Rivers

    Aden decided to create a model for the Year 5 rivers and mountains topic.  He based his model on the River Nile (after studying Ancient Egypt earlier in the school year). He has created an amazing river effect.  Fantastic work Aden!
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  • 10/06/20

    Design skills on show in Year 6

    Face coverings have become an important item over recent week; allowing people to go about their daily lives and enter shops whilst being protected.  Some people are purchasing their face coverings whilst others have decided to make their own. In the video below, Efua explains the face cover...
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  • 09/06/20

    Anglo Saxons for Year 4

    Year 4 have been studying the Anglo Saxon invasions. By using a mixture of text and images Aalina created a power point to show her understanding of Anglo Saxons.  Why not find out for yourselves! Click on the image below to see Aalina's power point.
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  • 08/06/20

    Unicef 2.6 challenge and acrostic poems for Yr3

    Year 3, have been keeping their bodies active and healthy. Take a look at Ayla’s video of her completing the Unicef 2.6 challenge. She did a fantastic job of hula hooping for more than two minutes!     Year 3 have been improving their poetry skills.  Aral...
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