In Year 3 we are excited to taking part in a project led by Tate Britain this term. This academic year, schools across London have been invited to take part in a very special learning project led by Steve McQueen, with the Tate gallery, Artangel and the educational charity A New Direction. During the project, every Year 3 class across the capital has been invited to take part in one of the largest group portraits ever made. On Tuesday 8th January, a photographer from the Tate came to Sulivan to take a class photograph. Chestnut class were delighted to take part in this project and the children cannot wait to see the exhibition at the Tate Britain!
Are you searching for the perfect place for your child to start Reception in September 2019? We know that choosing the right school place takes time and careful thought. We understand that it is an important and special time for you and your child. That’s why we want you to visit Sulivan, meet our leaders and teachers, see our children learning in the school day and ask lots of questions!
Come to our Open Morning on Wednesday 7th November at 9:15am.
Book your place now and we look forward to meeting you.
Call: 0207 736 5869
If you are unable to come on 7th November, please contact us and we will be happy to arrange an appointment at another time.
As part of the Year 6 Into University Focus week based on WW2, the children visited the Imperial War Museum. Their task was to create a mini documentary based on WW2 using the artefacts and evidence from the Imperial War Museum. The children created documentaries based on rationing, evacuation, the Blitz and so much more. It was a great day out and the children rose to the challenge of being historical fact finders.
A big thank you to everyone who attended our Stay and Make session. It was great to have you in the classroom!
Please find below all of the relevant information from the meeting. Please ask your child’s class teacher if you have any questions at all.