Wilberforce Primary is celebrating after its Head Teacher, Claire Macfie, was named ‘School Leader of the Year’ at United Learning’s national ‘Best in Everyone’ Primary School Awards.
On Thursday 7 June, pupils at Wilberforce Primary tried their hand at being forensic scientists for the day. Working in a mobile laboratory with PhD students from University College London (UCL), the pupils used a variety of scientific techniques to determine whether a painting was an original or forgery.
During our time learning about role models and those who inspire us, we were privileged to be able to attend the Pride of Britain awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel.
Covent Garden class visited the Museum of London to get some hands on experience with Roman artefacts.
Years 4 and 5 have been working with the renowned Bach Choir in preparation for a performance of Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat.
Year 5 were invited to Harris Academy to make rockets with Mr Thompson.
As part of our Science learning this year, Covent Garden class attend Forest School at Paddington Recreation Ground every half term.
As part of our whole school STEM project, Year 3 visited the Royal Institute of British Architecture (RIBA).
As part of the Year 6 topic ‘Frozen Kingdom’, Westminster class studied the polar regions, arctic explorers, different types of ice and changes in polar transport.
Last week, pupils from Wilberforce Primary joined children from other United Learning primary and prep schools to learn about becoming leaders in their local communities.