All classes took part in the Albion Enterprise Fair on Friday 21st June. Parents and children rushed to buy the fantastic range of goods on offer: bunting, cookies, phone cases, pencil pots, plants, jewellery, decorations, cards and many more!
Albion celebrated the Queens Diamond Jubilee in style. The whole school enjoyed ‘Albion’s Big Lunch’. The playground was decked out in red, white and blue bunting, flags, balloons, cups and plates! All the children decorated a crown. They enjoyed a delicious menu organised by School Council of which most was made by the children and served by all the adults in the school.
The oldest and the youngest child in the school unveiled Albion’s Diamond Jubilee Elephant which was covered in stars decorated by the children.
Some children from Year 4 and 5 enjoyed a music composition programme at Dulwich Picture Gallery. Using a piece of artwork for inspiration they worked together to compose and create a musical piece. The pictures below show the artwork used to inspire them and the children performing their musical piece.
The children at Albion took part in a national project called Face Britain – all young people in the UK were invited to submit a portrait. The artwork has been used to make a large portrait of the Queen as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations. This artwork is also going to be incorporated into the Olympics this summer.
Click on the below link and to find your child’s portrait, input “Albion Primary School” in the search box and select their class:
Albion celebrated ‘World Book Day’ on the 1st March.
Children in years 4, 5 and 6 visited the Canada Water Library. They were lucky enough to meet Michael Rosen, learn about his books and hear him tell his hilarious stories. When Bobby and Kelvin (Yr 6) were asked what they thought they replied, “funny” and “he should be a comedian!”