Rowan's excellent class assembly about their topic "Oceania". Well done Rowan Class!
Hornbeam performed an amazing assembly on their study of Australia. They sang traditional songs and shared insights into Oceanic life!
Plane Class have performed an amazing assembly, written by the children, about their topic 'Oceania'.
The fabulous Year 3/4 production of How to Train Your Dragon can be watched below. Please do tweet us with your throughts and any feedback to @IvyChimneys. Thank you.
You can now watch the fabulous Year 3&4 production of 'Go for Goal'. Enjoy!
Watch Hornbeam Class perform their assembly on The Romans. Sit back and enjoy this excellent production.
On Friday the 14th February 2014, Ivy Chimneys Primary School took part in the Year 3 and 4 sports hall athletics event. It was held at Debden Park School.
Everyone who took part did really well. We are all proud to say Ivy Chimneys won! The events we had to do were 2x2 relay, 4x1 relay, 1x1 relay, standing long jump, under and over relay run, obstacle relay run, javelin throw and speed bounce.
All the schools who took part were amazing. Buckhurst Hill came 5th, Thomas Willingale came 4th, St John Fisher came 3rd, Theydon Bois came 2nd and Ivy Chimneys came 1st.
We were cheering for all the children from Ivy Chimneys. If you want to see some of photos go on twitter @Ivychimneys.
Thank you Mr Furness and Miss Snailham for supporting us.
Year 3 & 4 sang carols indoors and outdoors. This is their performance in the School Hall.
...and here is their performance outside on the School Playground.
Today, Year 3 and 4 children head into Epping Forest to explore the woodland and what it offers to local residents and visitors. Year 3 and 4 children have been studying the town of Epping and are planning to organise an Epping Information Centre for tourists to come and visit and fnd out more about their town.
Whilst the children were in the forest, they were involved in identifying trees, looking at leaves and carrying out bark rubbings. They also listened to Jacob's father talk about the history of the forest.
The video below provides a great insight into what happened during their Forest visit.
Video recorded, edited and produced by Tom Jenkins.