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207 Balham High Road

London

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Richmond Sponsored Walk

Theodora Childrens Trust

TOUGH MUDDER 2019!

On Sunday 22nd September Mums, Teachers and Grandmothers took on the Tough Mudder challenge, London South 2019.

All funds to go to “Little Village.”

SEPTEMBER 2019
OCTOBER 2019

MUSIC MARK AWARD

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded with the ‘Music Mark’ accreditation.

 

The school was nominated by Wandsworth Music Services to become part of this national organisation for music education. The letter we received said ‘We would like to thank you for all the hard work you and your colleagues do to ensure that pupils at your school are able to access and engage with a high-quality music education. Your dedication to offering and delivering a broad and balanced curriculum is both welcomed and celebrated.’

We are very proud of the children’s achievements in music and by being nominated and awarded with this membership, we hope to be able to offer the children even more musical opportunities.

Writers Poetry Award

Young Writers Poetry Wonderland Competition, Spring 2019

 

We have just heard that Isabella is one of ten children -  out of 21,000 entrants - to win a prize for her poem in this competition.

 

Well done Isabella - we are so proud of you!

I Decided To Live In My Fish Tank

I decided to live in my fish tank,
To experience life under the sea.
I made myself small, but not too small,
So the fish wouldn't think to eat me.
A shrimp race was soon to be starting
So I saddled up and clambered on.
I whispered to my shrimp that I'd feed him
So he spun all his legs and he won.
The guppies were having a fashion show,
Their tails made me feel underdressed,
So I stitched together some seashells
And my outfit was judged the best.
It was time to start the snail Olympics,
But the events were not going well.
One snail had choked on some lettuce
And the others refused to come out of their shells.
Outside, I had missed my dinnertime,
So my dad scooped me out with a net.
He didn't really care about my adventures,
He just told me off for being so wet.

by Isabella


Eveline Day School, London