Check out the photos of our Year 5 & 6 students exploring the future at the Shell event in May.
Have you ever been to Little Canada on the Isle of Wight? These pictures will give you an insight into our Year 6 residential and how much fun they had there!
Year 5 spent 3 nights at Blencathra Field Studies Centre in May and absolutely loved learning in the outdoors!
Congratulations to Milun Pittuck on receiving a runners up award as part of the Fourth Plinth art competition which is now being exhibited at the London City Hall. We're so proud of you! Check out the following link for more information and art from other children at Faraday. https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/arts-and-culture/art-and-design/fourth-plinth-schools-awards-2017-now-closed
Mowgli and Baloo visited Faraday last night as part of the year 4 production of 'The Jungle Book'
Year 3 performed their very own version of 'Horton hears a hoo' last night!
Everything Comes from the Egg. Pupils visiting the exhibiton on site at Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Our talented musicians performed in a concert for their parents last night and everyone was so impressed by their piano, guitar and drum playing skills.
On Wednesday 1st February, Years 3 & 5 visited the V&A to participate in a literacy workshop which involved artefacts, animals and acting!
On Wednesday 25th January, our budding bus drivers, train enthusiasts and tube workers spent the day inspecting vehicles and learning about London's transport network.
Have you ever heard of the Fiver Challenge?
Our Year 5 girls enjoyed a visit to Blackheath High School for a morning of Modern Foreign Language workshops.
Jingle bells, jingle bells!
Ralph the reindeer tried as he might to help Santa for his big night...
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house....
Year 5 delivering their poems in assembly
Years 3 and 5 visited the Tate Modern and explored the galleries, focusing on emotions expressed through art.
New for the Autumn Term 2016-17. Mr Dimitrov's gardening club makes innovative use of ever square inch of space at Faraday school. Our budding young gardeners are already proving to be very green fingered.
The Year 5 classes are spending 4 nights in the Lake District taking part in field studies. It is an opportunity for pupils from both sister schools to join together and to enjoy the great outdoors.