A Poem Dedicated to Kilburn Grange School

We hope you are all keeping safe and healthy. We miss you all very much, so we have made a video of a poem dedicated to all the children of Kilburn Grange School. This poem was specially written for all the children and there is no other school that has this poem! Click on the school logo below to view …

Learn.Enjoy.Succeed during Lockdown

We have now come to the second week of online learning during lockdown, and we wanted to congratulate all the children at Kilburn Grange School for doing such an amazing job of their online learning. Also to the fantastic teachers and parent/carers for their support with the children’s learning. You have all put in so much hard work and dedication …

Headteacher’s Tea party

The children will have the opportunity to be chosen to have afternoon tea with the Head teacher. The first set of children thoroughly embraced the opportunity to enjoy some juice, biscuits and cupcakes.

Christmas Jumper Day

The children were so excited to wear their amazing, colourful Christmas outfits. They all enjoyed a delicious Christmas lunch and pulling Christmas crackers.

Holly Class learning about Florence Nightingale

Year 2, Holly class  have been learning about Florence Nightingale as she is considered a hero from the past. They looked at the ways hospitals have changed since the past, to get a better understanding, we went back in time to visit the Scutari Hospital that Florence Nightingale worked in.

Making Potato Mountains in Year 5

This half term, Year 5 started their brand new topic, Magnificent Mountains. They started to explore how they can identify mountains using maps. To help them understand the contour lines on a map, they had a go at creating their own potato mountains.

Break the Rules Day

On Thursday 19th November Kilburn Grange had a ‘Break the Rules Day’ to launch our new behaviour policy. All together we raised £174.28!

What are Year 5s learning in Science?

As part of our Science topic this term, Sycamore Class have been studying living things. We explored reproduction in both plants and animals. We learnt that we can clone plants by carefully cutting the stem. So we used the cuttings of an Ivy plant, dipped them in rooting gel and planted them in soil. To ensure their growth, we are …

Wildlife at Kilburn Grange

On Friday 16th Year 3 had the pleasure of having Zoolabs come in and teach us all about a few animals which are native to the tropical rainforests we’re currently learning about this term. The students had the privilege of showing off their newly learnt and in depth knowledge of rainforests to our visitors from Zoolabs as she went through …