In February 2017 Y5 pupils spent a week at Gorsefield Rural Studies Centre.
On Wednesday 12 July, Manorfield teachers discovered how to use the Manorfield outdoor pizza oven to create amazing fresh pizza with their pupils.
Mayor John Biggs opened our new edible garden, made possible by Trees for Cities and the Post Code Lottery.
Nursery celebrating our summer topic 'Sand and Water' The children sang songs that they have learned over the past term. Showed off work they made and then watched a slide showing their learning through play.
Y6 Pupils worked with Chef in Residence, Jolien to produce healthy and energizing granola for the pupils to eat for breakfast during SATS week. The cooking session involved practical maths problem solving, including fractions, division and multiplication. You can find the recipe in our parents section.
An amazing WW2 Museum bus arrived at Manorfield. The bus contained a bomb shelter, a 1940s shop and a retro living room. Year 5 Pupils were able to experience the Blitz in London and interact with actors and historians.
Artist Educator Judy Graham worked with Manorfield staff to create sketchbooks and designs based on Indian textiles. The designs were later scaled up to create a large, collaborative drawing.
Nursery pupils from London and Cardiff class visited the Tower of London. They were lucky enough to see the Crown Jewels, the Ravens and Her Majesty The Queen's soldiers! They used view paper view finders to help select photos!
Staff at Manorfield explored outdoor learning as part of our inset day, making camp fires and dens!
Y2 Amsterdam had a fantastic trip to Kew Gardens. Pupils explored rain forests, discovered strange and wonderful trees and painted within a sea of spring Daffodils.
Our Local MP for Poplar & Limehouse, Jim Fitzpatrick visited Manorfield and discussed the role of parliament with our KS2 pupils.
The Manorfield Creative Team collaborated with the Architecture firm T-A-A-T on a project called PLAYGROUND. The acronym T-A-A-T stands for Theatre as Architecture, Architecture as Theatre. They brought a very large wooden box filled with different sized hexagons and a set of instructions. We worked in teams to create unique structures and the instructions helped us create new rules for making different designs. Eventually we created one giant structure using every hexagon.
Our senior choir helped launch the Chrisp Street Christmas festival and light show.