Year 6 say goodbye to Cyril Jackson and reflect on some of their favourite memories.
Year 5 and 6 told us about the people who came over on the Empire Windrush and the slave trade as part of their Black History Month assembly.
Goldilocks stands accused of three crimes: trespass, theft and criminal damage. The prosecution and defence are ready to present their cases but what will the jury decide?...
We held some fanstastic Eid celebrations at Cyril Jackson. Watch highlights of the special Eid assembly. You can also take a look at some of the...
On Friday 25 November, a group of Year 5 pupils attended the Tower Hamlets Book Awards. Dressed in capes they presented one of the finalists’ books ‘My Brother is a...
Year 6 have written poems about slavery.
Year 3 performed a fictionalised account of Gandhi embarking on a salt march to protest unfair taxes.
Find out what we've been studying as part of our Black History Month celebrations.