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Welcome to Zambezi!

We were thrilled to return and see you all after our exciting Summer and look forward to what this term has in store.


Why not spend a few moments looking below to see some of the things we got up to during the last school year! We will update these pages over the coming weeks. 

Here's to an amazing Autumn Term!

Year 6 Journey Meeting Information


We recently welcomed Year 6 parents and carers to a meeting about the upcoming annual Year 6 School Journey, which will take place from 9th to 13th July 2018.


This year's destination is the Allnatt Centre in Swanage, Dorset.


If you would like to recap the meeting, or were unable to attend, please click on the PowerPoint presentation below, which outlines the venue and the fantastic array of activities the children will be enjoying, not to mention the delicious food on offer. (We could all do with a trip to such a wonderful place!)


Here's what we'll need to remember when it's our turn to swim...

Our school swimming classes take place on Friday mornings at the Camberwell Leisure Centre, so you will need to bring your swimming things to school...


Here are a few essential things you need to bring with you:

  • Swimming Hat: If you don't already have one, you can buy one from the School Office for £2.00. The leisure centre won't allow school children to swim without one.
  • Swimming Costume/Swimming Trunks: The leisure centre specifies that boys must wear trunks and not loose swim shorts.
  • A Towel: Stating the obvious? Sorry!
  • Goggles: These are ideal as children will be dipping their faces into the water a lot. They can be bought in advance from the swimming pool.
  • A plastic bag: To bring those soggy swimming things home in... we don't want your children's school bags to end up soaking wet by the end of the day!

Zut alors!

Remember to see what we've been doing with Ms Worthington for Modern Foreign Languages. Click here to find out more!

Dip 'n' Do is the way to go...

Hang on, is that really Homework?!


We've got a great new approach to Homework this year called Dip 'n' Do, whereby your child can choose from a selection of EIGHT homework subjects to do each half term. It is a really fun approach to working from home and will give the children some real choice. We have already found that the children want to engage with each other about it and with their parents and carers. It's exciting for us all. Here's how it works:


The children are required to complete the topics featured in the three coloured-in boxes but they then have a choice; they can choose at least three of the other boxes to dip into and do. Of course, they also have the choice to do all eight!


The tasks do not have to be completed on a weekly basis but they must all be handed in by the first day back after Half Term, and we still recommend that they dip into their homework and do a bit each week, so that they're not suddenly cramming everything into the break.


If you've mislaid your Dip 'n' Do sheet, please ask your Teacher, NOW!


Happy Dipping and Doing!

Curriculum Map

Year 6 - 2016/2017


Please click on the Curriculum Map for Year 6, below, to find out what your child will be learning this school year, 2016/2017.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

Curriculum Map 2016 - Year 6

Welcome back after a fantastic Summer Term and break

To recap...

After Half Term we celebrated Science Week followed by our LYNDSTOCK Summer Fair, we gave Mo Farah a run for his money during Sports Day, sang to our heart's content during the Playground Proms, took to the stage in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and headed off on our School JourneyRevisit some of these exciting events by heading to our Gallery. Click here.

Science Week Newsletter

Zambezi 2015

Last year Miss Fisher was our Zambezi Class teacher. The class rounded off 2015 with an exciting trip to the Imperial War Museum, which ended up in the kitchen. Miss Fisher said:


"During the Winter Term 2015,  we have been studying both world wars. I’ve attached some photos of our trip to the Imperial War Museum where the children were lucky enough to handle real objects from WW1 to learn about people involved in the war – they were so old we had to wear special white gloves in order to touch them!"

A visit to the Imperial War Museum

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Rating the rationing recipes!


Miss Fisher writes: "In DT, we have been looking at rationing and this week cooked two recipes from WW2 – fruity buns and carrot fudge. Picture attached of us  preparing the food, the finished buns and the all-important taste test. The fruity buns were a success, the carrot fudge was less successful!"

Recipe for Rationing: The taste test!

Why don't you try some making them at home - yum!

Fruit Buns and Carrot Fudge


Ingredients (To make 6 buns)

  • 250g strong white flour

  • 5ml salt

  • A packet of fast acting yeast

  • 5ml sugar

  • 150ml warm water

  • Butter

  • Raisins

  • Dried prunes

  • 3 apples

  • 6 tablespoons of Strawberry jam




  1. Preheat the oven to gas mark 7, 220°C, fan 200°C.

  2. Grease a baking tray using butter or margarine.

  3. Sift the flour and salt into a mixing bowl, before stirring in the yeast and sugar.

  4. Make a well in the middle and add the warm water, before mixing it together to form a soft dough.

  5. Sprinkle flour onto a work surface, then tip the dough out.

  6. Knead the dough for around 10 minutes.

  7. Divide the dough into six pieces and shape them with your hands into rolls, before placing them on the baking tray.

  8. Cover the rolls with cling-film for 30 minutes in a warm place until they double in size.

  9. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes until they’re golden brown.

  10. Leave buns to cool.

  11. Chop up the apple into small chunks.

  12. Chop the prunes into small pieces and add to the apple along with the raisins.

  13. Mix in the jam until the mixture is bound together.

  14. Cut the buns in half and sandwich the mixture evenly between the two halves.



  • Carrots

  • Gelatine

  • Orange essence



  1. Finely grate carrots

  2. Cook four tablespoons-full in just enough water to cover for 10 minutes.

  3. Add flavouring with orange essence

  4. Melt a leaf of gelatine and add to mixture

  5. Cook quickly for a few minutes stirring all the time

  6. Spoon into a flat dish

  7. Leave to set

  8. Cut into cubes

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