Monthly Archives: January 2016

Becoming Archivists

On Friday 22nd January, the Web Team visited Kensington and Chelsea Archives. An archive is similar to a library but instead of just books it stores all kinds of historical information. For example, old pictures and photographs, books about history, … Continue reading

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Tabernacle Tour

On Monday 18th January, the year five class visited The Tabernacle (also known by some locally as the Little Taj Mahal) to explore some more history of North Kensington. When we arrived we were greeted by Mathew Phillips, the general manger, who … Continue reading

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The Clay Creatives

On Thursday 14th January, artists, Jaime and Angelique came in to teach us how to make things out of clay. Jaime and Angelique work in Kindred Studios on St Marks Road. The class got split into two groups.  One half … Continue reading

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History Workshop

On Thursday 14th January Tom Vague, a local historian, came to Year 5’s classroom to talk about the history of North Kensington. Tom taught us lots of interesting facts and new information such as: Golborne Road used to be called … Continue reading

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History of Rhaune Laslett

On Monday the 11th  of January, the year five class had two special visitors, Mike and Grace Laslett, the son and grand-daughter of Rhaune Laslett , who told us the tale of Notting -Hill Carnival. Rhaune was half Indian-American and half … Continue reading

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