Year 4 won this year’s Borough Gymnastics Festival. The Festival was held at the Southbury Leisure Centre. All their performances were outstanding. They put many hours of training in during their lunch breaks. Many Thanks to Gabriel who assisted in their training; he has won a Gold medal at national level and worked very hard […]
The St Cecilia Autumn Music Concert with the choir, guitar group and string group on Thursday evening was a resounding success. The children confidently performed and showed us just how talented they all are!!
Our girls’ football team played in their first cup match against Hadley Wood on Tuesday. This was the first time they played together, we lost 5-2 but they did try their best.
Year 6 played in a Gaelic Football Tournament at Greenford on Thursday the 17th October. They played really well and won all their matches and came home overall winners. Well done!
Ten of our children took part in the Cross Country Borough Championship at Forty Hall. Twenty one schools took part. It was a very difficult run and I’m proud to say we came 5th overall in the borough. Two of our children will now go on to represent Enfield at the London Youth Games in […]
We were delighted to welcome Fr Stewart from St Monica’s to bless all the Harvest items that had been brought in for the Soup Run. They will be collected next Wednesday so there’s still time to bring something in, if you forgot. Our Harvest assembly was enhanced by the fabulous singing. Thanks to Ms Phillips […]
Tuesday 1st October was the Feast of St Theresa and designated as our “well-being day”. Claire Spurway (a Commonwealth gold medalist) came in to talk to the children about how keeping fit can help your well-being. She talked to the children about her success with running and showed us her gold medals. She talked about how […]
We would like to say thank you to Fr Mehall who came to school and celebrated Mass with us to mark the start of our new school year.
The shop and bank is fully stocked again for this school year. Please encourage your children to earn themselves some monicash to buy treats!
Summer Term 2019
We were treated to 2 wonderful evenings of entertainment from our Year 6 pupils! Costumes, singing, acting and dancing were all fantastic! We hope you take happy memories away with you as you leave us for Secondary School.
16 children attended an event at Raglan School to explain to Public Health Enfield about the benefits of The Daily Mile. They also played football with some Tottenham coaches, met an Olympian athlete and tried many other sports.
We have been very lucky this year – Gavin, an experienced coach, has worked with years 4, 5 and 6 over the last few months. The children have loved learning a new sport that require different skills. Lots of our children then went on to play and were very successful in Gaelic football tournaments in Greenford, home to the GAA.
We were very fortunate to have 7 professional coaches from Middlesex Cricket Club visit our school and train the pupils in Years 3 – 5. The children learnt cricket skills and thoroughly enjoyed the sessions. Let’s hope it will inspire them to play more cricket in the future!
Our Year 2 football team played in our annual ‘Catholic Cup’ match against Our Lady of Lourdes, Arnos Grove on Tuesday. We were delighted that they won a close game 3-2 (in extra-time!) and the cup has returned to our trophy collection. Well done to the team!
30 children were chosen to take part in an art workshop with ColourMeIn. The pupils from across the year groups really enjoyed their morning! Their work will be joined with art from the other schools in our Excellence in Learning Community (ELC) partnership. There will be a grand opening of all the art work at the Dugdale Centre in Enfield Town on Sunday 30th June at midday and the work will be on display until the following weekend. Try and go to see it if you can.
On Thursday Years 5 and 6 performed music compositions that they had been working on in class. Year 5’s work was based on “Mars” from the Planet Suite by Gustav Holst. They had also listened to “Clair de Lune” by Debussy and one group chose to show their work on that piece. Year 6 have been studying “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Greig and had composed their own versions. It was lovely to hear their pieces and see how well they worked together in small groups.
Five of our Year 5 pupils took part in the Vitality Mile outside Buckingham Palace. Over 300 students took part. St Monica’s are so proud as all our boys finished in the top 15. The boys trained really hard and they loved having the opportunity to run down The Mall. Well done!
On Thursday, 5Y celebrated National Lucky Penny Day in style – showing that ‘small things make a difference’. They reflected upon the charity and environmental work that we as a school have achieved this year.