On Wednesday, one of our parents, Mrs Susan Smith, kindly talked to the children about how she brings characters to life through costume.
Author and parent Jamie Okoro presented his books to the children on Monday.
On Thursday, 4Y’s assembly explored the idea of ‘connection’.
3G’s Valentine’s assembly took us back to Ancient Rome to discover the real reason we celebrate Valentine’s Day.
6Y performed their last ever assembly today. They showcased all they had learnt about MATHS!
A big “Well Done” to all the pupils who took part in ‘A Star is Born’! You were all winners, we are so proud of our talented pupils!
AUTUMN TERM 2018
Congratulations to our Year 2 pupils for a wonderful take on the Nativity story! Fantastic and some great solos! Well done!
Well done to the Year 1 children – we all thoroughly enjoyed your Christmas production!
The Reception pupils gave us a fantastic performance this year with clear voices and wonderful singing! Congratulations!
Thank you Years 4 and 5 for a beautiful carol concert.
What an amazing time our children had at the Borough Gymnastics Festival. Our Years 3 & 4 team came home in second place overall and one of our students was placed first as an individual. Our Years 4 & 5 intermediates came seventh out of 17 schools.
On Tuesday, Bishop John Sherrington spent the morning in school. He visited every class, answering lots of questions from the children. He also explained at assembly the significance of the garments he wears.
Year 3’s history topic this term is Stone Age to Iron Age. In September, they travelled all the way back to the Stone Age!
Massive congratulations to our cross country teams who took part in the Enfield Cross Country Borough A Team Competition at Forty Hall.
The after school netball club is very well attended every Thursday evening, averaging 30 pupils. This Term we have played 3 matches so far and won 2 and lost 1. Lets keep giving our best girls!
St. Monica’s are proud to introduce ‘Learn and Earn’, our new shop and bank system!
The children in Year 2 are helping our new Reception pupils settle in and get to know the school!
The after school football club for Year 6 has an average of 36 pupils each week. A qualified coach takes the sessions for the boys and girls – please see photos below from one of their training sessions.
Thank you to Fr John who came to school on Thursday 6th September and celebrated Mass with us to mark the start of our new school year.