SUMMER TERM 2018

Memory Lane Café Tea Party – Friday 29th June 2018

We held a tea dance for the people who attend the Memory Lane Café (Dementia Club). The choir and instrumentalists entertained everyone with music and songs from bygone eras. Thank you to Ms Phillips, Mrs O’Shea & Mrs Ryan for organising it and thank you to the parents and staff who helped make this event […]

SPRING TERM 2018

WOOD SCULPTOR – April 2018

Thanks to a generous donation from the St Monica’s Mother & Toddler group, we have had a wood sculptor come to the school to sculpt beautiful owls from a tree recently cut down.

Year 3 – Forest School February & March 2018

Year 3 have been having a great time down in our forest. They have made stone age shelters, mini habitats for fictional animals, created clay tree faces and had a super time playing in the snow! 
All the other Year groups have also been making excellent use of the forest this year.

1G’s Science Assembly – Thursday 15th March

1G took us on a whirlwind trip showing all the Science topics they have been learning about so far this year. They impressed us all with their knowledge and fabulous singing! They also displayed some of the things they had made for this topic which was lovely to see.

World Book Day – March 2018

The children and staff celebrated World Book Day a week late due to snow, but this did not impact on the effort made with the activities planned across the school or the costumes! There was an amazing array of wonderful outfits and everyone had an enjoyable day. We hope the pupils enjoy choosing a book with their £1 voucher. ” […]

Girls’ Football – Tuesday 6th March 2018

Our girls’ football team played in two league matches on Tuesday. They won 4-3 against Oakthorpe Primary and lost 5-3 to St Michael’s at Bowes Primary. Everyone played their best, well done girls!

2Y Art Workshop on Florence Nightingale – Thursday 22nd February 2018

2Y were joined by five Year 10 GCSE art students from Palmers Green High School. Year 2 have been learning about Florence Nightingale over the last half term. The girls taught the children how to make a lantern using oil pastels and black paper to represent the lamp that Florence Nightingale used to carry. The children were praised on their impeccable behaviour and great enthusiasm.