Two children took part in an art workshop with lots of other schools in the ELC on Wednesday 19th June – see photo. All the art work will be on display at the Dugdale Centre, Enfield Town from 30th June to 6th July. Our second photo is one of our pupils visiting the exhibition at […]
Summer Term 2019
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.
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.
A HUGE thank you for your support for Maths Day – we had some amazing costumes! A special thank you to Mr Corcoran (RY parent) and Ms Drozd (1G parent) who came in and spoke to the children at assembly about how they use maths in their jobs. They both gave very interesting talks.
Reception visited Willows Farm and they met cows, pigs, goats and many more farm animals. It was a fantastic day and the children were wonderful ambassadors for their school.
4G’s assembly was all about ‘The Rainforest’. They gave us lots of facts and information on this topic, their trip to Kew Gardens and the importance of looking after the rainforests by being more environmentally friendly in everyday life. Fantastic job 4G!!!!
During May we say a decade of the Rosary at the main entrance at 8.50am each day – all welcome.
Spring Term 2019
Year 6 travelled to Hilltop (Norwich) for a week of OAA, this included tree climbing, zip lining, abseiling, rock climbing, orienteering, a beach walk and lots more activities. This was a fantastic opportunity for the children, challenging them to come out of their comfort zone to problem solve, work as a team and to take on leadership roles.
2G’s assembly was all about ‘Reaching for Your Dreams’. They wowed us with their singing & dancing and all their aspirational dreams!!
26 children from Years 4-6 represented the school at the Millfield Theatre Dance Festival on the 3rd and 4th April. A huge “Congratulations” to all of them for their brilliant performances and particular thanks to Karen Borley for her choreography talent.
The School Choir gave a marvellous performance at the above event. Mrs Phillips was so proud of them! Please see the lovely photos attached taken on the night. Well done to all of you.
2Y’s assembly was all about Mother’s Day. They WOWED their mums with their lovely singing and beautiful paintings. Well done!
1Y’s assembly was all about poetry. The children recited a poem called ‘The Sound Collector’ and read their super hero poems. They sang and performed really well and we are extremely proud of them!
On Wednesday, a large number of children from Year 5 performed on a variety of instruments for the entertainment of their parents and the whole school. It was wonderful to see how confidently they played.
On Thursday, 1G’s assembly was all about fictional Super Heroes, how we are Super Heroes and who our real life Super Heroes are. Their Super Hero Mission is to treat everyone how we would want to be treated – with love and kindness.