We have just started our new after school club. We had a great response; we have 60 children attending our Friday sessions in both halls. They are coached by professional coaches.
In February 2015 we took 30 children from Year 2 to Lee Valley Athletics Centre where they participated in a multi skills festival. The children had a chance to practise different skills in a non-competitive environment. Their behaviour and attitude were good and the children thoroughly enjoyed working on a variety of skills. We also […]
We celebrated the life, service and love of Debbie with her family and friends. We unveiled a bench in her memory which Fr Paulo blessed and is now in the Junior playground for all to enjoy.
Our Poetry week was launched with a fun visit from poet Neal Zetter on Monday 9th February. Neal is the author of ‘Bees in my Bananas’, a collection of funny poems. He read some of his poems at an assembly and worked across the school throughout the day. Many pupils took the opportunity to buy […]
A big “Well Done’ to all the pupils who took part in ‘Singing & Dancing Through the Decades’! We are very proud of all the talented children we have at St Monica’s! Many thanks to all the staff who helped to organise this event. Over a £1,000 was raised in ticket sales which will be […]
Our new Prayer Area was officially opened on Monday 2nd February. Thank you to Canon Shaun and Fr Paulo for coming in and blessing it. Parents please remember the area is not just for pupils and staff but for you to avail of as well.
We were given a fun and informative assembly about the Vikings from 6G, who are obviously enjoying learning about this topic in History!
The pupils of 3Y impressed us with how much they had learnt in their history lesson!
The pupils of 5G showed us their very many talents, including singing, dancing and some Magic!
AUTUMN TERM 2014
See our Christmas lunch, Carol sing-a-long and parties!
Thank you to the Year 4 and Year 5 children for their stunning Carol concert. Hopefully they got everyone into the spirit of the season.
The Year 2 pupils wowed us with their acting skills and fun songs!
Thank goodness Year 1 pupils stopped Santa from going on strike with their wonderful production!
Our Reception pupils made staff and parents proud with their wonderful Christmas performance!
The pupils of Years 3 and 6 sang beautifully at their Carol concert at St Monica’s Church.
6Y performed an abridged version of Macbeth. It was a superb performance with singing, dancing, poetry and even some Scottish accents! We hope 6Y parents enjoyed it.
The pupils of Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed their Tudor experience at Hatfield House! It was very exciting to meet Henry VIII!
Our Gaelic football team enjoying a tournament against 25 other schools from London.
Congratulations to all of the children who participated in the Music Concert. The choir sang beautifully and we had brilliant performances from the strings group, guitar group and various soloists on the piano and violin.