Welcome to St Monica’s School Website
Due to the current national lockdown due to the covid-19 pandemic, school is currently closed to most pupils. However school is open every day to vulnerable and children of critical key workers. Information about remote learning can be found in the “Learning” tab and then go to your child’s year group for more details. If you need help or assistance for any reason, please telephone the school office between 8.30am and 3.30pm or email email@example.com
Please note that Cannon Road is now a “School Street”. Be aware that timed traffic restriction will be enforceable along Cannon Road. All vehicles apart from those being driven by residents, blue badge holders, parents/carers of pupils with specific medical requirements and registered staff members will be prohibited from entering or exiting Cannon Road between 8.15am-9.15am and 2.45pm-4pm. Parking is available in neighbouring streets. It is essential however that you DO NOT park in a way that will obstruct the driveways of any local resident. It is important that we are responsible in maintaining good relationships with our neighbours.
St Monica’s is first and foremost a Catholic school where children are happy, confident and enthusiastic learners.
We work in partnership with St Monica’s Parish to instil Gospel values and develop the faith of children, families and staff. We also teach other faiths such as Islam, Judaism, Sikhism and Hinduism so that the children can learn about others’ faith traditions and practices and be respectful and tolerant of them.
There are two classes for each year group with a total of 420 pupils from Reception to Year 6. Outcomes for children are ‘outstanding’ due to our rich and varied curriculum. We are fortunate to have fabulous grounds including our very own forest with three level 3 Forest School teachers. Whilst we aim to ensure every child reaches their full potential academically, they are also taught that they can be successful in many different ways and places. Music, PE and Science are particular strengths. The children discover that being successful can mean anything from being a good friend to being a fantastic musician, sports person or artist, the list is endless! The children are also taught that it is good to make mistakes because that is how you learn and persistence is key! “Strive to succeed in the presence of God!” is our motto and one that fits well with our ethos. The parents of our children are very supportive of the school and this is valued as an essential ingredient for making our school as successful as it is.
If you would like to apply for a place in our school, please visit our “Admissions” page for more information about the application process.
Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Catherine Nolan or Tracey Sesto in the school office (by phone 020 8886 4647 or firstname.lastname@example.org). If you require any paper copies of information contained within this website, please make a request via the school office, this is provided free of charge.
Mrs Kate Baptiste
St Monica’s Mission Statement
Strive to succeed in the presence of God
Together as a Catholic Community
Everyone – children, parents, staff and parish
Achieves in their own unique way and strives to be
More like Jesus