On Thursday 25th May, Class 4Y entertained the whole school and all their families with a fantastic display of talent. Watch some of the action here. .
On Wednesday 24th May, children from Years 2 and 3 performed on the piano, guitar, violin and tin whistle to a captive audience of children and parents. The youngest performer was only 6 years old. We were super impressed with their bravery in performing for so many hundred people! Watch clips from the concert here.
On Friday 19th May we celebrated International Cultural Diversity Day! Children were invited to wear flag colours or national dress and talk about their own families’ heritage. Watch some images of the day here.
On Wednesday 17th May we celebrated all things maths for National Numeracy Day! We were delighted to welcome two parents to talk about how maths is used in their career (as a software engineer and a property developer). There were certificates for best costumes and the whole day was spent working with children from other […]
Monday 15th May was the Feast of St John, Patron Saint of Education and we marked the day with a day focussed on STEM (Science, technology, engineering and maths). Unfortunately the Planetarium visit was postponed to 21st May. This did not dampen the children’s enthusiasm. It was a fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable experience to walk […]
Class 1Y took us to India on Thursday 11th May! They taught us a lot of interesting facts about India and also entertained us with singing and dancing. You can see some of the action here.
On Friday 5th May, we wore red, white and blue to mark the occasion of the coronation of King Charles III. A variety of activities took place including crown and flag making, singing and an afternoon picnic. Watch the action here. The slides from the assembly are here Coronation of King Charles Collective Worship
The sun shone brightly on Thursday 4th May when we held our annual May Procession in honour of Our Lady. We were delighted to have over forty family members join us for this special occasion. People had brought in flowering plants which will be planted around school by our Gardening Club. The choir and orchestra […]
On Wednesday we were entertained by nearly a third of Year 6 who performed on piano, flute, saxophone, electric guitar, guitar, violin and drums! What a talented bunch they are! Watch here for more photos. For the full performance watch here!
The Year 5 children had an enjoyable day at Verulamium on Monday which was linked to their history learning. They visited the Roman Hypocaust, handled Roman artefacts and saw the ruins of the London Gate. They also enjoyed spending some money in the gift shop!
Over fifty children took part in the run at the London Marathon event on Saturday 22nd April. In the Yr 5&6 group the children ran 2.6km and there were 224 runners in this category. We had several children in the top 20!! Ethan came 3rd, Annie came 8th and Ellis came 9th. Florence ran in […]
Spring Term 2023
Children in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 gathered for a Passion Service on Thursday 30th March. Parents from Year 4 were invited to witness the prayerful, reverent way the children presented the events of Holy Week leading to Jesus’ death on the cross. It was a beautiful and thoughtful service which led us well […]
Twenty three of our talented children performed at the Enfield Dance Festival “Picture This” which was held at The Millfield Theatre. They then performed their dance to the whole school the following day. Watch here.
On Wednesday 29th March, the Infant children gathered for a Passion Service. We reflected on the events of Holy Week from when Jesus was hailed a King on Palm Sunday up until his death on Good Friday. Through song, drama and prayer the children were reverently focused on Jesus’ love for us. We hope the […]
On Monday the sun shone for us as we walked en masse to St Monica’s Church foodbank. The following message was received on Tuesday from Gerry who runs the foodbank, “On behalf of all the volunteers at the St. Monica’s Church Foodbank, we wanted to thank you and all the children, staff and parents for […]
The children from Class 2Y took us all around the world in their assembly about the seven continents. They had learnt a huge number of interesting facts about terrain, weather, population and animal habitats! Mrs Baptiste challenged them to create a book with all this information and put it into our school library so that […]
At St Monica’s we have a long tradition of inviting mums from Reception class into school for a Mother’s Day Tea Party. Due to the pandemic, we have missed out on these special occasion but we made up for it in great style this year! Parents from Reception came on Wednesday 15th, Year 2 on […]
Class 1G’s assembly was literally out of this world! They treated us to a space adventure complete with everyone wearing amazing astronaut helmets. They gave lots of reasons why all the other planets in our solar system would not make good holiday destinations! They decided that planet earth was the best place to be and […]