Over the last 6 weeks, year 6 and year 4 have been very fortunate to have worked with a qualified cricket coach from Winchmore Hill Cricket Club. They have learned many new skills over the weeks. 15 children enjoyed it so much that they have now enrolled with Winchmore to play cricket at the weekend.
As part of the Enfield council’s Move More Campaign , we are taking part in this challenge. We are asking all our junior children to keep track of their exercise for 4 weeks. Ideally, they will strive to do 60 minutes or more of physical activity per day. 60 minutes can be completed in one […]
This year we played all our league matches at Merryhills Primary School. The girls trained every Thursday after school from September to March. We finished middle of the table this year , we won some and lost some. Again, some of our girls only learnt how to pay netball this year and we were delighted […]
Karen is very proud to say our girls have also won the league for the second year running. It was a pleasure to work with the girls at St. Monica’s this year and she was delighted with the amount of girls interested in football/sport over the year. They worked extremely hard on their fitness in […]
A huge congratulations to our boys who won the Southgate league this week. We played all our matches at Southgate Secondary School from September to March. I am delighted to say we won every match throughout the season. The boys trained extremely hard every Monday and it all paid off by our 100% winning rate. […]
4G took us on a journey through the Tudor era. They told us all about King Henry VIII and his six wives and treated us to beautiful music and dance. We hope the 4G parents enjoyed it!
Our B team football team played two matches recently and I am glad to say we won both matches comfortably against Merryhills and Hazlewood. We are hoping to play a couple more before the end of the season. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
The boys played Forty Hill in the quarter final of the Fursman Cup on the 24th February. Unfortunately, we lost in extra time but the boys played brilliantly. The girls then played their quarter final match on the 24th March and unfortunately lost, but well played both teams.
3G taught us all about time, seasons and telling the time. There were some great dances, singing and a few funny moments along the way! Remember this Sunday ‘Tick, tock, the winter has stopped! So the clocks go forward if you like it or not!’
4Y took us on a trip of the Emerald Isle. Their assembly was all about St Patrick’s Day which falls on the 17th March. They impressed us with their Irish dancing, especially the Siege of Ennis. If you fancy a little exercise get your child to teach you the steps if you don’t know them already!
1G’s assembly was all about space, traditional tales and poetry. They WOWED us with their amazing singing and instrumental skills. We hope the 1G parents enjoyed it!
The children and staff celebrated with an amazing array of wonderful costumes and everyone had an enjoyable day. We had a day of Carousel Activities incorporating drama, music, hot seating and art.
Please view our slide show.
Singing Playgrounds has come to St Monica’s. Thirty children from KS2 attended training at Keys Meadow Primary on 27th February. They then helped another 24 children to learn to be Song leaders here in school. Finally, we took the games out into the playgrounds, and hope to run sessions once a week. Our favourite games are “Jump Jim Joe”, “Bungalow”, “John Kanakanaka”, “Here Comes Sally” and “Tanczymy Labada”.
5G showcased how talented their writers are! Children presented parts of their exciting stories written for the Mayor’s Writing Competition, which this year is themed around escape. Good luck!
Year 6 had great fun today dressed as Vikings! They learnt a lot during the workshops and generally enjoyed themselves.
5Y took us to different parts of the world during their assembly and compared features of each place.
We had a very informative assembly from 2Y, with the pupils telling us lots of facts they had learnt about Florence Nightingale and the Crimean War.
They also treated us to some lovely songs about Florence!
Another full night of entertainment – Well Done to all the Pupils who performed tonight! The standard was impressive and the judges had to make some difficult decisions choosing winners. Luckily the staff performance was not judged! Thank you to all the staff who helped to organise this event. Nearly £740 was raised in ticket sales which will be put towards buying resources for the children.
A big “Well Done” to all the pupils from Infants and Year 3 who took part in a ‘A Star is Born’. We are a very lucky school to have so much talent!
Many thanks to all the staff who helped to organise this event. Nearly £740 was raised in ticket sales which will be put towards buying resources for the children.