3Y took us on a trip down memory lane on Thursday, reminding us all the things they have done throughout this year – it’s been very busy!! We remembered the Queen of the Medical Room, Siobhan and sang a beautiful song for her. They also talked about change and how this can make us feel. […]
3G reminded the whole school of the importance of words. Words have the power to heal, harm, educate and inform. Through song and drama they told us some of the many things they have learnt this year: in history, geography, Religion, French and very importantly how to treat one another respectfully. Look here for a […]
We had another action packed fun-filled day on Wednesday morning with the Junior sports day. The weather was perfect for it – not too warm and a gentle breeze! Points were awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in every race and a corresponding set of points were allocated to the four House Teams. St Cecilia […]
Year 3 children went to Broomfield Park on Friday 9th June as part of an Enfield Schools PE event. They wowed the other schools with their salsa dance. They participated in a range of dancing, throwing, blind trail and golf activities. They were also coached by some of the Tottenham football club staff, learning some […]
Children who are Catholic usually make their First Holy Communion during Year 3. We have a tradition at the school of buying a cross for each child to present to them. The children were given their crosses after Fr Paul had blessed them on Thursday after Mass and Benediction. We chose this day because it […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]
Over forty children from Reception, Years 1, 2 and 3 sang and danced their way across the stage for our annual talent show “A Star is Born!” The children performed a dress rehearsal for the school in the morning and then again in the evening for their families. Their confidence to entertain was spell binding!! […]
Year 3 have been following a new Design and Technology cookery unit this half term. They were very good using the child safety knives. Take a look at these ‘seasonal tarts’!
We had a special visitor on Christmas Party Day and lots of fun!! Have a look here!
Children from Years 3 and 4 performed “The Mystic Nativity” as a dress rehearsal to the school and then later that day in the church for all their families. A link to the performance has been emailed to all parents.
The children and staff enjoyed a delicious Christmas dinner on Wednesday 7th December. There was a lovely party atmosphere and Christmas music playing. Thanks to our catering team at HCL for the lovely food! Click here to see some photos.
Year 3 took the underground to Westminster Cathedral on 30th November for a special Advent Service. They met Clover the donkey and Patch the goat! At the cathedral they heard the story of Mary, Joseph and the birth of baby Jesus. They sang carols and began to get into the Christmas spirit!
Five children from Year 3 took part in an Enfield inter-school gymnastics festival on Tuesday 29th November. They learnt a routine for the floor and also performed a jump using the springboard. They performed brilliantly and should be very proud of themselves.