A group of boys and girls from Years 5 and 6 children took part in a Borough Cross Country competition on Friday 6th October. 115 children from across the borough took part in the boys’ race and 115 in the girls. In the girls’ team we had Florence, Dearbhla, Aoibeánn, Lucja and Rose. The boys’ […]
Children from Year 5 entertained the whole school and their families on a variety of musical instruments on Wednesday. A group of three Year 4 children also performed as a trio on the guitar. You can watch all of their performance here.
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 […]
5Y’s class assembly on Thursday 22nd June was all about wellbeing and mental health. They gave us some strategies we can use when feeling anxious and overwhelmed, including belly breathing. They also taught us about the zones of regulation and ways we can strive to stay in the green zone. They of course showed off […]
Class 5G wowed the whole school and their families with their array of many amazing talents; from gymnastics to art work, sports to languages spoken and not to forget the amazing singing talents of the whole class! Everyone was super impressed. 5G reminded us to be thankful for all of our talents as they are […]
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!
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 […]
Four children were chosen to represent their school to compete against one another in a challenging maths quiz on Wednesday. As well as strong maths, they also had to have good collaborative and communication skills to solve tricky maths problems. Teams that took part were from St Monica’s, Our Lady of Lourdes, Firs Farm, Highfield, […]
On Friday 3rd February, over 80 children from Years 4, 5 and 6 entertained the school in the morning and then their families in the evening. It was a competition with judges: Karen Borley, Stephanie Wrigglesworth and Luke Rogan. Trophies and medals were given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in four categories: solo singer, […]
Ms Phillips spent the last few months preparing the children for the Young Voices concert at the 02. They went on Friday 20th January and joined Heather Small and thousands of other children from schools all over London! It was an incredible experience. Click here for a few snap shots of the day. Ms Phillips […]
The children from the choir and orchestra performed carols around the Christmas tree on Monday 19th December for all the families. It was a great occasion and really got us into the festive spirit! Once again thanks to Ms Phillips for her musical expertise! You can watch some clips of the afternoon here.
We had a special visitor on Christmas Party Day and lots of fun!! Have a look here!
Children from Years 5 and 6 performed “One Night in Bethlehem” to all the children in school at a dress rehearsal and then later that day to all families in St Monica’s Church. The singing and orchestral performances were outstanding!
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.
Three teams of thirteen children from Years 4 and 5 went to the inter-school Gaelic football competition on Friday 2nd December. They came back to school buzzing with the news of winning and scoring and proudly showed off their medals! Well done to them all.