Kirsty and Charlotte from HCL catering company were in school on Thursday and Friday this week to teach healthy cooking to class 6G. The children made pizza calzone using wraps as well as coleslaw and courgette muffins! Each week they will learn a simple recipe to cook something which we hope they will practise at […]
Desni from One Day Creative led a workshop about the Great Fire of London with Year 2. Using drama, the children explored different methods that could be used to put the fire out, did some mime and freeze frame and generally had a very enjoyable session.
Patrick, Lilly & Ellie from London Sinfonietta came to work with the children in Class 6Y on Thursday. The composition challenge that was set will be carried on this half term with Ms Phillips with all the children in Year 6
Autumn Term 2022
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!
The orchestra, conducted by Lynne Baker from Enfield Music Service (EMS) and accompanied by Ms Phillips, performed for parents at an end of year recital. Watch it 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!
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.
Year 2 thoroughly entertained everyone with their production of “I’m gonna shine” on Thursday 15th December. It was a long journey for Mary and Joseph, the shepherds and the wise men, but they all found the destination of meeting Jesus worthwhile.
On Tuesday 13th December the children from Year 1 performed their Christmas nativity play for their families. Every inn in Bethlehem was thoroughly inspected, but the perfect inn was found for Jesus to be born!
The Reception children performed their first nativity at St Monica’s on Wednesday 14th December. The animals really took centre stage, but they told the story of Jesus’ birth beautifully!
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.
On Saturday 3rd December, we had our first Christmas Bazaar in three years!! It was a fantastic success with hundreds of people there, enjoying themselves and celebrating festive cheer! Take a look at a few photos of the afternoon by clicking here. A huge THANK YOU to our wonderful Friends Committee and the many parents […]
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.
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.
Five children from Years 1 and 2 took part in a gymnastics festival on Monday 28th November, with nine other schools from Enfield. They performed their routines on floor and vault with confidence. They were very excited to attend this event and look forward to lots more in the future!
During the week commencing 21st November, the children learnt how to make a mosaic, following the expertise of Tamara Froud and her team Jen French and Alex McHallam. We were inspired by their creativity and enthusiasm! Thank you to The Friends committee who paid for these workshops. Our beautiful mosaic can be viewed in the […]