1st October – Harvest Festival 5th-7th October – Book Fair 13th October – School Meals Winter Menu Food Tasting Event (2:30pm) 14th October – 11am Mass in Church 15th October – 5L Assembly (2:30pm) 22nd October – 2E Assembly (2:30pm) W/B 19th October – Family Learning Conferences 26th-30th October – Half Term Break
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Newsletter – 1st October
School reopens Thursday 3rd September 2015.
Friday 10th July 3.15pm Thank you to all the parents who came to one or both of the parents’ meetings held in school over the past weeks to help set up and organise this event. Without parental support and contributions, it is not possible for events like these to go ahead. These are the… Read more »
On Thursday 4th June a number of our pupils attended the Good Shepherd mass at Westminster Cathedral. The mass was celebrated by Cardinal Vincent Nichols and it proved to be a very memorable occasion as the children had the opportunity to meet the Cardinal afterwards.
Some of our Key Stage 2 pupils visited these famous locations that are central to our British democracy. On Tuesday the 9th June, pupils from Year 5 and 6 were taken on a VIP tour of Parliament. After an early start, we arrived at Westminster for a tour of the main government building of the UK…. Read more »
Year 6 students took part in First Aid training with the St. John’s Ambulance Service.
May 2015 Dear Parents, Please find attached the report from our recent Ofsted Inspection. We have been graded as GOOD in all areas and therefore the overall effectiveness of the school is judged to be GOOD . I am very pleased with this report, as are our governors and staff. It is a… Read more »
Next week is National Vegetarian Week. The children will be offered an extra variety of delicious vegetarian dishes to try for their school lunch. The idea is to celebrate vegetarian food as being vibrant, exciting and flavourful. Please have a look at this link: http://www.nationalvegetarianweek.org/
Last week we witnessed the United Kingdom gather at their local polling stations to vote for who they wanted as their local MP. To give the pupils an experience of what happens during that time, we held mock elections at St. Ignatius. All the children who were interested in being Prime Minister for the day had… Read more »