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Year 5 Trip to South Tottenham Synagogue

Year 5 made the short journey to South Tottenham Synagogue to learn more about the Jewish religion. They were guided round the synagogue by Rabbi Shmeul who told them many important reasons how and why the synagogue is laid out in a particular way. The children asked some searching questions and were excellent ambassadors for our school.

New Arrivals “Hatch” in the Nursery

The children in our Nursery class have been learning about the life cycles of different animals. Part of their learning meant that they took charge of ten eggs and the children have been waiting patiently them for the chicks to arrive. Well the wait is now over. The life cycle is now complete and the process will… Read more »

Black History Month

For over twenty five years schools across the country have celebrated Black history. Children learn about the role of influential figures from black history that have helped to shape events on an international and local scale. Black history month was celebrated here at St Ignatius by offering the children different ways of sampling various aspects of… Read more »

Ignatian Champions and House Captains Appointed

During Friday morning’s assembly Mr Bonner and Miss Fellows appointed our new Ignatian Champions from the children of Year 6. They were selected by the Year 6 staff and members management team for displaying our PEARL values and demonstrating the Ignatian tradition of being men and women for others. The children wrote a personal manifesto explaining why they wanted to… Read more »

Giles Paley-Phillips

Gils Paley-Phillips paid a visit to school in October as part of poetry week. He is an award winning author who shared many of his stories with the children and helped them to have an insight in to the hard work and determination it takes to be a published poet and author. The children enjoyed… Read more »

The Big Share

4th October 2013 THE BIG SHARE The weather held the community came and time was shared. The range of food on offer from the different countries of the world that are represented here at St Ignatius was overwhelming. Many parents cooked enough food to feed vast numbers. There was food from Colombia, Ghana, Gambia, Poland, Eritrea, Ireland,… Read more »