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School Choir perform at the O2

On Wednesday 29th January 2014, St Ignatius School Choir took part in Young Voices, the largest children’s choir in the world! The concerts have introduced over one million children to live music in the last 15 years and raise money for the Young Voices Foundation -a charity which helps disadvantaged young people. Although a long day,… Read more »

6F Assembly

The children from 6F offered everyone in the hall on Thursday afternoon a lot to think about. The theme of their assembly was about being people of prayer. They explained to the children, staff and parents about the importance of prayer and the ability to work together to resolve differences. They shared their own understanding… Read more »

Year 3 Trip to the British Museum

The children and staff of Year 3 spent an enjoyable day at the British Museum on Wednesday. They discovered many new things about this very important ancient civiliasation. They visited the gallery of the mummified pharoahs and discovered all there was to learn about the Rosetta stone. Thank you children for being great ambassadors for our school.

Visit from Team London – Young Ambassadors

Children from across Key Stage 1 and 2 were treated to a very special assembly on Wednesday morning from Conor Monk from Team London – Young Ambassadors. He spoke to the children about the importance of volunteering in our local community. Conor used examples of the charity work that he had experience of and explained to the children… Read more »

La Historia de La Navidad

On Monday afternoon a group of Spanish speaking children from across Key Stage 2 performed their own version of the nativity story in their native tongue. Through drama and song and accompanied by translation, parents and children from across the school community were treated to the first Christmas performance of the year. They were witnesses to… Read more »

Nativity Rock

The afternoon had come, preparations were complete and the children were ready. And they didn’t disappoint either! Our Year three classes took to the stage on Tuesday afternoon to perform Sheila Wilson’s “Nativity Rock!” They sang with joy and spoke with great clarity and their understanding of the message of Christmas was witnessed through their delivery. They left the stage in… Read more »

Whoopsy Daisy Angel

The story of Christmas returned once again to St Ignatius on Wednesday morning. This time it was the turn of our Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 classes to perform the ever popular “Whoopsy Daisy Angel.” It is always a difficult feat preparing so many children in such a short space of time for a… Read more »

Year 5 and 6 Carol Concert

The children from Year 5 and 6 gave a resounding performance on Wednesday afternoon in the magnificent surroundings of St Ignatius church of the Nativity story. The children spent many hours learning lines from Ss Matthew and Luke’s gospels and rehearsing the many verses to the six carols and hymns that intertwined with the performance. They… Read more »

Year 4 Brass Concert

On Wednesday afternoon the children of 4L performed for their parents and children from across Key Stage 2 on a number of different brass instruments. The children entertained their audience with the pieces of music they had learnt over the past term. Towards the end of the concert they were joined by members of both Year 5 classes who played… Read more »