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Thank you to all the parents who came to read with their children this morning. Reading is extremely important for your child, you need to be reading with them for at least 20 minutes a day.
This week is Anti-Bullying Week. The theme this year is ‘All Different, All Equal’. Please look at the Anti-Bullying Alliance website for ideas/resources/information etc. I also attach the Primary School packs for you to look through. https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/ This year, Year 5 and 6 will be taking part in some drama workshops run by West End… Read more »
On Wednesday 15th November London Citizens will be gathering for a special Housing Assembly with the Deputy Mayor James Murray. The event is held at Oasis Academy, 75 Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7HS. The nearest station is Lambeth North on the Northern Line and is a 22 minute ride on the underground from Seven Sisters. The evening will… Read more »
We were delighted with the amount of parents who turned up for our food tasting event today. Parents were able to sample some dishes from the new Winter menu. The feedback was very positive. We would like all of our children at St Ignatius to have a hot meal each day. If you would like… Read more »
The Library of Everything magically appeared in school. We were so excited and enjoyed Mrs Peabody teaching us about reading. It came to the school because we are trying really hard to read everyday.
Please enjoy reading our Latest Newsletter. Newsletter 2nd November 2017
We have just come back from The Tower of London trip. We learnt about the Battle of Hastings and William I and Harold Godwinson. We felt so privileged to live in a beautiful city.
Dear All, Thank you so much for your generous donations for our Harvest Festival. We have collected a huge amount for the North London Action for the Homeless who we will be delivering the items to at the end of this week. One of the volunteers, Mike, is completely overwhelmed by the volume of donations,… Read more »