At St Ignatius, we are committed to making sure that all our pupils develop well spiritually, morally, socially and culturally (SMSC) in order to achieve their full potential.  Here is an example of the activities we use to achieve this goal across the school.

  • Our PEARL values of Prayer, Equality, Achievement, Respect and Love guide life at St Ignatius. In KS1, a weekly assembly guides pupils to understand these concepts. Throughout the school, prizes and certificates are awarded each week for demonstrating one of the PEARL values.
  • Religious Education is a core subject for us. With 2.5 hours of R.E. per week, our pupils are guided to develop, understand and reflect on their faith deeply. In recognition of this, we were judged Outstanding at our last inspection by the Diocese of Westminister in March 2014.
  • Our Behaviour policy ensures that pupils recognise the different between right and wrong, and that inappropriate behaviour and actions have consequences.
  • Through celebrating cultural opportunities like Black History Month, our pupils can benefit from their diverse backgrounds and experiences.
  • Each half-term, our classes focus on a Core Learning Value throughout the curriculum. Spring Term 1 highlighted Thinking Skills, and all classes have been tackling and solving lots of problems together in Maths, Science and other subjects, using a range of different strategies.
  • In every class, pupils are guided to become socially skilful through collaborative learning, debating and listening with increasing understanding.

At St Ignatius we aim to promote healthy, independent and responsible members of society. We encourage all our pupils to play a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community through class & school councils and fundraising events.  Our pupils are given opportunities in PSHE, SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) lessons and assemblies to develop confidence, self-motivation and an understanding of their rights and responsibilities within our diverse society.

We teach SMSC in a variety of ways: as a discrete subject, through Core Learning Skills, via assemblies and through other subjects such as RE and Connected Curriculum, as well as through outdoor educational visits.

Around the World Day

Year 6 recited their O2 experience.

As an end of term treat Year 6 children preform some of the songs from the Young Voices Concert during assembly. It made us feel happy inside and rounded off our well-being week.

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Anti-Bullying Week

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.
This year, Year 5 and 6 will be taking part in...Read More »

Donations needed Harvest Festival

It is that time of year again. We would appreciate if you could donate, coffee, UHT milk, toothpaste, deodorant, shower gel, biscuits, sugar, tinned goods, preserves, beans and pulses to our Harvest display. The display will take place on the 6th October.

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St Ignatius Prime Minister

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...Read More »

Cycle Training October Half Term

Please click on the link below to find out more information regarding further cycle training for children in Years 5 and 6. It is a very good opportunity for those children who struggle with cycling to improve their skills.

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Cycle Training

After four long days in the saddle an intrepid group of Year 5 cyclists managed to successfully pass their Level1 and 2 Bikeability course. The instructors were very impressed with their focus and the way they conducted themselves and managed to put in to practice all that they had learnt. Congratulations...Read More »