After having a wonderful Sports Day. We now have had a wonderful Sports Day Awards ceremony. The children all cheered and praised the winners. Awards were also given out for overall contribution in sports at St. Ignatius as well as many football awards.
We had a lovely time learning about different cultures in our Around the World Day. We love celebrating diversity and realised that it makes us stronger.
Year 4 went to visit the Water and Steam Museum at Kew Bridge.
The children learned all about steam engines that had been used
since Victorian times to pump water to the West of London.
They also took part in three workshops concerning the science of forces.
The highlight of the day came when the children learned about the early history of
moving steam engines.They were really excited when they were given a ride on the
scaled down engine and carriages.Toot! toot!
Recently our school choir joined over 2000 other children from Haringey schools to give a performance there..Truly this will be a treasured memory for many years to come for those children.
The school and the children’s parents are rightly proud of them for achieving such an honour.
Well done to the Tag Rugby Squads that took part in the competition hosted by the Scolars Rugby Club. The Girls came third in the group stage of the tournament and the boys came third overall. Both teams played extremely well considering the weather!
Please come to the latest Citizens event for Haringey and question our local election candidates! Please click on this Flyer for information.
Today is World Book Day 2018 and this year’s theme is to SHARE A STORY!
Children in St Ignatius dressed as their favourite book characters and took part in World Book Day activities in class. These are some of the pictures below.
KEEP SHARING YOUR STORIES!
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On the 9th of February you are warmly welcomed to attend our coffee morning. Please come, the topic of discussion will be about how to keep your child safe online.