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Welcome to St Ignatius Catholic Primary School

We are a busy, friendly Catholic school located within the London borough of Haringey. Our mission is to provide a rich and caring learning community guided by our Catholic faith and the Gospel values.

We value  the diversity our children and families bring to our school community and celebrate the culturally and linguistically rich environment in which we learn together.

We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find any information you are looking for.

Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.

Thank you for visiting!

Our Mission

To live by our PEARL values.

Safe in God's hands we will learn to respect, believe and achieve.

We will strive for excellence in all we do.

We will respect and support one another, embrace diversity and celebrate each other's talents and successes.

School Choir

The School Choir The Royal Albert Hall is a famous concert hall in South Kensington, London. Since its opening by Queen Victoria in 1871,the world's leading artists have appeared on its stage. Recently our school choir joined over 2000 other children from Haringey...

Tag Rugby Squad

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!

Citizens Celebration!

Please come to the latest Citizens event for Haringey and question our local election candidates! Please click on this  Flyer  for information.

World Book Day 2018

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!...

Our Latest Newsletter

To read our latest newsletter online please click on the link below. School Newsletter 2nd February