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To celebrate BLACK HISTORY MONTH at our school all classes learned about a special black person who was the first to do something special. Today all classes visited the exhibition to look at each others work and learn more about people who through hard work achieved something remarkable.

A group of Year 6 pupils represented our school at the Mass of Dedication at Southwark Cathedral on Friday 1st October. They also read the bidding prayers prepared by all our Year 6s.   This was also an opportunity for them to meet Archbishop John Wilson and other children and staff from other schools.

Our beginning of School Year Welcome mass took place today  Sunday 19th September at English Martyrs’ parish church.  The Induction of Mr Camilleri as Headteacher took place at this mass too.  We look forward to a new year of teaching and learning together.

Another step on the way of getting back to normal school life.  Our first class assembly in the school hall too place on Friday 17th September.  Well done 6T for preparing your assembly and their parents who joined us for this special occasion.

The crops we planted in the summer term keep giving.  Here are two of our KS1 children showing the potatoes they dug today.   Great to see our children so keen to grow their own food.

The school mass in the parish church today was also the last one for our Year 6 pupils who will soon be leaving us to move on to their respective Secondary schools.  We wish them all the best for their next phase in their educational journey.

Our school community today said a formal farewell to Mrs Appah, former headteacher through a thanksgiving mass at English Martyrs’ Parish church led by Bishop Paul Hendricks. Mrs Appah was the school’s headteacher for nine years and served at our school for a total of 26 years.

Year 3 Endzone The year 3 children really enjoyed their endzone event, delivered by the LPESSN. Endzone is a game that they hadn’t previously encountered so it required them to think critically and problem solve. They also had to work together as a team and communicate effectively. The children worked hard and gave it their […]

Proud winners of our KS1 Sports Day Medals.  Certificates and medals were awarded at assembly this morning.   Well done to all children who took part and teachers who planned and organised this important annual activity.  

Our sports day this year took a different look!  We all had to stay in ‘Bubbles’ but still managed to take part and compete in our games carousel, races and even Tug of War! Medals will be awarded at our Good News assembly next week.