22Jun 2022

Dear Parents/ Carer, I’m delighted to let you know that this summer, Southwark Council will be hosting Southwark’s Summer of Food and Fun. We are partnering with local holiday club providers across the borough to provide an exciting programme of meals and activities for children and young people in our local communities. Free places are […]

22Apr 2022

Channel 4 and the producers of Junior Bake Off are making a brand new series and are looking for children aged 9-11 to spend two weeks camping in nature this summer. By encouraging independence outdoors, we will explore the relationships and skills children develop when put to the test. Do you want your child to […]

22Apr 2022

Southwark Park Cricket Club is your local community cricket club, dedicated to bringing the nation’s summer sport back to the historic Southwark Park Oval. This year we will be running the ECB’s fun introduction to cricket, the All Stars programme for girls and boys 5-8, and the matchplay Dynamos programme for 8-11s. Sessions will be held […]

22Apr 2022

With SATs Week drawing closer, we have collated a series of very useful videos covering all aspects of the exam week and how best to prepare both at school and at home. Please choose from the options below.

29Mar 2022

Some of our caterpillars have metamorphosized into butterflies and we released some today. The children were so excited about this wonderful experience as you will see in our pictures below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view.

25Mar 2022

Science Week was a fantastic success this week. We thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the many exciting workshops and experiments throughout the week. A huge well done to everyone who took part. Please see the competition winners below and their pictures. Year 1 winner – Jana in 1L, runner up Emmanuella Year 2 winner – […]

03Mar 2022

Today we marked World Book Day. It was fantastic to see children and staff in their colourful costumes and being able to talk about their characters, the books they are taken from and the author. Mr Camilleri, dressed as Mr Wonka from ‘Charlie and the Chocolate factory’ announced that five golden tickets were hidden in the […]

02Mar 2022

Today we celebrated the beginning of Lent. Four classes attended the mass in church together with the parish community. Fr Tom visited the school later to distribute ashes to children and staff in other classes in both buildings.

28Feb 2022

This year’s book was launched today.  It started with the visit by Nigel Blackman, author of books such as the Dinoteks series.    All children enjoyed his presentations on the stories he writes and the illustrations in his books.  We hope this was an inspiration for all our pupils to continue to show their love of […]

09Feb 2022

Today we marked SAFER INTERNET DAY.  All children reflected about the benefits of the internet but also thought about how to make sure they are always aware of dangers that browsing online can have and how to overcome these when they happen. 

14Jan 2022

The first class assembly for this Spring Term and for 2022 took place today. Class 6T prepared and presented an engaging assembly which including singing, roleplay, and sharing about what they have been learning about so far this term. Due to the current Covid mitigation provisions, parents where not able to attend but this Assembly […]

12Jan 2022

Another school council meeting took place today. The newly elected council members had a really good meeting with Mr Camilleri, Headteacher. They discussed a range of issues related to ideas of what we can put in place or plan for to make our school even better.

15Dec 2021

Throughout the last week of term, all children had the opportunity to take part in our various Nativity Plays.  We started on Monday with the Early Years Nativity, followed with the Key Stage 1 performances on Wednesday and then the two groups in Key Stage 2 on Thursday.   This year we had to limit the […]

10Dec 2021

Our last class assembly for this Autumn term took place today with the presentation by Class 5T who treated us with an engaging assembly focusing on the various themes they have been learning about recently including, writing, History and languages. Well done 5T.

10Dec 2021

On this traditional Christmas Jumper day, everyone at school was invited to contribute £1 towards fundraising for Charity.  Our money this year is going towards sponsoring CAFOD projects such as buying seeds for farmers in poor countries, solar lamps for families who have no access to electricity or learning kits for children who are not […]

23Nov 2021

Today, all children in KS2 (Years 3,4, 5 and 6) enjoyed the first of a series of three Yoga sessions led by a professional Yoga instructor.  This is part of our activities to help our pupils improve their mental and physical wellbeing.

16Nov 2021

To celebrate our uniqueness, today all children were invited to come to school wearing odd coloured socks.  This helped us think about respecting everyone including those who are different from us in any way.

11Nov 2021

Today we marked Remembrance Day by observing the two minutes silence.  The children also reflected on the meaning of this important day during assemblies and other lessons.  

05Nov 2021

As part of our PARLIAMENT WEEK activities today we had our school council elections. Our new school council members will soon start having opportunities to meet with members of staff and others to discuss ideas about different themes.

05Nov 2021

Let’s all have fun and Stay Safe! Fireworks and firework displays are loads of fun, but fireworks can be really dangerous if you don’t use them properly. Follow the Firework Code for a safer Bonfire Night and fireworks party. Here’s our guide on how to stay safe around fireworks and sparklers.  Follow these top […]

22Oct 2021

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.

02Oct 2021

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.

19Sep 2021

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.

19Sep 2021

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.

10Sep 2021

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.

01Sep 2021

Dear Parent, guardians I hope you have all had a safe and relaxing summer break, we look forward to your return to school.  Please see the letter below for detailed information on our return to school Friday 3rd September. New School Year Sept 2021 Best wishes Mr Camilleri 

13Jul 2021

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.

13Jul 2021

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.

09Jul 2021

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 […]

01Jul 2021

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.  

24Jun 2021

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. 

14Jun 2021

This week we are marking REFUGEE WEEK – an annual festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of Refugees or asylum seekers – people who arrive in another country due to serious difficulties, death threats or other dangers in their country of origin. 

12Jun 2021

This last week we had a special week on OTHER FAITHS. Children in all year groups learned about how Sikh people celebrate their special days, what they believe in and their other practices in places of worship. You can read more about this in some of the short reports on Page 3 of this week’s Newsletter. 

17May 2021

Today we started ‘Walking to School Week’.  Children started thinking about how walking to school is good for us in many ways.  It is an opportunity to exercise while walking but it is also good for the environment because we save car journeys and avoid adding to the congestion and emissions they cause.  

14May 2021

Every radio station in the UK will united today to play the 2021 Mental Health Minute – a message to mark this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week. The radio roadblock at 10.59am on 14 May featured the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined by famous voices including David Beckham, Joanna Lumley and Dame Shirley Bassey urging […]

10May 2021

The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness week is CONNECT WITH NATURE.  To mark the start of this important week today children shared some ideas about this theme in our morning assembly.  Throughout the week they will continue to learn more and reflect how we can improve our wellbeing by connecting with all the wonderful […]

04May 2021

Today we are celebrating the feast day of the ENGLISH MARTYRS – patron saints of our school.  The whole school came together for a virtual assembly.  During the rest of the week children will continue to reflect on these special people through researching their lives, writing biographies and drawing images of these saints.

27Apr 2021

English Martyrs’ are proud to announce  that we are participating in the Captain Tom 100 Challenge (100 laps of the track between 30/04/21 and 03/05/21) to raise money for the charity ‘FutureSense Foundation‘.  They work with rural communities in countries like Cambodia, India, Nepal, Peru, Tanzania, and Thailand to improve the quality of education, address gender inequality, increase access to clean water and sanitation, promote good health and wellbeing, and raise the awareness […]

23Apr 2021

Our gardening continued this week with planting some potatoes by 3M in their patch in Building 2 as well as looking after and watering the other vegetables  children planted before the Easter Break. We are excited to watch them grow and will keep you updated on their progress.    

20Apr 2021

English Martyrs’ are proud to announce that the Girl’s Wildcat Football Sessions are back on. Dates: Every Tuesday from 27th April 2021 Time: 15:45 – 17:00 Venue: Marlborough Sports Gardens, 27 Union St, London SE1 1SD Cost: FREE

01Apr 2021

On this Wednesday of Holy Week, our last day of term, the whole school came together for collective worship in a different way.   Our Year 6 pupils led the Stations of the Cross devotion from church which was streamed live for all other classes to follow.   It was a good opportunity for everyone to think […]

26Mar 2021

Children from different Year groups were in our school garden this week planting vegetables.  We now have a range of vegetables including carrots, cabbages, cauliflower, potatoes and more.  We will be looking after them and hope to have a bumper crop in the Summer!

26Mar 2021

This week children and staff at English Martyrs’ had the opportunity to say farewell and a big THANK YOU to Mrs Appah who will soon be retiring after so many years of service as a Headteacher at English Martyrs’.   Mrs Appah met with all children who said their farewells through songs, dance, presentations and other […]

15Mar 2021

We are proud to announce that Weekly online Yoga workshops are available on Microsoft Teams for all year groups, parents and staff every Monday. Spring Term links: Monday 29th March Session 1: 13:30 – 14:15 http://bit.ly/3bvFyTT   Session 2 (adults): 15:45 – 16:30  http://bit.ly/2OfUgVU​

12Mar 2021

Parents and teachers will come together virtually through Microsoft Teams to have the opportunity to discuss each child’s progress and address any concerns on Monday 22nd, Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th March.

12Mar 2021

SCHOOL CLUBS Now that schools have fully reopened we are able to resume our provision of some morning and after school clubs. WAKE AND SHAKE CLUB: For pupils in Years 4 to 6. Mornings at 8:00 am SUPER HEROES CLUB: For pupils in Years 3 to 5. Mondays to Thursdays after school. More information and registration […]

03Mar 2021

Dear Parents and Carers, Please find below a link to download our updated Covid-19 School Risk Assessment. This document is offered in .PDF format for ease of viewing, downloading and printing. If you have any questions regarding this document, please feel free to contact us. COVID RISK ASSESSMENT AND OUTBREAK MANAGEMENT PLAN – Sept 2021

28Feb 2021

Pupils can access their Microsoft Teams account to complete work set by their class teachers, please see below letter and step by step guide for parents. Accessing MS Teams letter for parents MS Teams Crib Sheet for parents Parents can contact the school by phone or email if they require their account password to be […]

25Feb 2021

Do you read with your child? Would you like to understand how to better support your child’s reading? Learning unlimited is offering a FREE online course covering: – The stages of children’s reading development – – How to support pre-school and school children’s reading – – Activities and games to support reading practice – – […]

22Feb 2021

Today we welcomed Mr Camilleri, our new Headteacher.  This is not Mr Camilleri’s first time at our school as he taught here before for a number of years.  Click here to read his letter to parents.

09Feb 2021

Tuesday 9th February 2021 is Safer Internet Day. Our children and young people deserve to grow up in a digital environment where they can create, engage and share freely and positively. To find out more, watch the video above and also download the flyer attached below. safer internet day

01Feb 2021

Dear Parents and Carers, We all understand that our child’s physical health through exercise and healthy eating is so very important for them to maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle as they continue on their journey towards adulthood; however their mental health and well being is equally important. Below are a series of downloads to help […]

19Jan 2021

At English Martyrs’ we believe in helping others that are less fortunate than ourselves so I’m running 26.2 miles (42 kms) for Prostate Cancer UK. I ran a half marathon on 16.01.21 and will complete the other half marathon on 23.01.21. Prostate cancer is now the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, killing one man every 45 minutes. […]

06Jan 2021

PE Staff Training The teachers at English Martyrs’ thoroughly enjoyed the staff training session ran by Wilson from the LPESSN. We were shown a range of activities and strategies that we can use to help the children develop their physical, technical, tactical and social skills safely in line with government guidelines in relation to COVID-19. […]

31Dec 2020

Dear Parents, Please see below letter regarding the return to school for pupils in January 2021. If you have any questions or concerns, please email the school office email address office@englishmartyrs.southwark.sch.uk Stay Safe  January 2021 Parent Letter January 2021 Parent Letter

21Dec 2020

Merry Christmas Welcome to our private virtual theatre where you can watch our amazing Christmas production in the comfort of your own home. We of course would have really loved for you to have been able to watch our production live; however, due to the current situation with the COVID pandemic, we are unfortunately unable […]

16Dec 2020

English Martyrs’ Catholic Primary School in Walworth have been very busy since the beginning of Advent collecting food donations for the local community. It is something the school do every year but this year it seems more important to the children as their own community has been hit so badly by Covid 19.  With even […]

20Nov 2020

London Fire Brigade have committed to working closely with the communities across London to ensure our fire safety message is delivered, so whilst our Education Officers are temporarily unable to visit your school in person, we have instead created three ‘Home Fire Safety videos’, targeting Key Stage 1-2 children for teachers to use in schools. Our […]

15Nov 2020

Welcome to English Martyrs’ Primary School English Martyrs’ Primary is a two form entry school in Walworth. We welcome children from the age of 3 to 11. Our aim is to enable all pupils, irrespective of their background or ethnic origin to fulfil their potential. Children and families in our school community come from far […]

09Nov 2020

Mercato Metropolitano, following this second lockdown, will be providing FREE food bags for all families in Southwark and surrounding areas from next week until beginning of December as part of our CoMMunity Meals program. Any family with children that struggle during lockdown will be welcome, just need to show up and collect food bag. These bags will be […]

03Nov 2020

Special Multi-skills League (Key Stage 2) It was a pleasure to see the children participating in the first round of the Special Multi-skills League. A big thank you goes out to The PE and School Sports Network for coming into our school and leading this event. The children thoroughly enjoyed practicing a range of skills […]

21Sep 2020

English Martyr’s RC Primary School are proud to participate in the London Mini Marathon between Monday 28th September and Friday 2nd October. Each child in the school (Nursery- Year 6) will be running 2.6 miles to complete this challenge. Physical exercise provides us with a range of benefits, including helping us to feel happier, improving our concentration and alertness as […]

12Sep 2020

  Wildcat Girls Football Sessions Girls Only Wildcats Football Sessions begin on Tuesday 22nd September at Marlborough Gardens, SE1 1SD. These sessions are on every Tuesday from 3.45-5PM. Sessions are open to all girls of primary school age and every session is FREE. Each session will be fun and inclusive, regardless of ability. Our main aim is to get girls playing and […]

28Jul 2020

We are all looking forward to welcoming pupils back to school on Friday 4th September 2020. To enable us to continue to put all pupils safety first, following Government guidelines we have introduced staggered start and end times.  Please see below information for parents.  COVID-19 Safety measures at EMS – information for parents Please ensure […]

26Jul 2020

In this video kindly prepared for us by a group of very fine and talented young people, we hear some stories of struggle and success from a few of the cast of the Tina Turner West End production entitled “Tina: The Musical”. We hope that you take the time to hear these great words of […]

17Jul 2020

Please see below list of class allocations for September 2020. 2019 Teacher September 2020 Class New Teacher   Nursery Mr Humphreys Nursery Mr Humphreys Reception Ms Bentaleb / Mr Longley Reception  Ms Bentaleb 1K Ms Russell 1K Ms Russell 2J Ms Sutherland 1L Ms Sutherland 2E Mr Field 2E Mrs V Russell 3C Ms Thompson […]

17Jul 2020

We are very proud of one of our Year 2 pupils, Samuel in class 2J. He and a friend started to collect some food for people and helped distribute this to the needy in his local area. Southwark News have run a special story highlighting their kindness. It is such a kind and wonderful thing […]

14Jul 2020

Support over the Summer Break The Autism Support Team (AST) will be operating a remote service during this current time of nursery and school closures. Our specialist team are able to provide consultations to parents/carers, and educational staff via digital communication. This may be a scheduled telephone appointment, facetime appointment, email or text message. The […]

02Jul 2020

Sports day will be done differently this year due to the government guidelines in relation to Covid-19.  This year the children will be doing the activities within their bubbles at different times in the week so the bubbles are not mixed and so that the children can keep their distance. Sports week will be on […]

01Jul 2020

In the year 3 key worker bubble we investigated using skittles. First we placed the Skittles round the edge of the plate. Next we gently poured water onto the plate and waited for a few minutes. Suddenly, a magic rainbow pattern started to appear. “I thought this was amazing,” (Alicia) “This was very fun!” (Michael […]

29Jun 2020

To celebrate being back in school, children in the year 2 and 3 key worker bubble spent an afternoon making our own individual pizza. We worked hard and had lots of fun. The pizzas we made were delicious! We said, “I used tomato, cheese, sweetcorn and pepperoni on my pizza.” “I had fun making pizza […]

26Jun 2020

Some of the many ways  that the  school is responding to racism is through  assembly, teaching the topic in PSHE and RE; making cross curricular links with other subjects and making multicultural books available for all classes from Nursery to Year 6.  You can download a message from our Bishops to the Young People in Catholic Schools in […]

10Jun 2020

The London Youth Games are setting different challenges for all children in England, whether you are in school or doing your learning at home. Let’s do English Martyrs’ proud and complete each challenge (one a week). Follow the link to get the dtails of this week’s challenge:  https://www.londonyouthgames.org/virtual-games/

09Jun 2020

On 8th June, we welcomed back children from Reception, year 1, year 6 and the children of key workers. We were excited to see some of our friends again. We did lots of activities to help us get used to being in school again.  We had a PE lesson, some of did some music and […]

29May 2020

Weekly Activity Planner School Games Organisers from across Central London have worked in collaboration to provide Central London Schools with a weekly activity planner to share with their families to help keep their children active for 60 minutes of the day whilst at home. You can find out further information on the work of the […]

28May 2020

Greeting to everyone, I have missed all the children and I am looking forward to you all coming back. It is important to note that things will be different when you do come back so it is a good idea to try to prepare yourself mentally. To help with this I have done two videos […]

05May 2020

In partnership with our project, Guys and St Thomas Charity have funded a healthy options takeaway service that delivers to the Lambeth and Southwark area.  https://www.just-eat.co.uk/restaurants-medleys–the-kitchen-herne-hill/menu  Medleys is a healthier takeaway option in South London with homemade dishes like Jerk Chicken, Seven Veg Curry and Cottage Pie to satisfy all the family’s taste! They are currently […]

01May 2020

We miss all of you so much and hope to be able to see you all again soon, lots of you have been working very hard with your learning at home, please see below special mentions to pupils from their class teachers. Year 1  – Atiniire, Atinuke and Michelle Well done and keep up the hard […]

29Apr 2020

Please see below helpful information for parents who are finding  themselves in need of additional support. Food access Pembroke House Please contact the organisation to see if they have capacity before turning up Dear Parent, If you require support with additional food supplies- please see the information below: Pembroke House is a redistribution service, delivering free food to […]

22Apr 2020

Dear pupils and parents, I hope everyone is safe, healthy and happy!  We are now at the beginning of the summer term and we enter it in unusual circumstances but together we can come out of this stronger than ever. For me personally this situation has helped me to be more grateful for what I […]

20Apr 2020

There is support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers: Thinkuknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online) Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online) Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children […]

02Apr 2020

Pembroke House Please contact the organisation to see if they have capacity before turning up. Please see the details below-see if these organisation can assist you with food. You may be able to pop in or email them to see if they can assist Pembroke House is a redistribution service, delivering free food to local residents who are financially […]

31Mar 2020

Tell us what you’re up to! I hope you and all your family members are well and keeping safe. We are all missing you so much in school and are asking for your help with our special newsletter. How can you help? Tell us what you have been doing while you have been at home, […]

23Mar 2020

Making healthy choices in regards to what you eat plays a crucial role in building up your immune system so that your body can tackle illnesses from the inside. When you make healthy choices in regards to your eating you will no doubt feel better within yourself. Also, this is a great opportunity for parents […]

18Mar 2020

Here are some exercises you can do to keep your body and mind healthy as we are going through difficult times. Have a go at different exercises (not all at once) and see which ones you prefer. I have thought of exercises to work out your whole body and that need little or no equipment. […]

12Mar 2020

London Marathon Events are providing our school with a great opportunity because we have been dedicated to completing the Daily Mile challenges. They are offering free places to take part in the Vitality Westminster Mile! This takes place on Sunday 24 May 2020 (half term) and starts at 9:30 AM.  Every finisher gets a medal […]

12Mar 2020

We are very lucky to have free tickets to watch Dulwich Hamlet football club play against Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday 14th March at 3pm. Dulwich Hamlet are a local semi-professional football club so we are excited to support them as a school. If you are planning to go, make sure you followed the instructions […]

12Mar 2020

English Martyrs’ are proud to announce that the four children who represented our school at the new age curling competition on 03.03.2020 were awarded with certificates for great sportsmanship and friendly behaviour. These children also showed a positive attitude towards a new sport that they had previously never heard off. They demonstrated their perseverance to […]

09Mar 2020

We know that schools always strive to stay open, but there are some circumstances that mean schools have to close. This doesn’t mean the learning needs to stop. Purple Mash gives schools access to both school and home learning. To help schools prepare for the unfortunate event of full school closure or needing to support […]

09Mar 2020

The following advice for parents / guardians has been received from the Department for Education:- you should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your child catching the Coronavirus. There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal. Downloads: Please click on […]

06Mar 2020

It’s World Book Day 2020 at English Martyrs Primary School and the children and staff have been busy enjoying a celebratory day of all things relating to books and reading. As well as lots of reading and storytelling fun, we have all enjoyed the many costumes being worn around the school by all as they […]

24Feb 2020

English Martyrs Primary School will be hosting Book Week 2020 with a plethora of fun and exciting activities relating to the wonderful world of literature. BOOK WEEK 2020 Timetable and Poster Our timetable for these activities is below: Tuesday 25th – Assembly launch Wednesday 26th – Drop Everything and Read Thursday 27th – Scholastic Book […]

14Feb 2020

Ezekiel Ewulo Visit The eagerly-anticipated visit of Ezekiel Ewulo (Successful professional long jump athlete) was a huge success. Every child in the school (Nursery-Year 6) participated in a fitness circuit ran by Ezekiel himself. The children put their maximum effort in and worked up a real sweat. Ezekiel also delivered an assembly to the whole […]

14Feb 2020

Congratulations to the children who attended the Key Stage 2 Boccia event at Bacon’s College on 11.02.20. These children demonstrated exceptional behaviour throughout the day and were willing to give a new sport a go. These children showed determination not to give up and gave their best effort throughout. We are glad you enjoyed the […]

14Feb 2020

Well done to the year 6 children who practiced hard in their PE lessons and got selected to represent English Martyrs’ for the netball tournament at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth on 31.01.20. They showed excellent teamwork by rotating and playing different positions each game. The children were encouraging each other and also praising other schools. You […]

14Feb 2020

The year 6 children had been improving their tag rugby skills during the Autumn 2 half term in preparation for the tag rugby tournament at Burgess Park on 22.02.20. The children who were selected to represent English Martyrs’ demonstrated excellent teamwork and sportsmanship throughout the day. They did really well to make it to the […]

14Feb 2020

Congratulations to the year 2 children that attended the athletics day at The Castle Leisure Centre on 23/01/20. These children demonstrated great sportsmanship and friendly behaviour throughout the event. They finished in 3rd place overall after a variety of different athletic activities and have been encouraged to join clubs outside of school. Keep it up […]

14Feb 2020

Half-Term Club Burgess Sports will be running a club throughout the February half term holiday (17th-21st) from 9.30am to 3pm. This will take place at Walworth Academy, Shorncliffe Rd, London SE1 5UJ. They offer a range of sports activities (e.g. football, tennis, tag, rugby) as well as hot meals, fruits and snacks for children. This […]

14Feb 2020

English Martyrs’ are proud to announce that all children (Nursery-Year 6) have completed two Daily Mile challenges so far; ‘London Loop’ in the autumn term and ‘Million Miles’ in the spring term. Both challenges required running at a moderate pace for 15 minutes every day. Many children are showing increased stamina and better focus during […]

13Feb 2020

Friday the 24th of January, 2020 was the French week celebration day. Children embraced the French culture and came to school dressed in the French flag tricolour ‘blue white red’. They enjoyed French breakfast of croissants, baguettes, pain aux chocolats and pain aux raisins in the morning. They then used the opportunity to learn the […]

22Jan 2020

Dear Parents and carers, Years 4 and 5 will be visiting Noah’s Ark, Orwell Quay, Ipswich on Thursday 30th January 2020. The purpose of the visit is for the children to partake in Bible Studies. The children will focus on the word “God” followed by activities for the day.  They will be travelling by King’s Ferry […]

14Jan 2020

English Martyrs’ Primary School is proud to announce that it will be hosting a French Week starting on Monday 20/01/2020 to Friday 24/01/2020. Please see our agenda for the week below: Lundi: Class interactive tour de France https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyWeSF9FAgA  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/french-ks2-how-to-introduce-yourself/zf84d6f https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0114qpv Mardi: French films – Barnaby Bear en vancances in Brittany, northern France https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01151kh Les enfants […]

09Jan 2020

Exciting news for all the IT lovers at English Martyrs as we kick off Computing week this coming Monday 13th January 2020. During computing week the following will take place accordingly. 1. Assembly for children on e-safety on Thursday  the 16th of January starting from 9:am 2. Children will create posters on e-safety on Thursday […]

08Jan 2020

English Martyrs Primary School is very proud to announce that we managed to raise £164.36 to help build a brighter future through Cafod’s projects around the world. Cafod are part of one of the largest aid networks in the world. Because of our global reach and local presence, together we have the potential to reach […]

29Oct 2019

The children have been having alot of fun learning about the many different cultures, dress, food, music and much more during Black History Month. We took some pictures of the children gathered together with parents for our own carnival! For a larger view, please click on the thumbnails below.

18Oct 2019

As technology changes, so does our online useage; both in adults and children. Our children are now avid users of online applications and internet sites; however, there are some potential safety issues that parents need to be aware of to ensure that our children stay safe whilst enjoying their online experience. To help our parents […]

08Oct 2019

Dear Parents and Carers, While black history is celebrated year round, Black History Month is marked annually. It recognises and values the inspirational individuals and events that have shaped our world. During Black History Month we remember and celebrate the important people from the past and also those who contribute to and help our society today. Although, it goes […]

24Sep 2019

On Friday 20th September 2019 our Chaplaincy Room had a very special visitor.  Let us tell you what happened… “Today Father Lewis came to the Chaplaincy Room.  He asked us questions about the gospel we were reading while we waited for others to arrive” (Favour 3M) “The Prayer Monitors, Junior Chaplains and Mrs Appah were all involved […]

23Sep 2019

The Daily Mile English Martyrs’ Primary School is proud to be participating in The Daily Mile again which is run by London Marathon Events. The Daily Mile includes six challenges throughout the course of the year which are aimed at keeping children physically active. This will help the children to become fitter and happier as physical […]

11Sep 2019

Year Five children have started the new term and all settled in to our new class room. We have lots of exciting learning planned for this term and will give you updates as they happen so please come back and see our page again. In our first few days back we covered lots of important […]

30Jul 2019

Congratulations to Mrs Appah who was awarded the Head Teacher of the Year award and Ms Bentaleb for Primary Teacher of the Year 2019 for their outstanding contribution to P.E. on behalf of the PE Schools Sports Network. We are very proud of all their hard work and support. 

26Jul 2019

Selected pupils who had received the most Good to Be Green Reward throughout the year were treated to a special pizza experience at Pizza Express in which they made their own pizzas with a choice of their favourite toppings.   Well done to the pupils who attended, they all seemed very happy when eating their pizzas.

19Jul 2019

Dear Splashers, On behalf of Southwark Music Hub & It’s All about the Music Trust I’d like to pass on huge congratulations to all involved in Splash 19. We thought the children did an amazing job and worked so hard especially on show day, showing focus and coming up with the goods when it mattered […]

16Jul 2019

Pupils have been busy planting seeds for our school gardening project and have had great success with their vegetables. We currently have strawberries and courgettes growing, and from our photos, fabulous carrots.

03Jul 2019

On Tuesday 2nd July 2019, Year 6 visited the Natural History Museum. They had a fantastic time, the museum was really busy but they enjoyed the Dinosaur exhibition. We took a few pictures at the museum, which can be seen in the gallery below.

25Jun 2019

on 20th June 2019, a selection of English Martyrs Children accompanied a plethora of children across London schools to join in a huge fun run at Battersea Park. Hosted by Team GB athlete Jasmin Sawyers to encourage children to think healthy living. We took some pictures on the day, which can be seen in the […]

25Jun 2019

On Tuesday 12th year 6 visited The Bel Aziz Islamic Centre, as part of our learning in RE. We asked lots of questions and found out lots of interesting information during our time there. We used our experience to write recounts when we got back to school. In writing we are reading the book King […]

25Jun 2019

Jesus says: “As you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me.” Many saints were shaken to the core by this passage from the Bible. On account of it, St. Francis of Assisi changed his whole life. Mother Teresa converted because of this saying… When I reflect […]

25Jun 2019

The gifts of the Holy Spirit enable us to share the mission of the Church. Religious Education Curriculum Directory The children will learn about Jesus’ teaching and example of service of others. They will develop their ability to recognise that God has given us all gifts and talents to use in the service of him […]

25Jun 2019

The Church therefore urges her sons and daughters to enter with prudence and charity into discussion and collaboration with members of other religions. Let Christians, while witnessing to their own faith and way of life, acknowledge, preserve and encourage the spiritual and moral truths found among non-Christians, also their social life and culture. Nostrae Aetate […]

25Jun 2019

God’s self-revelation is made perfect in us by the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of truth. This truth was promised by Jesus and revealed at Pentecost. Through the Holy Spirit people are formed and guided to become God’s people through knowing God. Religious Education Curriculum Directory Year 5 learnt about and reflect upon the Ascension and […]

25Jun 2019

“The Church is the family of God, the People that God gathers in the whole world. This Church is the communion of Christ’s disciples brought together in Christ its Head by the Holy Spirit. It is the Body of Christ, the Temple of the Spirit. As the People of God, the Church is drawn into […]

25Jun 2019

“The greatest commandment of all: “Listen Israel, the Lord your God is the one Lord, and you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: you must love your neighbour as yourself.”  Mark 12: 29-30 […]

25Jun 2019

“The Church is the family of God, the People that God gathers in the whole world. This Church is the communion of Christ’s disciples brought together in Christ its Head by the Holy Spirit. It is the Body of Christ, the Temple of the Spirit. As the People of God, the Church is drawn into […]

25Jun 2019

“The signs worked by Jesus attest that the Father has sent him. They invite belief in him. To those who turn to him in faith, he grants what they ask. So miracles strengthen faith in the One who does his Father’s works; they bear witness that he is the Son of God.” Catechism of the […]

25Jun 2019

This half term, the children in the Nursery and the Reception classes have be learning about the Church. The children have begun to understand that we call the Church the family of God. They learnt that a church building is a holy place where we can all pray and are welcome. The children learnt that […]

10Jun 2019

FRIDAY 14th June 2019 When a child is in hospital their family can often be faced with having to travel long distances each day and either pay for costly hotel rooms or sleep on a chair at their bedside. Ronald McDonald House provides families with a comfortable place to stay that’s close to their child, […]

13May 2019

Dear Parent/ Carer, London History Day returns this year on Friday 31st May.  English Martyrs will be celebrating with London History Schools Day on Friday 24th May. Children across London have been asked to come into school on that day dressed as their favourite historic Londoner.  This is a fun way for them to connect […]

08May 2019

The whole school has been reading a book entitled “Have you filled a bucket today?” by Carol McCloud. The bucket is of course a metaphoric bucket, and refers to  filling up your day or your life (your bucket) with good thoughts, good deeds, and well being. The children have been printing empty buckets and filling […]

08May 2019

English Martyrs’ Primary School is proud to announce that it has brought home the first place trophy for the tag rugby tournament organised by the PE and School Sports Network (PESSN). The tournament was made up of six Southwark schools and the English Martyrs’ Primary School team won all of their games! Well done to […]

08May 2019

New dates added! It has been an exciting term of cooking and getting creative in the kitchen for our Year 5 pupils as they master many recipes and techniques in Cookery Club. We are now very pleased to announce that we have some brand new dates for the new forthcoming cookery workshops. These dates are: […]

08May 2019

Why you should use ParentPay It’s simple, safe, convenient and your child no longer needs to carry cash into school. ParentPay is an online payment system for schools. It allows parents to pay quickly and securely for school meals, trips and activities, uniforms, music lessons and fees. You simply top-up your ParentPay account online  by debit […]

08May 2019

Year 6 SATs test start on the 13th May – only 1 week left to go. We want our children to perform at their best during their SATs. The night before the tests… Make sure that they are not studying all evening. Ensure that they relax and get a good night sleep during the week of […]

24Apr 2019

The last day for pupils in the summer 2019 term will be Wednesday 17th July.  Nursery PM pupils last day will be on Tuesday 16th July Wednesday 17th July – Pupils finish at 1.00pm for Nursery full time, Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 6.  1.15pm finish for Year 3, 4 and 5. Thursday […]

04Apr 2019

Year five’s  performance of the Easter story was a great hit. The acting and singing were exceptionally good. Please look at these photographs of our show. We hope you enjoy them.

02Apr 2019

It has been an exciting term of cooking and getting creative in the kitchen for our Year 5 pupils as they master many recipes and techniques in Cookery Club. This term the children: experienced a kitchen environment were exposed to new foods and ingredients they had not tried before were introduced to new cooking and […]

14Mar 2019

It’s been an exciting week at EMS!  Wild science brought in animals for us to see (Pictures below). Silly science and the professor showed us how exciting science is. ​Also: The winners of the Science Poster Competition are: Year 2 – Abdukarim Year 3 – Esemena Year 4 – Tiffany – special mention to Gloria – certificate awarded […]

21Feb 2019

Year 3 classes will be visiting the South London Botanical Institute to learn more about plants as part of their Science topic  During their visit they will learn more about The amazing world of food plants Children will have the opportunity to explore an exciting variety of food plants, which grow in our beautiful botanical […]

06Feb 2019

Pupils in year 4 have started their cooking club held each Thursday afternoon, supported by Bacons College P.E. programme. The pupils will be making healthy recipes using fresh ingredients offering a balanced intake of vitamins, minerals, protein and carbohydrates. Parents, please ask them what they have made and encourage them to help you at home […]

06Feb 2019

Over the next two months, year five classes will be visiting the Recycling Centre in Surrey Quays. Class 5E will be visiting on 26th February and class 5T will be visiting on 12th March. These trips will help children  learn more on the advantages and techniques of recycling. Pupils and staff will travel by public […]

06Feb 2019

Dear Parents/Carers, Every year, Year 6 embarks on a school residential trip and we hope that all Year 6 children take part. This year we have chosen to go to Grosvenor Hall, Ashford from 6th February – 8th February 2019.  The site is very impressive and children will take part in 11 activities during their […]

06Feb 2019

Every other Wednesday Parents and Carers are invited to come into school and read with your child in the classrooms from 8.40am – 9.00am. If you would like to take part in this ongoing activity, these sessions will run until the end of July. The following dates are as follows: Wednesday 30th January 2019 Wednesday 13th […]

06Feb 2019

This year the theme for book week is ‘Every Child a Reader’, Book Week will run from Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March. However, to launch Book Week we will be holding a Book Fair from Thursday 28th February to Wed 6th March. At the book fair you can order books for your child […]

06Feb 2019

On Monday 4th February a special assembly hosted by the company “Be Internet Legends” outlined the many safety issues, hints, tips and pitfalls to the modern day surfer,   To make the most of the internet, children need to make smart decisions. Be Internet Legends empowers younger children to use the web safely and wisely, […]

06Feb 2019

On 27th March 2019 Year 4 will be visiting Rainham Marshes in Essex as part of their current project on animals and their habitats; in particular, in this case birds. Part of the Thames Estuary, not far from the bustling streets of London, Rainham Marshes is a haven for all kinds of wildlife – birds, […]

06Feb 2019

On 14th February our year three pupils will be heading off to visit the world renowned Natural History Museum in Kensington as part of their project on rocks and fossils. The museum is home to life and earth science specimens comprising some 80 million items within five main collections: botany, entomology, mineralogy, paleontology and zoology. […]

06Feb 2019

After School Activities Many of our clubs have began.  Some clubs run on a rational basis so that all children in the class have the opportunity to attend over the course of the academic Year. We have had an overwhelming response to parents requesting places for their child to attend clubs and we currently have […]

06Feb 2019

Dear Parents and Carers, We have a number of FREE workshops running throughout the year run by School Home Support covering a number of important subjects such as employment, parental support, behaviour support, ICT workshops, and much more. We have a course running at the moment called “The Parent Gym“. Parent Gym provides parenting programmes free of […]

18Jan 2019

Dear Parents, to keep you up-to-date with details of the many exciting workshops happening this term at English Martyrs’ Primary School for you, we have created a quick view table below with those all important dates and topic details for your diary. If you have any questions regarding any of the courses available in the […]

18Dec 2018

Free Community Legacy Event 20th January 2019 Download our flyer here: A4 poster – Legacy Event Join us to celebrate the success of Beat The Street Southwark including; Programme of free sporting taster sessions for all the family to enjoy Meet Community Groups and Sporting Clubs Free raffle ticket for all attendees to win a £50 […]

17Dec 2018

Ms Evangeline’s singing group were warmly welcomed at Darwin Court on 7.12.18 where they held a Christmas Carol Service.  Ola, from Darwin Court said “They all sang beautifully and were very brave to perform in front of so many people!” Well done to the children in Year 6 who participated!

17Dec 2018

A big well done to the prayer monitors who have been encouraging all their classmates to donate as much food as possible for the end of term mass! Thank you to all the families who have donated so far.  Your contribution is greatly appreciated by those less fortunate within our community.  Remember that the mass […]

17Dec 2018

School-Home Support is going to be featured on BBC Breakfast on Monday 17 December! Our piece, which focuses on how disadvantaged families are struggling in the UK more than before (and especially at Christmas time), will be shown between 6am and 9am on BBC One. Unfortunately, the producers haven’t committed to a particular time yet […]

29Nov 2018

English Martyrs’ Primary School took part in the UK wide competition “Beat the Street” and are very proud to announce that we were awarded third place across Southwark! Beat the Street is a fun, free game that see four areas in Southwark transformed into a giant game – play in Peckham, Old Kent Road, Faraday and […]

22Nov 2018

As we are coming up to Christmas, we need more than usual, to give and to think of others who are less fortunate. As a school, we will now be donating to Pecan Southwark Food Bank. They organise food parcels for homeless people as well as emergency packages for local families living in poverty. *We […]

12Nov 2018

Dear Parents and Carers, as you know, this weekend marks the 100 year anniversary of armistice where we remember the many men and women who fell in battle during World War 1 and 2. To show our appreciation of the sacrifices made by these selfless people, English Martyrs Primary School created a wonderful display to […]

15Oct 2018

Pupils in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and 2 will be taking part in a special African dance workshop as part of Black History Month on 16th October.  Parents are invited to attend a special final performance held by pupils to showcase their African dancing skills at 2.40pm. We look forward to seeing you there 

15Oct 2018

Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and 2 had their own personal visit from the very talented author Joseph Coelho and illustrator Fiona Lumbers on 15th October, pupils were given the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of her book. The fantastic story “Luna Loves Library” was read to pupils followed by questions for both our […]

05Oct 2018

It’s going to be an amazing month of culture at English Martyrs’ Primary School this October as we look forward to the many activities taking place during Black History Month and International Week! Below are full details of what is coming up. African Dancing for Nursery, Reception and Years 1 and 2 will take place […]

25Sep 2018

Bartholomew Landscaping who designed our amazing playground area have won an amazing award for this incredible job! They have won the British Association of Landscape Industries Principal award for Hard Landscape Construction up to 300K and the Special award for best Design and build project. We are so pleased with our amazing playground and are over […]

10Sep 2018

Dear Parents & Carers, We would like to take this opportunity to remind you (as outlined in our ‘Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions’ policy) it is the parents role to inform the school if their child has a medical condition/s such as Asthma / Diabetes etc and provide sufficient and up to date information about […]

07Sep 2018

Dear Parents, We would like to take the opportunity to make you aware that the “Race Equality Foundation” is offering FREE 13 week parenting programme beginning in September 2018.  These programmes will be running on Tuesdays to Thursdays (see flyers below for days): Draper Hall Sept 2018 Dunraven School Sept 2018 RCCG Great Beauty Tabernacle interactive The programme is community inclusive and designed […]

12Jul 2018

Year 3M’s class assembly on 11.7.18 focussed on their topic Tremors.  They shared many facts about earthquakes and volcanoes.  What causes an earthquake? What do you need in a survival kit? What happened to the city of Pompeii?  They sang a beautiful love song about two volcanoes.  

12Jul 2018

Children who have stayed on green this year were rewarded with a special trip to Pizza Express. At the restaurant they made their own pizzas and rolling the dough and spreading the tomato sauce and sprinkling delicious mozzarella on top. “I felt joy and excited. I was proud of myself.” (Asiri Year 3M)

12Jul 2018

3M visited The Museum of London on Thursday 12th July.  On this fantastic visit we learned many things about Togas, mosaics and features of wealthy Roman homes.  Children enjoyed the drama workshop led by Marcus.

15Jun 2018

Mrs Appah received a lovely request from two ex pupils of English Martyrs’ to come and visit our school on Wednesday 14th June. A very warm welcome was given to Shirley and Roger Wade,  who visited us to relive some of their fondest memories, they both started school together in 1961 and become good friends, […]

05Jun 2018

Art week will begin on Monday 11th – Friday 15th June Reception to year 6 will be studying artists from different countries around the world.  Please see one example below of Aboriginal art work from Australia that pupils will be making throughout art week.  Please come back and visit our gallery page for more information […]

04Jun 2018

When a child is in hospital their family can often be faced with having to travel long distances each day and either pay for costly hotel rooms or sleep on a chair at their bedside. Ronald McDonald House provides families with a comfortable place to stay that’s close to their child, giving them more time […]

24May 2018

It’s that time again, this is our third year working with Westminster Cathedral Choir and we are excited to announce that Year 4 pupils will be participating in a concert along side many other schools on 13th June, please see below times.  Year 4 have been working hard on their summer concert songs and are […]

19May 2018

As part of the science curriculum in Year 1 and 2, looking at animals, identifying them and keeping them alive and healthy, we had eggs to hatch. For the last couple of years, we collect eggs from the farm and, using a special incubator, hatch the eggs. The children learn so much from seeing the […]

15May 2018

21-25th of May and 6th – 8th of June 2018 To celebrate RE week , we are going to on special visits as well as welcoming some guest speakers.  Take a look at some of the activities below: Date Activity Year group 21.5.18 Westminster Cathedral Visit Year 4 22.5.18 Mosque Visit Year 6 24.5.18 Hindu […]

03May 2018

Author Lauren St John – The wonderfully talented author Lauren St John will be visiting us on Thursday 17th May to speak with pupils on writing techniques and how you can use your imagination for wonderful story writing, parents will be given the opportunity to purchase copies of her new book, which she is promoting, she […]

26Apr 2018

During the Easter break Mrs Appah and a group of teachers visited schools in Sweden to look at how learning is conducted in other European countries and how their styles of teaching and learning differ from ours and how they are similar. To help us better understand the differences and similarities that Mrs Appah and […]

26Apr 2018

The National Online Safety team have created a FREE guide  about Snapchat, the social media app which has been flagged by the NSPCC & the Humberside Police as being one of the main sources of online grooming incidents over the past 6 months in the region, with the youngest victim recorded just seven years old. Our guide informs parents […]

01Apr 2018

Our Head Boy and Head Girl toured the school and decided which was the best book corners in Building 1 and Building 2 and the winners are …. Building 1 – Year 1 Mrs Russell – Hansel and Gretel theme Building 2 – Year 5 Ms Thompson – Ancient Greece theme Well done to both […]

29Mar 2018

English Martyrs’ Primary School is ever so proud to announce that our year five “Tag Rugby” team have made the finals! The team have worked so hard together practicing as much and as often as they can to become what is a formidable team of sports people! We hope that you join us in cheering […]

20Mar 2018

A huge thank you to Walworth Academy for inviting Years 5 and 6 for science demonstrations. The children were delighted with seeing magnesium and gunpowder burn, all from the safety of the glasses given. Secondary school looks very interesting! Dr Jasmine from Pro Education visited EMS, and enthralled both teachers and children alike! We were […]

15Mar 2018

Wild Science visited EMS on Monday, bringing a range of animals for the younger children to handle. Trevor the snake, the rabbit and bearded dragon were very popular. They discussed the different textures, patterns and temperatures of the animals. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

09Mar 2018

Off to a flying start! Science week started with a bang – or with flying feathers ! – as all the children were treated to a bird display. They learnt about habitats, adaptation to environment and experienced the birds flying. Thank you to the Birdman from Eagle Heights for such an interesting day! ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

08Mar 2018

Well done to all our entries into the science week competition! The winners are: Year 1 – Favour Year 2 – Kayla Year 3- Grace Year 4 – Bruce Year 5 – Mosope Year 6 – Nathaniel So many worked so hard, we gave them certificates: Year 1 – Leticia, Hadvina, Anthony Year 2 – […]

21Feb 2018

Science week starts on Thursday 8th March at English Martyrs School! To kick off the week, we have a visit from the Birdman from Eagle Heights. The school will be introduced to the ecology and conservation of Birds of Prey by Mr Alan Ames from Eagle Heights in Eynsford, Kent.  They will be shown different […]

29Jan 2018

As part of their Modern Foreign Language program, class 4J have been pen pals with a similar school in Montpelier, France. Before Christmas, the French School designed and sent some Christmas cards to our children. Unfortunately, the cards did not arrive at EMS until the New Year, so our children thought it better to make […]

29Jan 2018

Today we caught up with our newly appointed School Council who are looking forward to their new role at the school. In this video, we hear their vision statements as they plan their activities for the year and how their actions will go toward making English Martyrs’ Primary School an even better place for learning. […]

29Jan 2018

Dear Parents, We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our brand new Digital Leaders. Our team are here to make sure that all aspects of IT learning are available and understood by all of the children at the school. The children will also be talking to children about what they would […]

29Jan 2018

Maths Week begins on the 29th of January to 2nd of February. The theme is Maths through stories. Each year group would embark on a range of mathematical activities stimulated by a story book. As part of our celebration, we would like parents and carers to join in the fun by entering our family quiz. […]

25Jan 2018

All children and staff arrived safely and have completed their first activities including getting muddy from top to toe during night line and the obstacle challenge ! In the evening they had a cinema experience and struggled putting on their duvet covers and sheets. They are ready for their first full day of adventure and lots […]

11Jan 2018

Parent Workshop – The Next Family Healthy Cookery Club will be for the Year 1 families. This will take place on Thursdays: 11th, 18th and 25th January 2018 (3.15pm-4.45pm) in the Dinner Centre.  If families attended, the Year 2 sessions in November we are kindly asking them to give other families a chance to attend […]

05Jan 2018

Year 6 will go on school residential from 24th – 26th January 2018 and will be visiting Grosvenor Hall in Ashford.  We are hoping the weather is good to us as we will be outside from 8.00am – 9.30pm.  Children will have the opportunity to zip wire, use 3G swing, abseil, have problem solving challenges, […]

11Dec 2017

FREE 13 week parenting programme beginning in January 2018.  These programmes will be running on Saturdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in Southwark, lambeth and Lewisham.   The programme is community inclusive and designed to support parents from varied cultural backgrounds. I have also attached a copy of our January programmes for information.  Parents living in Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham can register for a […]

11Dec 2017

11th December EYFS and Nursery PM 2.15pm Christmas Performance 12th December EYFS and Nursery AM 9.15am Christmas Performance 12th December Year 3C, 4J and 5T 2.15pm Christmas Performance 13th December Year 3M, 4G and 5E 2.15pm Christmas Performance 14th December Carol Concert Year 6 3.30pm 15th December Year 1 and 2 classes 9.15am year 1 […]

23Nov 2017

Congratulations to our Year 6 Digital Leaders: Elijah and Nathaniel. Being a Digital Leader helps children develop confidence and leadership skills. They also provide meaningful support to teachers and peers throughout the school. Elijah and Nathaniel will be helping to choose the rest of the digital leader team from year 3 – 5. Stay Tuned […]

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