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  • Year 2 parents- help needed please!

    Please could we ask for more parents to offer their help in preparing the First Communion breakfast on 10th June and help serve teas and coffees on the day. It is tradition for Year 2 parents to help in order to give them an idea of how arrangements work, so that they will be well […]

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  • Important Notice to all families

      It is nearing the time when you may be thinking about booking a summer holiday. Please may we take this opportunity to remind you that term ends on Wednesday 19th July. Even though term finishes on a Wednesday, families should not book holidays before this date, perhaps thinking that it will be acceptable for […]

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  • Vaughan Centre for Young Musicians

    Cardinal Vaughan School offers primary school boys aged 7-11 the chance to study music at the school each Monday in term time from 4.30-6.30pm at a cost of £280 per term. This is a wonderful opportunity for boys to study general musicianship, learn a musical instrument and explore keyboard and choral work. Application forms are […]

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  • School journey

    There will be a meeting for parents and children in Year 6 who are going on School Journey on Monday 22nd May at 3:45pm. This will be an opportunity for you to find out a little bit more about the week and what the children will be required to bring with them. The school can now […]

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  • Head lice

    We have received reports of head lice in both the infant and junior classes. This persistent problem can only be successfully eradicated if all families cooperate, so, please check all family members this weekend and treat if necessary. Using a nit comb through hair with conditioner has proved to be the most effective method. Repeat […]

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  • Picking up your child

    Please remember that school finishes at 3.30pm and children should be picked up from the hall in good time so that the hall can be vacated for clubs. If you are late to collect your child you should enter the school through the side playground, and ensure you sign the late collection book.

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  • Are you leaving at year’s end?

    If your child will be leaving Oratory at the end of the academic year, please let the school know in writing as soon as possible, so that the place can be offered to a child on our waiting list.

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  • Forthcoming dates

    8-12 May: Year 6 statutory assessments 15-18 May: Year 2 statutory assessments 22 May: Year 3 First Confession 22 May: Y6 school journey meeting 29 May: half term 8 June: infants sports 2pm St Luke’s pitches 10 June: First Holy Communion 12 June: First Communion Assembly (Y3 Parents) 15 June: Junior sports @ Battersea 1pm-4pm […]

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  • Forthcoming dates

    25 Apr: Class Mass for Reception and Year 1 2.15pm 27 Apr: Quiz night 7pm 1 May: Bank holiday 2 May: Coffee morning 5 May: Year 1 assembly 9.15 5 May: Year 2 cake sale 8-12 May: Year 6 statutory assessments 15-18 May: Year 2 statutory assessments 29 May: half term 8 June: infants sports […]

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  • Term time holiday reminder

    As you plan for your Easter and summer holidays, please note that our term dates are clearly published and we expect pupils to be in school every day, right up until the end of term. Pupils may not leave early on the last day of term, and registration will be taken at the end of […]

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  • Parent Teacher meetings

    On 7th and 8th March there will be parents’ meetings after school. These meetings are very important for you. Your child’s class teacher will be able to let you know about the progress they have made in each core part of the curriculum. They will also share with you the next steps which are planned […]

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  • Pick up at 3.30pm

    If you have asked other parents, friends or relatives to collect your children at short notice, please make sure that you inform the school office by telephone of the change as soon as you can. Emails sent may not be read in time, and can lead to confusion.

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