• Centenary of Our Blessed Lady’s apparitions at Fatima

    To mark this important centenary the governors are holding an art competition for the whole school. Fr Edward will be judging the competition and pupils with the best picture of Our Lady of Fatima in each class will receive a Rosary specially blessed by Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke and the winner of the best picture […]

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  • Early finish to term

    After parent consultation, and agreement by governors, we can now confirm that the school day will finish at 1.30pm on the last day of term (before the Christmas, Easter and Summer holidays only; NOT half terms). Please see Mrs Griffiths’ separate letter regarding this change.

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  • Holland Park October Half Term Holiday Activities

    The Ecology Centre runs a scheme of outdoor and creative activities in the October half term utilising the park and our wooded Wildlife Area. Their fun-packed programme for four to ten year olds includes sessions on fungi, minibeasts and animal hibernation. The cost per session is £5 or £4.30 for concessions and booking needs to […]

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  • Do you play an instrument?

    Would you like to play your instrument at assembly? Each week we would like a pupil to play for us as we enter and leave the hall. If you would like to do this, please write your details on the form on the children’s noticeboard outside Mr Toro’s office. Mrs Griffiths, or one of the […]

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  • Thank you…

    to our wonderful class reps who have kindly agreed to email the newsletter to parents as well as it being accessible on the website.

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  • Healthy lunch suggestions

    According to NHS choices a balanced lunchbox should contain: Starchy foods like bread, rice, potatoes or pasta Protein foods like meat, fish, eggs or beans A dairy item, like cheese or yogurt Vegetables or salad and a portion of fruit   Please remember  that we are a healthy school, and we ask that crisps, chocolate bars and […]

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  • The school orchestra is welcoming new members! 

    We rehearse on Friday lunchtimes and regularly perform a range of repertoire from classical, film and pop music. We welcome any string, woodwind, brass or percussion players who are equivalent to about grade 1 standard. Please let Mrs Bryan know if you are interested in joining.

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  • Volunteers

    We have been overwhelmed by your responses to our request for volunteers and we are so grateful to you all for your willingness to lend a hand. Our task next week is to begin to plan just exactly how you can help us, based on your availability. We will be in touch very soon.

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  • Parent’s Association News

    We’ve had a great start to the term with the coffee morning and second hand uniform sale. It was nice to see lots of you and meet new parents. We raised £508.47 and Year 6 raised £290.36 at their cake sale last week, which they will be able to claim back at the end of […]

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  • Forthcoming dates

    17 October: Class Mass for Year 6 and Reception Class 2.15 pm in the hall, parents welcome 20 Oct: Year 5 Assembly 23-27 Oct: half term 30th Oct: INSET day, school closed to pupils 31 Oct: back to school 3 Nov: Year 5 cake sale 8 Nov: PA Social 7-9pm 10 Nov: Yr 6 Assembly […]

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  • Forthcoming dates

    21st Sept: ‘meet the teachers’ evening 6.30-8pm, school hall 26th Sept: 8.30-9.30: Coffee morning and uniform sale 29th September: Year 6 cake sale 5th Oct: National Poetry day 17th October: Class Mass for Year 6 and Reception Class 2.15 pm in the hall, parents welcome 20st Oct: Year 5 class assembly 23-27th Oct: half term […]

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  • Parents Association, Parent Reps and Parent Forum

    The PA is where parents and teachers work together for the good of the children in order to organise events throughout the year. All parents and staff members are welcome to be involved whenever they wish. Particular thanks to all of our parent reps this year; they will be emailing you all in due course. […]

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