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The Little Mermaid »

Fathoms above! Zut alors! What a show!! Tuesday afternoon at the Peacock Theatre was eye-wateringly wonderful!
Enormous congratulations to our talented cast of West End superstars, from Nursery to Year 6.
Huge thanks to all the staff, parents, carers, families, friends, professional musicians,…

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The Summer Fair »

Friday 9th June

Thank you to our PTA for organising such a fabulous Summer Fair. Thanks to everyone’s generous contributions, the afternoon was a marvellous success and such a lot of fun!
 

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S.O.U.L workshop »

Today in Year 3 we had a fantastic time learning values through play. We worked as a team and reflected on our emotions, our fears and how we view and perceive others. We had so much fun!

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The Delauney part II- Muffin making »

In this second session, Year 3 continued to worked alongside three pastry chefs from 'The Delaunay' . The class prepared, baked and decorated blueberry muffins using lots of different tools and techniques. What a fun and delicious experience!

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Career Assembly »

We were delighted to welcome the fashion designer Nana Evans to our school just before the half-term break.  She led an inspiring Career Assembly for our children. Nana told us about her online business, her design studio and workshop and she showed our children some of the materials and processes…

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Year 4 visit St James’ Park and London Zoo! »

Year 4 went on a field trip to St James' Park on Tuesday to collect information about living things.  They carefully observed the micro-habitats around them and worked with a partner to record their findings.  We also had a picnic and played some games to celebrate winning both the punctuality and…

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A treasure from the past! »

In assembly this morning the children were shown a wonderful historical treasure that was recently donated to our school: a letter written by Mrs Mabel Lynch, a former headteacher of St Clement Danes, to a parent.

One of our four school houses, Lynch House, is named after Mrs Lynch who was a…

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PTA Auction Prize Winners »

In the grand setting of the Headteacher’s office and with the school’s finest bone china tea set, six Year 2 children had a fancy Afternoon Tea with Miss Coxhead and Miss Fostir after school today!

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PTA Comedy Night & Auction »

Enormous thanks to everyone involved in making our PTA night such a rip-roaring success!  The evening’s impressive line-up of stand-up comedians included Harry Hill, Steve Best (Luka and Anastasia’s dad), Sindhu Vee, Bob Goody (Ayah’s Grandad) and Milton Jones.

Thanks to the very generous support…

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A problem shared is a problem halved! »

In our assembly this morning we heard the story of ‘The Huge Bag of Worries’.

The children thought about which people in our school they would talk to if they had a worry.

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Creepy Crawlies in Early Years! »

Reception and Nursery received special packages from the postman the other day. The label on the package said ‘Handle with care.’  We opened it to find, a small jar with a lid housing 5 tiny caterpillars. The children were amazed by the diminutive size of the caterpillars. They marvelled at how…

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Dance with Natalia »

Year 2 and Year 6 have been having dance lessons with Natalia this term. She is an excellent ballroom dancer and has been teaching the children a variety of ballroom dances.


Year 6 have been perfecting their Cha-Cha-Cha moves. Will we see any members of St Clement Danes on Strictly Come Dancing…

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Year 6 Maths »

Year 6 pupils took over Miss Gould’s job today and taught each other how to complete challenging maths problems.

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Multi-sports with Coach Robin »

Today, Coach Robin from the YMCA started teaching Multi-sports lessons to Year 2 and Year 4. The children took part in a variety of warm up exercises and then completed a circuit of different activities. As they were completing the circuit, the children were not only having fun and being active but…

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St George’s Day Assembly »

In assembly this morning the children in KS1 and Reception learned about the story of St George and The Dragon, to mark St George’s Day which is celebrated this weekend.

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