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Remembering Suffragettes »

Mother Sarah led a wonderful assembly for our school this morning. She told us the incredible story of her great, great Aunt Lil, who was a suffragette. Her story reminded us about the importance of justice and kindness.

Thank you, Mother Sarah!

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Year 3 Musicians »

Wow! Look at all our musicians in Year 3. What a brilliant composition lesson we had today. We were writing our own rhythms, conducting each other and listening with amazing concentration.

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5 little ducks… »

We are so very lucky to have watched these beautiful ducklings grow from eggs. We have had such an exciting 2 weeks observing and caring for them! The children have learnt so much.

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Ready, Steady, GROW! »

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The Chicks »

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Year 6 Trip to Westminster Abbey »

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Career Assembly »

This morning we were delighted to welcome Jeannine Saba, Editor and Creative Director of the 'Covent Gardener' magazine. Jeannine led a fabulous Career assembly for all the children from Reception Class to Year 6.

Jeannine spoke to the children about her work as a magazine editor and gave the…

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Easter Bonnet Parade »

What wonderful bonnet creations! Congratulations and thank you to all of the children and families who took part. Many thanks to our PTA for organising this lovely event.

HAPPY EASTER!
 

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Easter Service at St Paul’s Church »

The whole school walked to St Paul's Service in Covent Garden this morning for a special serivce led by Father Simon. Readings and songs told the story of Holy Week and Easter.

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Metropolitan Police »

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London Ambulance Service »

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The Easter Story »

In our whole-school Collective Worship with Father Simon and Miss Coxhead this week, we have been learning about the Easter Story.

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Oranges and Lemons »

Continuing the tradition that began in March 1920, the school celebrated its annual ‘Oranges and Lemons’ festival today.

The theme of this year’s service was ‘Celebrating Our City’.

The whole school processed down the road from the school to St Clement Danes Church, as the church bells rang out…

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999 Emergency! »

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