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The school choir sings at St Paul’s Church Carol Service »

Well done to the choir who sang beautifully at the Community Carol Service held in St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden yesterday!

 

'I liked it when we started singing because my sister did a solo'
Lola

' I felt quite excited and nervous. My favourite song was In the Bleak Midwinter'
Lucy

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Collective Worship »

Today in Collective Worship we thought about the shepherds and how they were the very first people to find out about the birth of Jesus. We lit all four candles on our Advent wreath.

'I learned how the shepherds who were poor were chosen to see Jesus first'
Marlena Y4
'The picture that we looked…

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St Clement Danes Christmas Musical Concert »

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Christmas Decorations »

Thank you for the splendid decorations made out of recycled materials that are making the north stairway look wonderfully festive!

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Collective Worship Advent »

Today in Collective Worship with Mrs Abrahams we learned all about the meaning of Advent.

Advent is a time when we prepare for the coming of Jesus. We thought about how we can give the gifts of friendship and love to those around us especially at this special time of year.

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Year 6 poets at Trafalgar Square »

Year 6 poets from St Clement Danes School read poems for the lighting of the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree last night.

They featured on the Radio 4 programme 'Front Row'. To listen to the piece go to:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06qv764

... and enjoy listening from 23 minutes, 30 seconds!…

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We are Active School Award Winners! »

Last Friday, we attended the Active Westminster Awards and found out that we had won an award.

We were really excited when we found out that our school had been nominated for an Active School Award. We all know that health and fitness is very important and we feel very fortunate to go to a school…

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Career Assembly »

A massive thank you to Year 3 parent Laetitia who came to tell us all about her job as a speech therapist today in assembly. As well as learning lots of fascinating facts, we also found out about what a speech therapist does and how their job is to help people with communication problems.

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Afternoon Tea »

~~Year 3
Afternoon Tea


Congratulations go to Year 3 for being the most punctual class last term. The class, along with their teacher, were delighted with their achievement and decided to celebrate in style.
Year 3 was transformed and looked more like The Delaunay than a classroom, ready to host…

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Rosa Parks »

On Tuesday 1st December during Collective Worship, Andrew Kaye, one of our school governors, provided a talk about Rosa Parks to help children with their learning and understanding of the contributions of prominent Black History figures.

The children learnt a lot from the information Andrew…

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Tower of London »

Year 1 had a fantastic day at the Tower of London. We learnt about Knights and got knighted by someone from the Tower of London. We got to see the Crown Jewels, the White Tower and spotted all of the royal beasts!

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Eucharist at St Paul’s Church 26th November 2015 »

Key Stage 2 pupils went for our termly Eucharist service at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden today.

The reading was all about Daniel in the Lion’s Den. We reflected on how he showed endurance, courage and faith. We thought about how the story of Daniel can help inspire us to be brave and show…

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Collective Worship 25th November 2015 »

Today in Collective Worship Father Simon taught us all about a special meeting between the Angel Gabriel and Mary.

‘I learned that the meeting between Mary and the Angel Gabriel was called the Annunciation’.
Harry,Year 4

‘Although Mary was terrified, she still did what God asked’.
Charlie, Year 6

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Science Day in Year 1 »

Today on science day we first completed a bar chart on Year 1's favourite season. We found out that Winter is the most popular season.

We then talked about weather changes over the seasons and how we can measure the temperature and wind.

We started off using thermometers to measure the temperate…

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School Council visit the LSE Faith Centre »

Today our School Council visited the LSE’s Faith Centre, an interfaith reflective space at our local university. The children were welcomed by the LSE chaplain who also a school governor: Father Jim Walters. A group of students from the university spoke to the children about how they pray and use…

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