Monthly Archives: May 2013

Headship Interviews

This week the governors are interviewing the three candidates that they short-listed a week ago. It’s going to be a bit hectic, especially on Wednesday, but should all worth it in the end. I’ll let you know the outcome as … Continue reading

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‘ParentView’ website

I’ve mentioned this website a few times in this newsletter and I’d just like to push it again! ‘ParentView’ is a government website that collects the views of parents about their child’s school. You have to register and then the … Continue reading

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Year 5

Year 5 visited the British Museum last Monday and came back with lots of compliments ringing in their ears. Members of the public stopped staff and told them how well-behaved the children were, and so did the museum staff! We … Continue reading

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What’s On This Week

· All week: cycle training for Year 6 · Today: first interview day for headship post · Today: netball match vs St Vincent’s after school · Wednesday: second interview day for headship post · Wednesday: football match vs St Vincent’s … Continue reading

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Dropping off children by car

If you drop off, or collect, children by car at the beginning or end of the school day you risk being given parking a ticket. In the past we have given parents a note from the school (if requested) and … Continue reading

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Cookery Club

We started a cookery club this term. It’s being run after school by our school cook, Ellen. There are some photos and a little information on the Westminster website: http://www.myschoollunch.co.uk/westminster/parents/news/detail_106.asp  

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Great Ormond Street

You may remember we collected money over the Christmas period for Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital; one of our pupils in the Foundation Stage was, and still is, being treated by the hospital. We received a letter last week thanking … Continue reading

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