International Food Fair 2017

On Friday 17th March we had our annual International Food Fair, which proved to be another fantastic event. We had over 120 families join us to sample food from all over the world. Thank you very much to all of the families who kindly donated some food and helped us to serve it to the hungry masses!

What an excellent event and a great way to round off the week. #nodinnerneeded

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Camden Primary Choir Festival

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Camden Primary Choir Festival

On Monday 13th March, the school choir took part in the Camden Primary Choir Festival at the Camden Centre. The choir has been learning a range of songs over the last few months and on Monday they joined several other schools from across Camden for an afternoon of rehearsals on stage at the Camden Centre. Following a much deserved packed tea, the massed choir performed in the concert for families and friends.

The choir has worked hard to learn all the songs that were performed on Monday. Particular highlights from the event included a fast song which sets to music the poem by Robert Louis Stevenson called ‘From a railway carriage’ and an a capella piece called ‘E malama’ in which our choir had to sing the low harmony of a four-part ensemble during the concert. The concert finished with ‘Put a little love in your heart’ which was great fun to sing and the actions provided an additional visual spectacular for the audience.

The choir represented the school very well and the support of families and friends at the concert made the event extra special for the children.

William Grill Visit #talentedillustrator

Today we had a visit from William Grill who is an illustrator, whose first children’s book, Shackleton’s Journey, depicting Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic Expedition, won the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2015. William captivated the children during his assembly – demonstrating his talent for illustration. We have kept the two sketches, which William signed, and will display them in school very soon. A great visit and very inspiring for the children #christianvalue

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World Book Day #amazingcostumes

We celebrated World Book Day today and the children really went to town with their costumes. We had loads of Princesses in Key Stage 1, 14 Harry Potters and some very impressive Super Heroes. The children shared their costumes during assembly and explained why they had chosen their character.

The staff also dressed up and and at lunchtime, it was like a scene from Shrek!

Well done to all our families and children for the enormous effort they put in to today – what a fantastic way to celebrate books and reading!!

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KS2 School Council visit St Paul’s Cathedral

On Friday 20th January the KS2 School Council attended a service with representatives from all schools from the Diocese of London to celebrate the work of the Bishop of London and the board of schools. Special mention was made to Liz Wolverson for her immense contribution to the education of the children who attend schools within the Diocese. It was a beautiful service and then children represented the school very well.

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