St Jerome Church of England Bilingual School News

Road Closure

15 Sep 2017

Station Road is currently closed to traffic due to an accident earlier this morning. You can still walk to the school. Police have informed us that the road will be open again by pick-up time, but they cannot guarantee this at this time. The accident did not involve any of our children.


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Our first-ever Summer Fair

17 Jul 2017

Many thanks for our wonderful PTFA and all those who worked so hard to make our Summer Fair an event not to forget. We were joined by current and future school parents and a number of people from our local community. Many thanks to all the companies that donated raffle prizes. Our photo shows us just finishing setting up.

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Harrow Citizens

10 May 2017

On Tuesday 9th May we were delighted to welcome many local residents to our school for the pre-founding event of Harrow Citizens.
Our Executive Headteacher Revd Daniel Norris spoke at the event to welcome everyone.

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Offers for 2017 are Out

19 Apr 2017

Communications concerning our offers of a place at our school for 60 children to join us in September 2017 have now been sent out by the local authority. We urge parents to respond to these offers by 2 May 2017. If you have not been successful and you do wish to be added to our waiting list do please contact the school office. Between National Offer Day and September there is generally some movement of the list of children that have been offered to.

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Easter 2017

30 Mar 2017

We wanted to show you some of the artwork that Blue Class and Red Class have created on the theme of Easter

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We are officially open

1 Feb 2017

Revd Daniel Norris, Executive Head of St Jerome Church of England Bilingual School, said: “We were thrilled to welcome the Bishop of London to the official opening of St. Jerome’s School and agree wholeheartedly with his conviction that it is now more important than ever to bring people of different cultures together. We will be building on the successes achieved at Holy Trinity CE Primary School in Northwood to bring an outstanding Church of England primary school to the heart of the community of Harrow. We want our children to be confident in their own identity and feel connected to the local, national and international community to which they belong.”

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