Our school team were delighted to receive funds from our PTFA at Friday’s Macmillan Coffee morning A donation of £2,000 for reading books and £550 for French resources. We thank the PTFA for all their efforts and hard work in raising funds.Read More
Monthly Archives: September 2019
Our open days give parents and carers a great opportunity to look around our school, to hear from our staff and to ask any questions you may have.
Our first open day of the year is on Tuesday 1st October 2019 from 9.30am – 10.30am.
This is mainly for parents and carers of children who were born between 1st September 2015 and 31st August 2016 and will join Reception classes in September 2020.
If you are looking for a vacancy in Year 1, Year 2 or Year 3 do also book online and come along.
We want parents and carers to be fully involved and supportive of their child’s learning and would like to invite you to meet your child’s teachers, visit their classrooms and find out more about our approaches to learning and teaching at our curriculum evening for parents on Tuesday 24th September.
Year 1 parents and carers at 6:00pm
Year 2 parents and carers at 6:45pm
Year 3 parents and carers at 7:30pm
Please arrive at the main school entrance in plenty of time for prompt starts.Read More
St Jérome School officially recognised as an excellent school for the teaching and promotion of the French Language.6 Sep 2019
We are delighted to announce that we are the second school in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Label France Education for outstanding provision in the teaching of the French Language by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs. This is an exceptionally important accolade and milestone in the development of our school. The award enables us to join a network of the best schools around the world teaching and promoting the French Language. Inspectors and government officials who visited the school in the summer term commented on the exceptional ease and fluency with which our children could speak, read and write in the French language. They noted the strong progress that was evident from Early Years to the end of Key Stage 1 and the way in which the children’s knowledge and understanding of French was also supporting their learning in English.
We are immensely proud of our children and the staff team who have worked tirelessly to ensure that all children are passionate and confident linguists.