Have you got a couple of hours spare to make a difference in our community?

29 Mar 2024

We are looking for a enthusiastic and reliable volunteer, 2 or 3 hours a week, to help us to re-brand and streamline our Pre-loved Uniform Shop. We have found a new online platform we would like to use which will help us to do this.  This platform will make it easier for parents to see availability of items and payments can be made easily online.

Our Pre-loved Uniform Shop is a life line for many of our families and raises funds for our school.  

If you would like to volunteer for this project please contact a member of the office team at [email protected].  Please note this is an ongoing commitment and it would be wonderful to develop a small team to ease the workload.

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Staff share the traditional Galette des Rois

7 Jan 2024

Each year at the beginning of the Epiphany Term Mme Chadier bakes and shares a galette with the staff team at our Staff Training event.

The galette des rois is a cake traditionally shared at Epiphany. It celebrates the arrival of the Three Wise Men in Bethlehem. Composed of a puff pastry cake, with a small charm, the fève, hidden inside, it is usually filled with frangipane. The galette charm for us was chocolate! The cake is then cut into as many slices as there are guests at the table.

The youngest and most nimble guest is under the table making the critical decision as to who receives which slice of galette as not every slice will contain a charm. The aim is to be served a slice containing the charm which means the recipient will be King / Queen for the day and wear a crown.

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Performance of schools in Harrow

1 Jan 2024

Overall performance at end of Key Stage 2 in 2023 – all pupils.
Information on the 62 primary schools in Harrow is published on the government website.

Schools are ranked by the % of pupils meeting expected standard.
We are delighted to be in first place.
Discover more here.

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News from Year 6

20 Dec 2023

Year 6 are studying Britain at War and recently visited the Imperial War Museum.

“On the day of our trip, we travelled to the museum by tube on the Bakerloo line from Harrow & Wealdstone to Lambeth North. It was an extremely lengthy journey. After we got off the tube, we strolled to our destination. The second we entered the museum, we got to explore all over the place. There were hundreds of artefacts. We saw tanks, fighter jets, paintings, letters from the war and so many more.
We had a sheet to fill in while analysing the artefacts; the sheet was like a scavenger hunt. After a little bit of exploring, we got to have our lunch (it was yummy). After lunch, we got to explore more.
The time we had after lunch gave us more opportunity to note down our opinions. A lot of people in our year would’ve liked to have more time looking around.
Overall, it was a fascinating experience and an amazing chance to learn more about our topic (Britain At War). I would love to go there again.

Swosti – Year 6 pupil

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Your School Lottery

20 Dec 2023

Since Spring 2021 we have raised £500 through our School Lottery.

There are weekly cash prizes, other great prizes every term and the chance to win a £25,000 jackpot.

Tickets cost £1 per week and draws take place every Saturday throughout the calendar year. The more players that sign up, the more funds we can raise for our school.

To find out more, spread the word amongst family, friends, colleagues and to sign up, visit the your school lottery website here

If you have already signed up for School Lottery please remember to check the results via the link above.

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Royal Academy of Arts – Young Artists Summer Show

20 Dec 2023

Enjoy creating some lovely works of Art – I can’t wait to see them.

Have a look at what it entails through the links below and get creative with your drawing, painting, collaging or sculptures.

During this holiday why don’t you get creative with a view of entering this year’s Young Artist’s Summer show at the Royal Academy of Arts.

Discover more here.

Madame Perrot

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KS2 Carols by Candlelight Tuesday 19th December, 2.15pm

16 Dec 2023

After lunch on 19th December the children will be escorted to the church. Volunteers who have already volunteered and been notified by the school to help with the walk to and from the church need to arrive at the undercroft to the school by 1.30pm.

There will be a short safety briefing. You must attend the briefing to be able to volunteer.

Upon arrival at the church, staff will be waiting to greet and direct attendees to non-reserved seating areas.
This year the school will be filming/photographing the service and then making it available for parents/carers at the beginning of next term.

We respectfully ask parents/carers not to make recordings/take photographs of the service on any device; mobile phones will need to remain in bags. Please note, under no circumstances should any electronic devices be used during the service as handheld devices block the view of family members seated behind and parents/carers are to remain seated throughout the service.

At the end of the performance the children will be escorted back to school from where they will be dismissed or taken to after school club (if applicable).

We regret it will not be possible to dismiss the children from the church. We would anticipate that families with children in both key stages will return to school in time to collect their younger children at 3.30pm.

Please note, at the end of the Christmas Carols Service there will be a retiring collection in support of our local night-shelter, the Harrow based charity, Firm Foundation.

Please note, parents will be able to order and download the recording for a suggested minimum donation of £3 (payable via their Parent Pay account).

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Be Internet Legends Day

7 Dec 2023

On Tuesday, Years 1 to 6 participated in a national internet safety assembly run by Google and Parent Zone as part of Be Internet Legends Day. They learnt about the importance of kindness and respect online… and had a great time doing it!

As part of the interactive assembly, students discussed how to respond to a variety of different scenarios on the internet.

We would love parents to join in the fun and discuss how to stay safe online with their children by playing the Interland game about internet safety or creating online kindness cards (these will be displayed around the school). These activities will also be posted on your child’s Google Classroom.

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SEND Coffee Afternoon

5 Dec 2023

Friday 8th December 2023
2pm – 3:15pm

Join us for our first SEND coffee afternoon of the academic year. This is an opportunity for parents of children with SEND to meet together and build a community of support.

During this event we will share information with you about Education, Health and Care plans. What are they? How are they different from regular SEN support plans? Why might a child need an EHC plan? and What does the process involve?

If you have a child with SEN (Special Educational Needs) and you think they may need an EHC plan but are not sure if they would qualify for one, or you want to know how to go about requesting an assessment, then this session will hopefully answer all your questions.

Those wishing to attend should arrive at the school gates under the undercroft in Elmgrove Road between 1:45pm and 2pm. If you have mobility difficulties or a pram/pushchair please use the main entrance and a member of staff will escort you in the lift.

There is no need to confirm attendance, simply arrive via the undercroft from 1.45pm.

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Pre-Loved Uniform Shop

16 Nov 2023

Thank you to those who have donated uniform to the Pre-Loved Uniform Shop, we greatly appreciate your support and value your donations.

Thanks to our parent volunteers we are now updating our inventory and ready to sell items that are available from our stock.  Please note this shop relies entirely on donations so we may not have your child’s size available for the item you  need.

To access the Pre-Loved Uniform Shop, please click here.

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