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  • Latest Newsletter - Friday 24th March 2023

    Published 24/03/23

    We're so pleased that all children tried very hard with their assessments and showed us the best they can do this week! Class teachers will use this information to plan accordingly for the Summer term and more information on your child(ren)’s performance will come in our Parents’ Evenings at the beginning of Summer term 1 as per the ‘dates’ letter. Booking for Parents' Evenings will open on SchoolsBuddy from Monday 27th March - don't worry, you have plenty of time to book an appointment to see your child/ren's teacher.

    School has been very busy as always this week; Y1&2 have been working really hard in their rehearsals of 'Jack & the Beanstalk' which they perform next week.

    Our Collective Worship theme this week has continued to focus on the Easter story, leading to Jesus’s crucifixion. This week we learnt about Jesus in the Temple and we’ll continue with this theme of Holy Week next week for our final week of term. Next week all children will focus on their RE learning too.

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  • Newsletter - Friday 17th March 2023

    Published 16/03/23

    Another busy, buzzing week in school; children have been impressing us with their Design & Technology and STEM knowledge and understanding this week and have been really immersed into their learning  Y 3 & 6 all attended the British Museum this week to see exhibitions and hear talks on their topics of the Romans and the Kingdom of Benin respectively and were all super ambassadors for the school; Parents were welcomed into school on Wednesday for another great Maths morning; Y5 India continued with their swimming lessons; and recorder and violin lessons continue to go really well too.

    Red Nose Day means the children came into school in non-uniform on Friday, and we thank you for your kind contributions towards the many worthy causes supported by this charity. We will let you know in due course how much money was raised by your generosity.

    Our Collective Worship theme this week has focused on the Easter story, leading to Jesus’s crucifixion as we approach Easter. This week we learnt about Jesus entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. Next week we’ll focus on what other events happened during Holy Week.

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  • NHS Vaccination Information

    Published 07/10/22

    We attach below some useful information from Southwark and the NHS.

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  • Secondary School Information

    Published 26/09/22

    At this time of year, we often receive details of open mornings or taster sessions for various secondary schools in the area. This may help families of Year 6 children who are considering options now.

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  • Change is a good thing!

    Published 14/07/22

    The Children's Commissioner has signposted a wealth of resources for families to access who have children either starting primary or secondary school, everything from what to expect to what to have for lunch! Do take a look, the links are from the BBC Bitesize website and are also listed below. The CC website also has lots of  information regarding the wellbeing of children and is worth a look.

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  • 5 - 11 year old vaccination programme

    Published 07/06/22

    We have been asked to circulate the attached flyer to families regarding the vaccination of children between the ages of 5 - 11 years.

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  • School Street Programme at Alexis Street

    Published 28/04/22

    Below is a transcript of notices that have been put up around the Alexis Street site regarding permissions for the current pedestrian and cycle zones which are maintained between 8.45 am and 9.15 am and between 3.15 pm and 3.45 pm (Monday to Friday, during school term time).  Anyone wishing to read more or make contact regarding this Traffic Order, please see the following link and email address:

    Link to decision:

    For more information contact:- Tobias Allen Transport Projects Highways

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  • A virtual visit to St James!

    Published 09/12/21
    We're proud of our school and of our children!
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  • For Parents/Carers of children 5-19 years old at school in Southwark or Lambeth

    Published 08/07/21

    We would like to take this opportunity to introduce the Evelina London School Nursing Service. If you are a parent/carer of a child(ren) at school and are worried about your child’s health and wellbeing, school nurses are here to help. We work in teams across Southwark and Lambeth and you can contact us for confidential advice and support on a wide range of issues. Please see our flyer attached below for further details of the services we can offer.

    Please let us know if your child has medical or physical and/or emotional health needs for which they need support. You can text a school nurse on 07520 631130.

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