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Friday 16th June - Grenfell Tower Fundraiser.

 

Tomorrow, we will be having a non-uniform day and collection for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.  All money raised will be donated to the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund: Grenfell Tower Fire via the  Just Giving website.

Thanks in advance for your support.

Summer 2017 - Events for Parents.

 

 

Date

Time

Where?

Who for?

Title

Summary of event

Tuesday 23rd May

9:15am

Classrooms

All classes

Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset is one of the four pillars of learning here at St Luke’s.  Come along to your child’s class to find out what it’s all about.

Tuesday 6th June

9:15am

Family Kitchen

Parents of Children with Asthma

Asthma awareness coffee morning

Come and hear from our asthma nurse who will give a presentation and answer any questions you may have.

Wed 7th

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Thursday 8th June

9:15am

Hall

All parents

The Great St Luke’s Bake Off!

Wed – submit entries of cakes and biscuits to be judged on taste and decoration.

Thur – come to our clergy assembly and then stay for a coffee morning to buys some of the fabulous Bake Off goods!  All proceeds go to our charity, GOSH.

Friday 9th June

9:05am

Family Kitchen

Parents of Children with Special Educational Needs

SEN Parents’ Coffee Morning

A chance to find out information about services, groups and social activities for children with SEN in Islington

Friday 16th June

9:15am

Hall

Y3 and 4 parents

Music performance

Year 3 and 4 have been composing their own song with our music teacher, Mr Jones.  Come along to hear them perform it for the first time

Tuesday 20th June

9:15 am

Hall

Y3 and 5 parents

Poetry performance

Hear Y 3 and 5 perform a piece of performance poetry following work with a published poet.

Tuesday 27th June

9:15 am

Hall

All parents

E-safety Coffee Morning

Come along to find out how you can keep your child safe online, and what the children learn about keeping themselves safe.

Fair Funding for All Schools - Islington Headteachers' Public Statement

Islington Celebration of Computing Event at the Emirates

 

On January the 13th, 10 Y5 pupils from St Luke's were selected to showcase their coding skills at the Islington Celebration of Computing. They also had the opportunity to sample new technology and speak to other schools about their projects and ideas.  

 

 

 

 

 

'Our Lives' Project.

 

A few weeks ago, some Year 6 children were filmed as part of the 'Our Lives' project for the Children's Commissioner.  This morning (Friday 11th November) those same children attended the launch of the project.  We watched their film at the National Film Theatre on the Southbank, and then the children were interviewed by Mariella Frostrup - we hope to have some pictures to show you soon.

 

The Children’s Commissioner’s ambition is to create an online library of childhood – made by children – that will grow and evolve over time to both inspire and challenge generations. Our Lives is a unique platform for children to share how they view the world and a catalyst to reboot adult’s vision of childhood.  Have a look at the 'Our Lives' website and get involved yourself!!

 

https://www.childrenscommissioner.gov.uk/our-lives

 

http://live.firstnews.co.uk/our-lives./

Our Lives - Growing Up Today

Uploaded by First News on 2016-11-04.

Harvest Collection

Dear parent/carer,
We shall be holding a Harvest assembly next week which will include a food collection.  This year’s assembly  will be on Thursday 29th September and the charity we are collecting for St Clement’s church who will be donating to the Dunloe Centre.  They have provided a ‘shopping list’ of things they need.  It would be great if your child could bring in something from this list to put on the Harvest Table as part of the assembly.  You are also welcome to come to this short assembly at 9:15.
Father David Allen will talk to the children about the traditions associated with Harvest and about the Dunloe Centre.
I have included the information from Father David Allen below.


Thanking you in advance,
 

Fiona MacCorquodale
(Head of School)





Dunloe Centre
I’m delighted that the school will be supplementing (and greatly adding to!) St Clement’s own Harvest Offering this year.
 
All donations will be taken to the Dunloe Centre based at St Saviour’s Priory, just off Hackney Road. The priory has been helping local people for over a century and currently runs a programme which works with the most vulnerable of our neighbours, including the homeless and poor families, providing hot meals to rough sleepers and “food bank” packages to the homeless and vulnerable poor. They have particularly asked for the following items:
Corned beef and other canned meat
Tuna and other canned fish
Tinned fruits and Tinned milk puddings
Tinned tomatoes and Tinned potatoes
Cup-a-soup and Pot noodles
Long grain rice
Also:
Shower gel, Deodorant, Toothpaste, Pocket tissues

Harvest Assembly Information

Tim Peake tells all!

 

Just days after touching down from his six-month mission on the International Space Station, British astronaut Tim Peake gave one of his first interviews to St Luke’s pupils Nicole and Sonny.

Tim is still recovering from his mission at the European Space Agency research centre in Cologne, Germany, so Nicole and Sonny phoned in from the First News office in London on 30th June 2016.  They asked searching questions about what it was like in space and how he feels about being back on Earth.  The full interview will be appearing soon in First News, in print and online, so make sure to read the full story!

 

 

 

To celebrate…

The Queen’s 90th Birthday,

we are holding a Garden Party in the school playground on Friday June 10th  from 2pm.

Please bring some party food (lists will go up after half term) – all parents and families welcome!

There will be a disco and some games!      

Queen's Party Flier

St Luke's participates in the Islington Celebration of Computing and Technology

 

On 13th January, 2016 a group of year 5 pupils from St Luke's were selected to showcase their high level computing work at  'The Islington Celebration of Computing and Technology' at the Emirates Stadium.  We had programming in Scratch and Minecraft projects to show.  The children also had the opportunity to programme computer chips using 'Microbits' as well as programming using Hackstage gaming formats.  We were also lucky enough to meet and speak to the Deputy Mayor about all of our experience with coding!

 

 

 

 

St Luke's Primary School is top of the league table for Islington!

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Christmas Boxes for Africa!

 

We collected 32 boxes of Christmas presents for children in Africa - double our original target!  Thank you to all who gave a donation. 

Here they are, off to be delivered to the collection point.

Here are our boxes, on the way to the collection point!  Nov 2015

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