In union there is strength.


The classes have been busy making the most of the local area and London landmarks to enhance their learning experiences. The trips have included visits to Hampstead Heath, the City Learning Centre, Westminster Abbey and St Paul’s Cathedral.

We were delighted to welcome back the wonderful choreographer Nancy this week, who started working on the dances for our Shakespeare Festival with Y3, Y4 & Y5.

Thank you to PiP for organising a lovely Spring Fair; we raised £600 which will go towards our arts projects.

​Sporting News

A huge congratulations to our Year 5 and 6 team on being crowned this year’s Camden mini tennis champions!

We are extremely proud of each and every one of the children for their outstanding performances throughout the competition. They also showed tremendous sportsmanship towards their opponents and to all of the the umpires after each game.

A special mention goes to Alice and Lexi for displaying good courage, care and cooperation.

Friday class assemblies this term will be a collective worship session lead by each class on the following dates. Thank you to Y6 who helped us to understand how Jesus had the authority to forgive and to heal physically, spiritually and emotionally.

  • Friday 26th May – Y4
  • Friday 9th June – Y3
  • Friday 16th June – Y2
  • Friday 30th June – Y1

Christian Value of Compassion

Sympathy alone is of little use to someone who is suffering; it doesn’t change anything.

To extend love to others requires that we first understand something about their needs. That means trying to put ourselves in their shoes. In the case of people we already have a relationship with, it may mean we observe and ask questions to better understand their situation. In a more general sense, we may need to educate ourselves about a group whose needs or circumstances may be different from our own.

This is empathy—to do what’s in our power to better understand another person’s situation, and to consider what it must be like to walk a mile in his or her shoes. Once we understand something about another person’s pain, we do what we can to ease it or to somehow lighten the burden. This is where empathy is transformed into compassion.

Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.

Romans 12:15

Wellbeing Tip – Building Resilience

  • Perspective taking: Seeing things from other people’s point of view can help us to understand situations in different ways, which can help us to problem-solve and can help us to be more empathetic to others.
  • Positive mindset: thinking positively and challenging negative thoughts that pop into our head can help us to see the good in the world, which can make us feel happier.
  • Practice Gratitude: remembering the things we are grateful for and the good things in our life, help us to gain a positive attitude.
  • Look for the bright side: looking for the positive in any situation, however bad, can help us to feel better about it and can help us to be brave to face whatever comes our way.

Attendance and Punctuality

Early Birds

Infants: Reception Juniors: Year 5

Attendance Bears

Infants: Year 2 with 95% Juniors: Year 5 with 96%

Community Activities/Events


Free Counselling Service for Parents

We highly recommend the free counselling service for parents through Camden. You can find out more and register your interest via this leaflet.

CAMHS Open Minded Webinars

The school also recommends the “Open Minded” webinars. Find our more by clicking here.

Camden Music Service

From Y1 onwards, you can sign your child up to learn an instrument in school. For more information and to download the Camden Music Service application form, please click here.

Term dates for 2022 – 2023

First day of autumn term Monday 5th September
Half termMonday 24th – Friday 28th October
Last day of autumn term Friday 16th December
First day of spring termWednesday 4th January 2023
Half termMonday 13th – Friday 17th February
Last day of spring termFriday 31st March
First day of summer termMonday 17th April
Half termMonday 29th May – Friday 2nd June
Last day of summer termFriday 21st July