Friday 17th May 2019

Dear Parents,

It has been a quiet, hard working week as Year 6 have completed their SATs. We are so proud of their focus and determination and hope they have a good rest over the weekend. Next week Year 6 will be working with Wac Arts on a film as well as auditions for the Year 6 play.

Mary Thorne (our LDBS adviser) led assembly this morning to introduce the school to our new charity as mentioned in previous weeks. Children will learn more about the charity in class.

Ms Hawley attended the premiere of a set of short films produced by Holy Trinity children at The Winch. The films went live on the Maths On Toast website on Thursday morning. Do try to watch them as they show creative ways of engaging with Maths activities at home.

Year 2 went to the Jewish Museum where they learnt about Jewish festivals.


We hope you join us on Wednesday for the Whole School Day Out.

Have a restful weekend.

Mrs Hall

Friday 10th May 2019

Dear Parents,

Children have been inspired by science this week with a trip to UCS.

Year 4 spent the day in the secondary school chemistry lab creating potions and experimenting. We hope it inspired some of our children to become scientists of the future.


Year 1 visited the Jewish Museum to learn more about Judaism and handled some religious artifacts.


Please see the letter going home tonight about our Whole School Day Out the Wednesday after next. We really hope you will join us and the weather will be good!

Good luck to all of our Year 6 children next week in their SATS; they have been working so hard.

Have a good weekend.

Laura Hall


Friday 3rd May 2019

Dear Parents,

We started our new Christian Value this week: Forgiveness.

The children will be learning about what this means to them and how they show forgiveness.

I have sent home a dates list today which is also on the website:

Children have been working hard across the school in class and around the school including in our new Tech Lab.

Year 2 and 6 have their SAT tests in Reading, Writing and Maths this month. Thank you for all your support at home.

There is a cake sale each Friday in the Summer term. Money raised is going towards our new charity: The Good Will Children’s Home in India. Its a great cause so please get baking!

Have a lovely Bank Holiday Weekend.

Laura Hall

Friday 26th April 2019

Dear Parents,

Welcome back to Summer term.  We hope you had a restful break and are ready for the term ahead. You will receive a Newsletter from your class teacher today with information about this term.

Launch of new vision

On Tuesday we launched our new vision

To help us launch it we invited a real eagle and Bishop Rob  into school.  The Camden New Journal have written about this event and we are in the newspaper this week.

Building Aspirations:

As part of building aspirations we have partnered with Finastra (A local technology company). They have donated laptops to us, offered us free coding lesson and continue to support us.  This has all resulted in our new Tech Lab. Please do come and see it.

Filming took place today of one of our star Coders. During a Coding session at Finastra Gabby impressed the team so much that they wanted to feature him and the school in their publicity.

We are frequently Tweeting and you can follow us on Twitter. 

Year 5 Tudor Day

History was brought to life today with History Off The Page workshops today. The children took part in a range of activities including embroidery, candle making and portrait drawing.




Have a good weekend.

Laura Hall – Head Teacher






Friday 5th April 2019

Dear Parents,

It has been a great term and thank you for all your support.

On the first day back after Easter (Tuesday 23rd April) we are launching our new school vision:

The day will be filled with exciting events such as a visit from Bishop Rob; the Bishop of Edmonton. All children will also take part in a  workshop with a real eagle.

We are also inviting you into school at 3pm on that day to find out what we have been up to.

The Easter Egg assembly has once again been a huge success – thanks for all your donations and a big thank you to Kate, Isa , Albina , Pauilne and Rongmei for selling the tickets and help organise the raffle.

Have a lovely holiday.

First day of term: Tuesday 23rd April 

Laura Hall




Friday 29th March 2019

Dear Parents,

Thank you for your kind words about our Mother’s Day Assembly. We started it last year and want it to become an annual tradition for our Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 children.

Another annual tradition is our fabulous Easter Egg assembly which we hold on the last day of term. We really value your support for this. Keep your Easter Egg donations coming into the office and remember to buy your raffle tickets next week before and after school so your child has a good chance of winning!

Year 6’s Macbeth assembly on Monday was a high standard. Well done to all the children and staff connected to this.


Please ensure you have all signed up for parents’ evening next week.

You may notice we are trying to organise clubs now for next term. There will now be a choir club and an extra Friday sports club.

Have a good weekend.

Laura Hall



Friday 22nd March 2019

Dear Parents,

We have had such an amazing week with our Erasmus Visitors. Teachers and pupils from Croatia, Latvia, Turkey and Poland joined us this week on enterprise activities. Many of our Key Stage 2 pupils joined in with trips and all children joined in with an Enabling Enterprise Day on Monday where they collaborated to design a computer game.

All of this can be followed on our Twitter account and here:

Year 4 performed a Poetry assembly on Wednesday . The quality was amazing with children

performing their own poems as well as classic and modern poetry.

Have a great weekend.

Friday News – 15th March 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

We won the Camden Schools Gymnastics competition on Tuesday. Thank you so much to Mr Pastore and all the Gymnastics team. (FYI- did you know that Mr Pastore used to represent Great Britain as a junior gymnast!! You can even see him on Tumble, a BBC gymnastics show!!)

Please see our brilliant World Book Day photographs at World Book Day March 2019

Next week we are welcoming 30 guests from other schools from Poland, Croatia, Latvia and Turkey. This is part of our 2 year Erasmus Project which will involve pupils from KS2 travelling to some of those countries.

All children will be enjoying an Enterprise Day on Monday where they will be learning about skills for the future. You can see for yourself…

Some children will be joining the group to go to learn documentary skills at the BFI (British Film Institute).

Other children will help compose the project’s theme tune and they have already created the project logo.

Have a great weekend.

Laura Hall



Friday News 8th March 2019

Dear Parents,

As you can see from the Twitter feed, classes have been having a wonderful time this week on various trips.

Reception Class have welcomed two Guinea Pigs and we are now holding a whole school competition to name them!

This week has been Writing week and children have produced excellent examples of writing all through the week.

Well done to Year 6 yesterday who reached the quarter finals in the Camden Football tournament.

Please support our after school book fair next week.

We are all looking forward to our own World Book Day on Wednesday when children will be working with Jane Ray, author and illustrator of many famous children’s books.

Good luck with organising your animal costumes this weekend, ready for Wednesday!

If you would like to come in that day and read to your children’s class then please sign up in the office.

Have a great weekend.

Laura Hall

Friday News 15th February

Dear Parents and Carers,

Welcome to my new weekly blog!

Happy Half Term. It has been a full 6 weeks with lots going on in and out of school.

I hope everyone who attended our Open Classrooms enjoyed their time in class

We have been focusing on Creativity and Ms McCleave has produced some on-line art galleries of your children’s work.

Ms Roscoe has had a baby boy and both are doing very well. We have sent flowers and congratulations.

Several  classes have been out on trips this week:

Year 6 visited the Shakespeare’s Globe: 

They had a tour and a workshop with a Shakespearean actor all about Macbeth.


Year 5 visited the Sikh Place of Worship, Khalsa Jatha in Shepherds Bush. 

They learnt about the 5Ks and listened to a sacred text before sharing traditional Dhal. 


Thank you for coming to class assemblies this half term. Take a look in the linked gallery.

Term dates 2019 – 2020 have been set and can be found here.

Here are some dates for second half of Spring term