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Democracy Assembly

KS2 were asked to vote on how to improve the school based on the following options:

1.Improve recycling
2.Create a buddy system for play and lunchtimes
3.Year 6 children could run a club
4.Improve links with the local community

School council members were invited to collect the votes and count them.

The majority was very clear as the children chose option 2 – they would like a designated area
of the playground to have a ‘Buddy Bench’ or ‘Buddy Bus Stop’

The results of the vote were shared in assembly today and Mrs Ronan, Mrs Moss and Mrs Armstrong will liaise on how best to create a ‘Buddy Area’.


Christmas Evening

Christmas Fair 2018
Friday 7th December – 3.15pm – 6pm
Own Clothes Day – This Friday 23rd
Bring in an ALCOHOLIC bottle of drink this
Friday for the bottle tombola at the Christmas Fair
and get to wear your own clothes
If you could continue to bring in your donations of
Teddies, Toys, Jolly Jars and any secret cash
envelopes that would be greatly appreciated.
If you are available to help set up, help on a stall or
help to clear up at the end please let the office
know or contact me directly on or 07946722449
Thank you so much, The Friends’

Free Half Term Cycling Lessons – BOOK NOW

This October half term, children aged 7–13 who live, or go to school, in the Lewisham borough can get free cycle lessons.


There are three different types of lessons:

  • Bikeability level 1, Monday 22 October, 9.45am–12 noon: These are off-road cycle sessions for children aged 7+ who can already ride a bike. Children must have their own cycle helmet and a suitable bike in good working condition.
  • Family on-road cycle training, Monday 22 October, 12.45–3pm:These are on-road cycle sessions for families who would like to improve their bike skills. An adult family member must attend the session. Children must be aged 7+ and have their own cycle helmet and a suitable bike in good working condition
  • Bikeability level 2, Tuesday 23 October, 9.45am–2.30pm: These are on-road cycle sessions for children aged 9+ who have completed the off-road course that took place on Monday 22 October. (There are no exceptions or allowances for children who may have completed level 1 at an earlier date). Children must have their own cycle helmet and a suitable bike in good working condition.

All of the courses have limited places and we expect them to fill up quickly. Book now to secure your place.