Red Nose Day

Today St Luke’s celebrated Red Nose Day. Children came to School in their own clothes with crazy hair to raise money for Comic Relief. They all looked fantastic. The children also completed Red Nose Day activities and had some well-being time in class, focussing on laughter. Thank you to everyone Read more…

Black History Month in Year 5

October is Black History Month in the Uk. Today we learnt about why Black History is celebrated, and about significant people within black history, including Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela, Mary Seacole, Barack Obama and George Washington Cava. We then created our own fact files.

Anti-bullying week

This week St Lukes is celebrating anti-bullying week. As part of this, the children were asked to wear odd socks today to help us recognise and celebrate that we are all different and unique. Throughout the week children will be taking part in assemblies and lessons to help them understand Read more…

I have a dream!

This week the children have combined together, their knowledge of Martin Luther King from our topic heroes and villains, our knowledge of the environment from ECO week, ideas discussed in PSHE on Stephen Lawrence day and our English skills, to write our own “I have a dream” poems. The children Read more…

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