Here is this week’s newsletter, with next year’s term dates attached:
School starts again on Wednesday 6th September at 9.00. We look forward to welcoming all our exisiting and new pupils to school. We have been busy improving our school building and hope you will particularly enjoy our newly renovated Music Room. We will be having an instrument sale next week, for families to take home some of our old instruments for a donation to the school.
We are welcoming some new staff this term:
Krupa Joshi (Year 4 teacher), Annie McKenzie (Year 1 teacher), Natali Drosou (Teaching Assistant), Ayozie Pollendine (Singing) and Jade Clarke-Harding who will be our school Attendance Officer. Please make them feel very welcome in our school!
We also welcome Tim Mvula as our newest school Governor.
We wish you all a very happy summer holiday. Stay safe and have lots of fun!
We start back at school on Wednesday 6th September, at 9.00.
Sports Day Results:
Blue – 750 points
Red – 734 points
Green – 664 points
Yellow – 640 points
Congratulations to Blue Team for winning this year, and to everyone for excellent sportsmanship. We are very proud of you!
Many thanks to all the parents who have come to collect their children early today. Unfortunately, we had no running water, and having liaised with Westminster Local Authority, we decided it would be safer for children to go home if possible. We are grateful to St Mary’s Church for giving us use of their toilets.
The problem has now been fixed by Thames Water and we hope to have water back on in the next hour. School will continue as usual tomorrow.
Thank you for you patience.
Here is this week’s newsletter, containing details of classteachers for 2017-18: June 16th 2017
Please note that next Friday, we will all be wearing green to support the Grenfall Tower appeal. Please bring in a £1 donation for victims of this tragedy.
Today’s newsletter includes the foodbank rota, a thank you from Uganda, and a reminder about getting to school on time!
Here is today’s newsletter: January 13th 2017
Please can we remind parents of the procedures for reporting a concern: SMBS Concerns Procedure 2016-17
It is crucial for the harmonious running of our school that all parents and carers follow these at all times. They are built on our school values, and British Values, of respect and love for one another.