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January

Week 3

Year 3/4 Kurling 15.1.20
Children were selected to represent Livingstone at a New Age Kurling event!

On behalf of all the staff, thank you for all your good wishes and generous gifts.

The children modelled superb sporting values and excellent skills where they progressed into the semi-finals placing 4th.  Well done to Jamie, Emmanuel, Zack (Y4), Aiden and Nathan (Y3) Thank you to Miss Nicholson and Alfie.

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Week 2

If you want to help, help Children in Need!

Please Come and join us in sampling a school dinner at Lunchtime on Thursday 16th January 2020. Let the office know by Wednesday 15th January if you are interested for £2.35!!

On Friday 15 November, Livingstone School participated in Children in Need Day. On the day, children from every class gave money and stored it in bottles to be counted later on. On behalf of the school, I am delighted to say that lots of children gave money for the cause and that many children wore Pugsy accessories for the occasion. I am proud to say that Livingstone School raised £284.18. By Isabella 6B

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December

Week 3

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

On behalf of all the staff, thank you for all your good wishes and generous gifts.

We look forward to seeing everyone back on

Monday 6th January when school re-opens at 8.50am.

(Breakfast and CABIN Club open as normal.)

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Week 2

The Christmas Fair was an outstanding success!

Amazing performances by the pupils in Nursery, Reception and Kingfisher Early Years and thank you to every member of staff who worked so hard to prepare them so well!!

The Christmas Fair was an outstanding success and we made over £4,000. Thank you to all the pupils, parents, staff and friends of the school who helped and attended.

A big thank you goes to the PTA, especially Lina and Theresa our co-chairs, and the team of helpers who work tremendously hard all year round and who organised such a wonderful event. It is due to their work and the generosity of supporters of Livingstone School that we got to enjoy such a wonderful event.

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Week 1

Christmas Fair

Saturday 7th December 1- 4pm

Lots and Family Fun!

Amazing Auction Lots!

Anthony Joshua’s signed glove and framed picture worth over £1,000

Top of the range-JVC 39’ Colour TV

Gourmet Cooker

Luxury Drinks Hamper

 Chocolate Tombola, Raffles, Games, Crafts, Toys, Auction and much more…! 

Win a Luxury Christmas Hamper, Family Outing Package, Panto tickets, vouchers to top Barnet cafés and restaurants, football coaching and tutoring sessions and many more prizes….

School Dinners

Please let us know if you would like your child to have Halal Chicken on roast day. If we have enough replies to make it cost effective, we will aim to serve Halal chicken for the Muslim pupils, when we have roast dinner.

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November

Week 5

Christmas Fair

Saturday 7th December 1- 4pm

Lots and Family Fun!

Advay amazed us with his fantastic Badminton playing skills last week!

Chocolate Tombola, Raffles, Games, Crafts, Toys, Auction and much more…!

Win a Luxury Christmas Hamper, Family Outing Package, Panto tickets, vouchers to top Barnet cafés and restaurants, football coaching and tutoring sessions . . .

and many more exciting prizes!

Advent Calendar Raffle - Starts on Monday 2nd Dec

£1.00 a ticket

Every ticket wins a prize!

Money collected will be shared between the school, a local and world charity to be decided by the school council

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Week 4

Thank you to everyone who donated money for Children in Need. We collected over £200!

Volunteers needed for the Chrismas Fair

 onSat 7th December!

Netball: On Tuesday 19th November our year 5 and 6 netball team played a home match against Churchill School. It was a fantastic game and despite the cold, the team performed amazingly, showing great spirit and determination throughout. This paid off as Livingstone won the match 8-1. 

Parent Rep Meeting -Summary

We have had lots of positive feedback this term.

Year three parents would like to thank the teachers for an informative impact meeting. Response: More to follow.

A big thank you to Miss Grant, parents are very happy with their children’s progress.

The PTA Monster’s Ball was a big success. Parents commented how nice it was to see the teachers dressing up and taking part with the children.

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Week 3

For the first time it was Livingstone pupils Kaitlin and Alfie who led the Remembrance Day Parade to the East Barnet Village War Memorial and they were joined by Kiera and Jim who laid a wreath on behalf of everyone at Livingstone School! 

Advay amazed us with his fantastic Badminton playing skills last week! ​

Thank you to Kaitlin’s family who helped organize the event and involved our school. It was wonderful to see so many families and friends connected to Livingstone at this very important annual event. Though this was the first time we officially participated, we will continue to do so for years to come.

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Week 2

Kindness Week!

Parking and traffic down Baring Road is becoming a major source of concern.

This year we are theming Anti-Bullying week on Kindness. We will start the week by commemorating Remembrance Day and this will be followed by assemblies and activities emphasising the importance of being kind to others.

We are alerting parents/carers to the dangers posed by the numbers of cars, going at speed and mounting the pavement. Please be vigilant and keep your children near to you especially those on scooters. Please also ensure that pupils leave the vehicle kerbside when getting out.  

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Week 1 - Student Newsletter

On Thursday 10th October 2019, Livingstone took a selection of children to take part in a cross country event! 

At Livingstone, we celebrated Black History Month with a week of themed activities!

​Golden Performance for PE at Livingstone!

All the classes learned about different people that have shaped both British and World History. This year, 6S and 6B tackled work on the Black Salute, Year 4 learned about the brave actions of Rosa Parks and Year 3 studies Mo Farah. 

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October

Week 3

Parent Consultations!

Year 2 performing ‘Sur le Pont D’Avignon’ at the Infant Music Festival!

We are contacting parents who were not able to make Parental Consulations to ensure that they meet with the class teachers next term.

We are also asking that if parents/carers have concerns, that they make appointments to see members of staff via the office. Due to teaching commitments it is not always posible to discuss issues in the morning and making an appointment ensures privacy in the matter.

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Week 2

Medina and Leah showcasing inspirational work on Black History Week by Year 1

Boccia Tournament. Thank you to Miss Nicholson, Mrs Consitt and Mrs Depala for ensuring that the pupils had a wonderful time!

On Tuesday pupils from the Kingfisher classes attended a Boccia tournament at the fabulous new Unitas Youth Zone (Spyros, Kamyar, David, Jotham, Zack, Nathan and Jack). They competed for the chance to represent Barnet at regional level.

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Week 1

We look forward to Black History Week next week and our achievement awards focused on this area of our curriculum.

School Council Winners!

We would like to congratulate the following children on being appointed as members of the Livingstone student council.

Year 1 – Sonny and Charlotte

Year 2 – Jamie and Grace

Kingfisher 1 – Calvin

Year 3 – Artelion and Evie

Year 4 – Lily and Joel

Year 5B – Phoebe and Adya

Year 5S – Alan and Grace

Year 6S JJ and Zoe

Year 6B Mahek and Leo

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