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Week 1

A pupil is late then they must be accompanied by an adult

Keeping safe – Stranger Danger!

Attendance & Punctuality –

Parents / carers may have noticed that we have changed our procedures in the morning. There is now a member of the SMT recording the pupils that are late. It is now the expectation that if a pupil is late then they must be accompanied by an adult. The adult must explain why they are late.




Week 3

Book Week (next week)

Walking Home Alone – Year 5 and 6 Pupils only 

Thank you to the PTA for another successful event.  The Spring Ball was enjoyed by all.   

  • Introduction on Monday
  • Library and Free Book Vouchers on Tuesday
  • Book Swap on Wednesday
  • Dress up as a Book Character on Thursday
  • Star Writers on Friday

Book related activities all week including Art afternoon on the theme of books and illustrations.

Prizes for the best costumes, best writing, best reading challenge photos



Week 2

The Christmas Fair was an outstanding success and we made about £4000!

We collected £316 for Children in Need, we also made a record £340 with our Advent Calendar Raffle

Parents/carers DB Primary VLE gives pupils access to homework and activities on their computers. Pupils will still get homework in the usual way but DB Primary is an additional ICT resource which ,like Bug Club and Mathletics, enables pupils to consolidate or extend their learning. Parents/carers can gain access via their child/ren login details and those who missed out on the information leaflet can get a copy from the office. 



Week 1

Welcome to the first addition of the Newsletter, written by the pupils of Livingstone School. The aim of this is to increase ‘Pupil Voice’ and further improve our school.

 Can you believe that Livingstone School can speak over 30 different languages?

A few weeks ago, Miss Papas and Mrs Ferdenzi ran an International Day assembly to celebrate all the countries and languages in the worlds. This day was first celebrated in 1998; 20 years ago! Can you believe that Livingstone School can speak over 30 different languages? This amount really is incredible. We are really lucky to have this many cultures in our school.




Week 4

Attendance - 96%

Each year, every class is invited to East Barnet School to participate in a Family Festival of Sport.

On Friday, Livingstone played a football match against St Andrews in the quarter final of the Bailey Cup. At the beginning it was tough but luckily Henry scored a goal assisted by Luke. St Andrews almost scored but they hit the cross bar which was fortunate for us. In the second half, we scored two more goals by Henry and Joe, assisted by Charlie. Livingstone played very well and won 3-0. Man of the Match was shared between Mohammad and Archie.



Week 3

Thank you to Jo and Tracey in the kitchen!

Thank you Miss Papas and Mrs Ferdenzi

Thank you to Jo and Tracey in the kitchen for preparing excellent food every day of the week but especially for the fabulous international food served this Thursday. Pupils and staff were treated to Thai Curry, Pizza and Mac ‘n’ Cheese, followed by Chocolate and Seville Orange Pudding. Look out for taster days later in the year when we will be inviting parents/ carers into school to sample the school dinners.

On Monday we celebrated International Languages Day with a lovely assembly. The main purpose of celebrating this day is to promote awareness of language and cultural diversity all across our school. 



Week 2

“Terrific”, “Magical” and “Amazing” were just some of the words that our children used to describe their experience of the Teddy Bear’s Picnic.

Aladdin ‘Oh yes it is. Oh no it isn’t! ‘

Uniform standards are slipping again and pupils are starting to come in with multi-coloured trainers, fashion boots and patterned track-suits and t-shirts.

Please remember that we have a school PE kit which should be kept in school at all times and that black shoes and predominately black trainers are the school uniform.



Week 1

Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Training for Parents

Next week we will start to send home the newsletter by email. Copies will be sent to parents who have provided us with their email addresses.

For our International Languages Assembly, we would like some children to prepare a show and tell about the country they come from, a country that they have been to or like. We kindly ask children to bring in an artefact, flag, familiar story or traditional costume on Monday so we can select the ones who will participate in the assembly next Monday 15th Jan 9am. (Parents and carers invited)




Week 2


Nursery and Reception Christmas Songs – Thank you very much to parents / family and friends for coming to watch Early Years perform… It was magical!

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Week 1

On Monday, we had the pleasure of welcoming, Councillor Brian Salinger, the Worshipful, the Mayor of the London Borough of Barnet to Livingstone to present our School Councillors with their badges. Well done to all the pupils elected, they had their first meeting this week!

School Councillors: Naomi, JJ, Antoni, Fabiano, Daisy, Jack, Shyam, Ryley, Aimee, Sophia, Erin, Juliet, Maisie, Kai, Albion, Hattie, CJ, Olivier

Poppies, Wristbands and Key     rings will be on sale every day from next week. There will also be a Poppy Cake Sale after school on Friday 10th November.



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