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Week 2

Well done to the Year 6 pupils who went to the Barnet Schools Dance Festival at the Artsdepot North Finchley! 

Based on the latest government news conference, we are keeping up the handwashing and we are cancelling the trip to Paris. All other trips are being evaluated and no further trips are being booked!

Please do not send children into school if they are unwell and self-isolate as recommended in the Coronavirus health guidelines if anyone in your family has the symptoms or has been tested positive and finally, let the school know.

Please ensure that your contact details are up to date so that the school can contact you by text or by email. Please let the office know of any changes and if you have problems with any pupil logins.



Week 1

World Book Day, a fantastic effort, and some of the best costumes ever!

The Coronavirus is affecting everyone globally, therefore our response to the outbreak is based on advice given at government level. 

So far we have implemented everything we have been asked to do, which means pupils are washing their hands at regular intervals. We have cancelled the trip to the Buddhist Temple and are reviewing all future trips and events on the basis of advice given.

On Thursday 5th, we celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as our favourite book characters; being read to by different teachers; buddy reading with different year groups; and having an 'author-meets-artist' Art day. Some children also created a 'Book-in-a-Box' project. The children looked fantastic in their costumes and have shown a real love of reading - thank you to everyone who made our Book Day a success!




Week 3

Sponsor Your Child for the Sports Station Challenge 10 Activities. One week to complete them all. Sponsorship forms coming home soon! 

PTA Family Fun Evening!

Pupils must bring sponsorship money in an envelope with their name and year group and hand to the office on Friday 13th March.

On Friday 6th March the PTA are hosting a FUN evening which will consist of quizzes, activities and fun games. There will be something for everyone, both children and adults, on the night and we are very much looking forward to it. It is a great way to meet new people and have lots of fun at the same time.



Week 2

World War 2 Workshops supports our Curriculum!

Mathletics Treat for hard work!

Lately, 6B and 6S had a World War 2 workshop. An expert came in from the Imperial War Museum a showed us a short film about a Jewish boy called Leo who lives in Berlin, Germany. 

On Thursday 6th February, the top 25 from KS1 and KS2 were chosen to participate in a fun activity, led by Smart Play. The children took part in fun circus tricks, and were all happy and excited. 



Week 1

Mathletic Reward Circus Skills!

No-Entry Sign! 

A big congratulations to all of the children who scored the highest points in TT Rockstars and Mathletics!  They enjoyed a well-deserved treat learning to perform circus skills.

Please note there are changes to Baring Road.  There is a no entry sign from the bus stop on Grove Road.  New double yellow lines are on both sides of the road.  Tickets have been issued to parents, so please park responsibly.




Week 5

Thank you to everyone who has kindly donated pet food for the animal shelter!

Next week we will be announcing the class with the most donation, so keep sending in the food.

We have to start with congratulating the boys on how their sporting attitude has improved significantly along with their organisation and general team play. Their passing and movement with the ball would have embarrassed lots of premiership players because it was well calculated and skilled.  



Week 4

Naomi, Karolina and Jana presenting an excellent assembly on de-forestation!

This week, Year 6 experienced a workshop provided by the National Holocaust Centre which informed them all about Kinder transport to support their learning about World War II

Naomi, Karolina and Jana presenting an excellent assembly on de-forestation. Isabella also helped but was unwell on the day. Well done!



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.



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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