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June

Week 2

Well done to all of Year 1 who have completed their Phonics Screening. Thank you to all the staff who have worked hard to prepare them all year!

 

Scholastic Book Fair

After school 3:15 onwards- Mon 25th, Tues 26th & Wed 27th

Books at all prices –commission goes to buying books for the library.

 

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Week 1

Despite the weather, KS2 managed to complete their Sports day!

The Summer Fair is on Saturday 23rd June 1-4pm

Every pupil did tremendously well, with great effort from every single team. It was very close, so much so, that the winner of the competition came down to the tug of war final.

We would like to thank Miss Fairley and Mr Gardner for organizing such a fun event and to all our parents/carers for their support. Reception, Yr1, Yr2 and Yr3 Sports Day has been moved to the afternoon of Tuesday 3rd July. We had to re-schedule after rain was also predicted for our original reserve day.

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May

Week 3

The Family Picnic 25th May 2018

Good news: This week - Attendance is 97%

This event is held every year to celebrate the opening of the school in May 1954

The theme this year is the ‘Outdoor Classroom’ and we will use this event to celebrate our wonderful green spaces. In a survey of London Educational Institutions, Livingstone was in the top 100 least polluted in London!

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Week 2

School Dinner Taster –and enjoy a school dinner with your child/ren!

Good news: This week - Attendance is 97%!

In celebration of the forthcoming Royal Wedding next week pupils can come into school wearing Red, White and Blue.  Even the corgis are excited!!!

Non Uniform Days

Books:  Friday 18th May
Bottles/ Jars:  Thursday 24thMay
Chocolate/Sweets:  Friday 8th June
Toys: Friday 15th June – On that day we will be asking pupils to come in wearing something green in remembrance of the families who lost their lives in the Grenfell Fire.

Please bring in cakes the day before or on the morning of the fair.

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April

Week 4

Good news: This week - Attendance is 97%!

Thank you to all parents/carers for the incredible support given to the school after we received the call from Ofsted! 

Parents Governor Elections –Thank you to all the parents who voted.

Ada Shum  and Anisha Topiwalla are to be commended for wanting to help Livingstone by serving on our Governing Body and we thank them for putting themselves forward. In the end, only 3 votes separated the final outcome and Ada Shum was elected as parent governor.

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Week 3

Parents Governor Election - the two candidates are Ada Shum (Brychan’s mum in Reception) and Anisha Topiwalla (Anaiya’s mum in 4T)!

Yr2 Trip to Jewish Museum – First we went on the minibus to High Barnet Station. Then we went on the tube to Camden Town. We were all excited walking to the Jewish Museum. Our guide was called Lisa. 

Yr 5 Trip to Hatfield House

On the 17th April, Year 5 went to Hatfield House, one of the homes of Henry VIII. The children visited the gardens, they sang with Thomas Tallis and wife number 6, Catherine Parr as well as had court with King Henry himself!

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March

Week 4

Happy Easter from Year 5 and Everyone at Livingstone!

 Thank you to all parents/carers/ staff for all your generous donations of books! 

Thank you to Miss Fairley for organising our Sport Relief Fundraising Event.

We kept fit, had lots of fun. The generosity of parents/ carers has been over-whelming and we have raised £2000!!

Over Two hundred certificates were awarded to pupils for Mathletics Achievements! Winners of Gold Certificates are Nikhil, Liza, Sara C, Noah, Katerina and Geethesri

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Week 3

This Newsletter has been written by the pupils of Livingstone School!

 

School Competition –

The writers are not happy with the name of the Newsletter, we want suggestions for a new name! Please give the suggestions to either Mr Madle or your class teacher by the 29th March. The winner will receive an amazing prize!

The School Choir are performing at St James Church this Saturday. Go support them, they are due to sing around 11am.

There are lot of Easter activities planned throughout the day which will be fun. By Uvasri (Yr5)

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Week 2

Lots of effort and amazing running from all!

 Thank you to Alfie and Hattie’s Mum for coming into school and providing University Workshops for Year 3. 

Pupils are still arriving late every day, impacting on learning.

5 minutes of Maths missed every day is equal to 16 hours every year. That is 3 weeks missed every year!

Please ensure that your child/ren are in on time.

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