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April Week 3

 Friday 22nd April


Mrs Knappett was chauffeured by Mr Ephgrave in his ‘luxury’ car to Hendon Town Hall to receive the Barnet Civic Award. The ‘Vellum’ was presented by Councillor Mark Shooter



Last week, following a celebration tea party at the school, Mrs Knappett was chauffeured by Mr Ephgrave in his ‘luxury’ car to Hendon Town Hall to receive the Barnet Civic Award. The ‘Vellum’ was presented by Councillor Mark Shooter, the Mayor of Barnet, in recognition of her long service to Livingstone Primary and Nursery School and for her dedication to the Kingfisher Resource Provision, pupils, parents and teachers. The Barnet Civic Award will be on display in the school hall until the end of term for anyone who wishes to see it. We would also on behalf of Livingstone, send congratulations to Mr Webster, husband of our Governor Mrs Judy Webster who was also there to receive an award for his services to the Governing body at Cromer Road.






Livingstone entered two teams in the Year 5/6 ‘3 aside’ Basketball Tournament at QE Girls School last week with an unexpected outcome. We arrived alongside 8 other schools, entering the unknown as we had never competed in basketball before. To our amazement, after playing 4 matches each, both our teams went through to the semi-finals and went on to finish 2nd and 3rd overall. A great achievement for all!



                       Silver Medal Winners

Team- Pau, Jerom, Unique, Charlie, Emanuel & Christiana

Bronze Medal Winners

Emmy, Arda, Illinois, Alex & Daniel B



Livingstone Winners











Liam for his fantastic booklet on ‘How to look after chicks’.

Joel for his super sentences and working hard on his writing.

Sara for identifying complex patterns in her number work.

Seth for excellent reading.

Grace and Juliette for working hard in English sequencing their story.

Leo for his creativity and grammar in making sentences.

Mahi for her work on symmetry in shapes

Roxann for a fantastic mood poem

Kiahna for great work in Maths.

Soren for his addition in columns.

Sophia and Monjola for making good progress in their fraction work.


Oliver R for improved effort in Math.

Daniel A and Ugur for writing a great newspaper reports

Josh R for his quick number work during Maths.

Charlie for his knowledge of World War II.




Dates - April Time Event Year Group/s Approx Cost Parents/Carers Invited Comments
Tuesday 19th   Teaching Assistants Visiting from Holland        
Monday 25th   Practice SATs 6      
Wednesday 27th   RE Workshop for More Able        
May 2nd   May Day Bank Holiday - School Closed        
Dates - May            

Monday 9th


SATs  Mon- Reading, Tues-Spelling and Grammar, Wed & Thurs-Maths





Friday 13th


Non-Uniform Day- Bottle Donations





Monday 16th


Bike Proficiency Training





Monday 16th


KS1 SATs start





Friday 20th


Non-Uniform Day - Chocolate Donations





Friday 27th


Camp Night





Dates - June


Half Term 30th May-3rd June – School Close





Monday 6th


Phonic Screening Tests Start





Monday 6th


Road Safety Training





Tuesday 7th


Sports Day (Subject to weather conditions)





Thursday 9th


Road Safety Training





Saturday 11th


Summer Fair



All Welcome


Tuesday 21st


Parent Meeting – New Reception Pupils





Friday 24th


Forest School Day & Family Picnic (Open Day)



All Welcome


Dates July







Friday 1st


INSET- School Closed





Thursday 7th


Secondary School Transition Day





Friday 8th


PTA Family Camp Night




Tickets Only

Wednesday 13th


Year 6 End of Year Show Pm

4 5 6




Thursday 14th


Year 6 End of Year Show Eve





Monday 18th


‘Read with me’ Assembly





Monday 18th


‘Read with me’ Assembly







Summer Activity Camp - 2 Weeks – August 8th- 15th





Please ask at the office for Easter Camp details 

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