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February Week 3

Friday 23rd February

Book Week (next week)


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 and many more…!

Thank you to the PTA for another successful event.  The Spring Ball was enjoyed by all.   As a school we are very lucky to have such a supportive team of parents and carers who work with us for the good of the children.

Friday 9th March marks the return of our Mother’s Day Stall. This gives children the opportunity to buy gifts for their special person. All gifts are priced at near to cost as possible and the service is non-profit making.
If you have any good quality gifts (e.g. unused shower gels, candles, gift sets etc...)that you can donate to the stall it would mean that we make a small profit for the PTA. Please send in any gifts on Thursday 1st March.

Many thanks. The PTA Team





















Week ending 23rd Feb

2 classes still not meeting the requirement

Medical Appointments

All appointments, where possible, should be made out of school hours. If this is unavoidable; for example an emergency appointment, your child should still attend school before/after the appointment. Any sibling should attend school as normal. All clinic/hospital/dentist appointments must be made in advance and be supported by an appointment letter in order to authorise any missed sessions.

Walking Home Alone – Year 5 and 6 Pupils only

We understand the need for children in Years 5 and 6 to begin to develop their independence as part of their preparation for Secondary school. Parents/carers who are happy for their child to walk home alone must sign the ‘walk home permission slip’ and return it to school by Monday 5th March. If the school does not receive this permission slip your child will not be permitted to walk home by themselves.


Parking and traffic down Baring Road is becoming a major source of concern. We are alerting parents/carers to the dangers posed by the numbers of cars, lorries and coaches going at speed and mounting the pavement. Please be vigilant and keep your children near to you especially those on scooters.

In addition to this, we still have parents/carers parking over the drives of neighbours. Please show some courtesy park within the law.

Year 5 - Congratulations Boys!

Silver medal winners and now through to the borough finals.

Livingstone Achievement Awards










Joshua for creating a fabulous ‘paper man’

Maddie for using her phonics in her writing.

Teddy for great attitude to all his work.

Lois for her own version of the ‘Three Little Pigs’

Charlie for his amazing questions about Willy the Wizard.

Noah for telling the time to the nearest quarter.

Andra for a great diary plan and Sara for confident swimming on her first day.

Vjosana for great improvement in Maths.

Grace for being a kind member of the class and always doing the right thing.

Zach for outstanding behaviour on the school trip.

Ryley for his excellent recount of the day.

Ellie for showing an amazing improvement in her focus, effort and independence. Maya for her incredible home learning project on a  Chinese Dragon


Adamant Archie for an amazing half term projects on the Tudors.

Well done everyone who put in the effort! Kacper for brilliant attitude to his work.

Isabella for always being well-behaved and hard-working.

Arthur for his effort in Maths and achieving his targets.


Jamie for fantastic independent writing.


Siddarth and Fabiano for their retelling of the Boccia Tournament

Jamie Yr2 and Tyler 3P

Bronze Awards for completing their first sticker chart

Diary Dates



New dates added in bold

Year Group/s



Monday 26th

World Book Week



Information to follow

Wednesday 28th 

Book Swap

All year groups


Read it -swap it for another book






Thursday 1st

Book Character Day-Dress Up as your favourite character

All year groups


Prizes for most imaginative


Road Safety Workshop

Yr 4




Parent Rep Meeting  CABIN 9am




Friday 9th

Mother’s Day Stall- Pupils can buy small presents for their Mother



Letters to follow from PTA


Boys Football Match v Foulds  Home 3:15




Monday 12th

Road Safety Workshop

Yr 4



Tuesday 13th

Cross Country Competition



More info to follow

Wednesday 14th

Parent Consultations 9:00-11:00

Yr 1, 2 & 3 am


Letters to follow


Parent Consultations 1:30-3:30

Yr 4,5 & 6 pm



Thursday 15th

Parent Consultations 4:30-6:30

All Year Groups




 IntoUniversity Workshops –

Yr 3


Inspiration for Higher Education


Inter-House Cross Country Competition pm




Tuesday 20th

Greek Day

Yr 3



Thursday 22nd

Briefing for Paris Trip 3pm

Yr 5



Monday 26th

‘Read with Me’ Assembly 9am

All Year Groups


Choose a book with your child

Wednesday 28th

Family Sport Festival

Yr 1


East Barnet School


Inter-house Dance Competition

Yr 3



Thursday 29th

Easter Assembly 9:00

Yr 5


All Welcome

Thursday 29th March -School Finishes 2pm - No Clubs/ No CABIN Club on the last day.

School Re-opens on Monday 16th April at 8am Breakfast Club.

CABIN Club open first day back - all other clubs re-start 23rd April

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