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November Week 4

Friday 24th November

This week we have been working on the theme of Anti-Bullying through a Friendship Week. Each class has taken a theme and devised activities to teach the importance of Friendship.

KF1 – Friendship Chain

KF2 – Worked with their mainstream classes

EYFS- The Rainbow Fish

Year 1 - Little Beaver and the Echo

Year 2 - Friendship Posters

Year 3 - Poetry

Year 4 - Acrostic Poems

Year 5 - Instructions - 'How to be a good friend'

Year 6 - Design odd socks for Friendship


Livingstone celebrate being unique….

Guess Who?  Answer revealed next week!


Poem by Sean Gordon 4F

Advent Calendar Raffle Starts on Monday 27th November

Money collected will be shared between the school, Barnet Homeless and The British Heart Foundation

£1.00 and every ticket wins a prize!

Father Christmas is coming to Livingstone!

Friday 8th Dec

Be good……

Safety and School Trips

School Trips have been a source of parental concern due to the risks posed from recent global terrorist attacks. We are aware that as a school we have a statutory obligation to ensure the best possible safeguards are in place to protect our pupils, therefore, at the last INSET day, all staff were given specialist training on carrying out educational visits.

As part of our practice we:

Carry out detailed risk assessments for each visit and provide information packs everyone including volunteers.

Ensure that all our minibus drivers take a national competency test.

Ensure at least one member of staff is a First Aider.

Whilst we cannot eliminate all risk, we feel that we have put in place measures to prepare staff appropriately and hope that this helps give reassurance to Parents/Carers. More information is available on Educational Visits Policy on the school website.

Still looking for volunteers for the Christmas Fair -Saturday 2nd December 1pm-4pm

Livingstone Achievement Awards










Kayce – for working hard to write a shopping list like ‘The Tiger Who Came To Tea’.


Yagiz – for taking time to create a really effective tiger print.


Kaitlin – great independent work in Maths.


Alexander – great independent work in Maths

Kai excellent dividing skills.


Benyamin – an incredible letter to the Queen.

Phoebe – for learning all her lines for the show.


CJ – for making an excellent Egyptian project.

Alan – trying hard to improve his presentation in Maths.


Gabriela – always being sensible, mature and doing the right thing. A fantastic example for behaviour.

Daisy – settling in really well and being a great new member of the class.


Samy – demonstrating outstanding knowledge of Sikhism whilst on the trip/

Farah and Finley – demonstrating excellent coding skills in ICT.

Baheer – for an excellent attitude and trying so hard, especially in Science.


Norbert – amazing science work on chemical changes.


Nayda – for using dashes in her Viking story’s fight scene.


Alex – for writing a descriptive build-up of his Viking adventure story.

Diary Dates





Monday 27th

Christmas Advent Calendar Raffle

Nur - 6






Friday 1st

Inset Day – School Closed



Saturday 2nd

Christmas Fair



Tuesday 5th

Yoga Taster Session 



Thursday 7th

Yoga Taster Session




Girls’ Football Match V St Andrews



Friday 8th

Father Christmas coming to Livingstone



Tuesday 12th

Foundation Stage Christmas Performance – am

Nur & Rec

Parents Welcome

Wednesday 13th

Choir Singing in the Spires 11- 11.30 am


Parents welcome

Thursday 14th

Foundation Stage Christmas Performance - pm

Nur & Rec

Parents Welcome


Christmas Lunch

Nur - Rec


Friday 15th

Christmas Show Dress Rehearsal 2.00pm

1, 2 & 3

Parents with Babies/Small Children


After School Activity Clubs Finish for the Term



Monday 18th

Christmas Show Performance 1.45pm

1, 2, & 3


Tuesday 19th

Christmas Show Performance 9.15am

1, 2 & 3


Wednesday 20th

End of Term 2.00pm Finish – Happy Holidays! Return to School 2nd January 2018

Nur – 6

No Cabin Club

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