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November Week 4

Friday 21st November

Parent Rep Meeting -Summary

We have had lots of positive feedback this term.

  • Year three parents would like to thank the teachers for an informative impact meeting. Response: More to follow.
  • A big thank you to Miss Grant, parents are very happy with their children’s progress.
  • The PTA Monster’s Ball was a big success. Parents commented how nice it was to see the teachers dressing up and taking part with the children.
  • Year 5 went Kayaking and everyone had a fantastic time.
  • Another success was the annual year 6 trip to PGL. The children had a fantastic time. A big thank you to all staff involved.


  • PLEASE return all library books
  • If your child brings home the same scheme reading book it could be they still need to work on this book. If you think this is not the case talk to the class teacher about this.


  • Parents have enquired about the school providing some meals with Halal meat. Response- We will check if it is possible.
  • A continued issue, parents commenting on the children not having enough food at lunch time especially if they are last.
  • Response- There is always plenty of food, if children take the wide range that is on offer. Any parent can come and see the school lunches for themselves. Taster Day next term
  • The school no longer buys individual yogurt pots and now most desserts contain fruit and veg.


  • Parent have asked if cabin hours can be extended.
  • Response- We will look at demand and cost


  • The school will aim to inform all  years of secondary school open evenings when they inform year 6


  • The school have taken on board parent comments regarding late cancellations of ‘Read with me’ and last minute requests for daily needs.
  • The school always aim to improve their communications and where possible will let parents know as soon as they can.

Parent Reps:

Melissa Gosling Rec Helene Anido
Kate Orr Yr1 Nina Kornhauser
Zoe Downs  Teresa Osman
Lina Cavozzi Paula Falco
  Shelly Farmer KF
Volunteers needed for the Christmas Fair Sat 7th December!

Thank you to everyone who donated money for Children in Need. We collected over £200!


On Tuesday 19th November our year 5 and 6 netball team played a home match against Churchill School. It was a fantastic game and despite the cold, the team performed amazingly, showing great spirit and determination throughout. This paid off as Livingstone won the match 8-1. It was great to see parents come to support as this makes a huge difference to the players. Well done to Daisy, Maria, Sammie, Scarlett, Leo, Adam and Jordan. ​Keep it up!!!!

Boys Football vs Trent 19.11.19

On Tuesday, Livingstone boys had their third game in the Barnet League against Trent.  Our boys started the game with the lead. They all modelled determination, perseverance and great skill, however, the game ended 8-2 to Trent, Better luck next time!

Y5/6 Tag Rugby vs Cromer Road 21.11.19

Livingstone had their first game in the rugby Barnet League on Thursday and it was a phenomenal first game. Children have worked extremely hard in our afterschool tag rugby club showing dedication, resilience and team work which was evident on the pitch. They had a great defensive line and a willingness to attack to score tries. It was a rollercoaster of a game with both schools taking the lead. Despite their valiant effort, the game ended 9-8 to Cromer. Well done to Harry.L, Aedan, Isaiah, Malachai, Jack, Ryley, Ella, Daisy, Zoe and Scarlett.


Livingstone Achievement Awards










Scarlett for brilliant blending in phonics.

Stefi for his enthusiasm for learning.

Eren for participating in all subjects and always putting his hand up.

Sotirio for always being kind to all his friends.

Arber for his excellent effort in everything he does. Jaime for wonderful vocabulary in her writing.


Leo and Despina for using the column method well in Maths.

Maxxilia for her resilience in Maths

Laura for her superb diary entry about Iron Man

Chloe for brilliant work on formal and informal language.

Kal-El for his hardworking and positive attitude towards learning.

Grace and Maya for improving their Rockstar scores

Joviel for his work on grammar.

Kiahna for her speedy use of BIDMAS in Maths


Asia fpr her fantastic long division work in Maths

Alexandros for always striving to be an independent learner


Calvin for joining up his handwriting.



Zack for a positive attitude to learning.

Diary Dates



Year Group/s

Approx. Cost


Thursday 28th

Early Year Fit Bag Meeting in the hall  9am -10am

Nur Rec Yr1

Follow up in Nursery Class 2.30pm for Nur pm


Livingstone v Northside boys Football



Pupils by selection

Friday 29th

Non- Uniform Toys









Thursday 5th

Orion v Livingstone Boys Football




Friday 6th

Father Christmas coming to Livingstone




Saturday 7th

Christmas Fair




Monday 9th

Height & Weight measuring Rec & Year 6



See letter


Christmas Family Yoga 8am





Activity Club bookings go online for Spring 1 – 8am




Tuesday 10th

Performing Arts Club– Presentation to parents at 3.45




Wednesday 11th

Dance/Gymnastics Club – presentation to parents at 3.45




Thursday 12th

Nursery and Reception Christmas Assembly - 2.30pm

N and Rec


Letter coming home in blue bag soon

Friday 13th

Nursery and Reception Christmas Assembly - 9am

N and Rec




Yoga Club Family Christmas Special



Letter coming home soon

Monday 16th

Christmas Show 2pm For Parents/Carers with babies

Y1,2 and 3


Letter coming home soon

Tuesday 17th

Christmas Show  9.30 am and 2pm

Y1.2 and 3



Wednesday 18th

Christmas Lunch

Please let the office know if your child usually has a packed lunch


CABIN Club finishes for end of term

Y1 - 6



Thursday 19th

School finishes for end of term – 2pm




SCHOOL HOLIDAY – Monday 23rd December 2019 – Friday 3rd January 2020

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