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Our Junior classes took part in a Roots to Food Cooking Challenge on Tuesday 20th February. Darren, the founder of Roots to Food, turned our school hall into a practical cooking and learning environment! The hands-on food workshops encouraged children to develop an interest and understanding of healthy and nutritious meals. In these workshops they constructed, from scratch, a balanced dish in small groups. Pupils applied their skills to determine what makes a healthy, nutritious meal and learnt how to actually prepare the food and apply the principles of good food safety and hygiene. It was clear that pupils and adults involved, had so much fun in these workshops and many looked forward to trying the meatball recipe at home with their families. We are looking forward to this recipe being added to our lunch menu also. Have a go at making the recipe yourselves at home using the recipe below, as it really was delicious and nutritious!

OLOL Parliament Visit to The Houses of Parliament February 2018

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OLOL Parliament members visited The Houses of Parliament on Tuesday 6th February.

 

As they were taken on their tour, they were amazed by the incredible art work and design of the Houses of Parliament. They learnt lots of interesting facts, such as that the Houses of Commons is where the MPs meet and the decor is green and the Houses of Lords is where Lords meet and the decor is red. Many of the pupils were particularly interested in the history of the Houses of Parliament and enjoyed listening to and talking about past queens and kings. 

 

The visit helped put their roles into context and how important their individual roles are within our school parliament. Look out for some exciting plans that our parliament members have for the future....

   

 

  
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

Year 3 and 4 Level 1 Bikeability Training November 2017

20 Year 3 and 4 pupils took part in level one Bikeability training. These new riders learnt to control and master their bikes in a space away from traffic, within our playground. Two children began the sessions without being able to ride a bike at all and by the end of the session they had mastered how to ride a bike. It was a delight to see the joy that it bought them and how proud they all were of what they had achieved. It was clear that they all had great fun during these sessions and we are very proud of them.

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Science Quiz Club Heat Tuesday 17th October

 

Four pupils, two from year five and two from year six, took part in 'The National Science Quiz Club Heat' at Martin Primary School. They demonstrated excellent team work and determination throughout the quiz. The pupils enjoyed the experience and were proud of their efforts. They learnt some interesting Science facts from the Quiz Master along the way also. 

Author Visit - Rob Lloyd Jones

 

 

Year 6 - The Tempest

    

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Dr Bike and Biker's Breakfast! June 2017

 

 

Friday Assembly Visit - Dawn Butler

 

 
 

 

National Science Quiz Heat held here at Our Lady of Lourdes School

Friday 11th November 2016

 

We were excited to host the National Science Quiz heat here at our school. We welcomed 11 schools from across London and our wonderful quizmaster who made the quiz fun and interesting. Well done to our Y5 and Y6 pupils who took part and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. They didn't win however they did extremely well and we are very proud of them. All team members agreed that it was about the taking part and the learning experience that really mattered.  They particularly felt that they strengthened their ability to work as a team and developed many useful strategies to do so. Here are some pictures of our two teams that took part. 

Team 1: Jeshrun, Talat, Nathanielle and Oreoluwa.

Team 2: Bridget, Bianca, Luke and Vince.

Phonics for Parents Workshop

Letters & Sounds - Phase 5

Tuesday 18th October 2016

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Tuesday 18th October 2016

 

 

Year 3 and 4 Bikeability Session

Thursday 22nd September 2016

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First Holy Communion Assembly

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Yesterday Tanya Compas from the Team London Young Ambassadors programme,as run by the Mayor of London, visited our KS2 pupils to share with them what they could do to 'give back and make a change' to society. During her talk with our pupils she was thrilled to see how much we at Our Lady of Lourdes already  do to give back to society. Our OLOL values link nicely with British values which allowed our children to enter into a mature discussion with Tanya on how important it is to live out our British values by the way we act to one another.

 

After the assembly, Tanya ran a workshop with our Year 5s where they raised issues that they were passionate about including: Homelessness, bullying, the dangers of social media, the environment, littering and gang culture/gun & knife crime.  Along with Tanya, our year 5s will be working on a project to help tackle one of the issues raised. Watch this space!

 

 

'I was amazed by how engaged the students were during the assembly and how opinionated, honest and mature the year 5 students were during the workshop. They are a credit to themselves, the school and the teachers.' Tanya Compas, Young Ambassadors Representative  

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Year of Mercy Primary Pilgrimage

 

Mr. Doherty and four representatives attended the Primary Pilgrimage as part of the Year of Mercy  at Westminster Cathedral last Wednesday, 2nd March 2016. It was a wonderful occasion and there was a real sense of belonging and community in the Cathedral.

 

Please see the pictures below of the children walking through the Door of Mercy.

 

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Ditch the Stabilisers

 

As part of the Bike It Plus programme running at Our Lady of Lourdes Primary, we ran a ‘Ditch the Stabilisers’ session after school on Thursday 11th February.

 

This fun and relaxed session was designed for children who were ready to make the change from ‘four wheel’ bikes to ‘two wheel’ cycling.   All the children who attended said goodbye to their stabilisers and were able to ride successfully on two wheels by the end of the session.

 

Well done children!

Roots to Food Assembly!

Roots to Food whisked into Our Lady of Lourdes on Thursday to serve up a “ready, steady, cook” style roadshow to KS2 and KS1 pupils. Two teams competed with each other to create a meal that was tasty, nutritious and fun to make and enjoy.  Messages about the prime importance of an appropriate breakfast such as muesli or cereals was stirred-in with information on methods of cooking, the different food groups and the benefits to health of having a well-balanced diet. The show was greatly enjoyed by all and the recipes for the meals can be found below.

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We continue to use NumberShark to practise our number skills!

We've started using NumberShark with some of our children to help to improve number skills!

Christmas 2015 Nativities

Nursery & Reception Year 1 & 2

 

Christmas Choir 2015

Employability courses run by Brent take place at our school for our parents every Thursday 10.30am in the Computer Suite....

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Bike it! Breakfast and Dr Bike morning 23rd/24th November 2015

Black History Month Celebration Assembly - 23rd October 2015

Praying the Rosary - October 2015

First Holy Communion Celebrations 17th June 2015

KS2 Christmas Carol Service at Church of Five Precious Wounds

Our Eco Warriors at work....

Our new ICT Suite walls

Fundraising - Year 6 Cake Sale

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