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OUTSTANDING - OFSTED

November 2017

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Year 3 Greek Workshop20Nov2018

School Tour for Prospective Families22Nov2018

9:30 am - 11:15 am

Year 6 visit to synagogue22Nov2018

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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As part of our Black History Week celebrations the whole school, led by our choir and Ms Bensley, have been learning Shakira's Waka Waka (This time for Africa) song. Please enjoy watching our performance. 

 

 

The video below shows our choir, supported by children from Y1-Y6, singing "We are the World" as part of our International Week celebrations. 

 

 

The Wednesday Word

Every Wednesday a "word" inspired by the coming Sunday's Gospel, will be suggested for families to talk about at home. The Wednesday Word is structured around the Sunday Gospel, because evidence shows that Gospel Values really do help family relationships to thrive. Children will have the opportunity to read the "Wednesday Word" leaflets in class each week and reflect on the Gospel readings. There are additional copies of the "Wednesday Word" in the reception area by the school office. Please feel free to take one and to share this with your family at home. Each Wednesday a new leaflet will be available. 

 

 

 

   Welcome to Our Lady of Muswell Primary School

Our school is a vibrant, inclusive school offering a wonderful primary experience where everyone is welcome.

At OLM governors, staff, children and parents work together to fulfil our mission statement:

One Community   Love of Learning     Making Time for God

"It is a supportive school which welcomes children regardless of their faith, abilities and origins. This is what an outstanding school should be." OLM Parent September 2018

We are taking applications for Nursery admissions 2018

Limited spaces still available for Reception 

Some in-year spaces - Please phone for more information 

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Friendship fortnight

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The children at OLM have had a fantastic first week of friendship fortnight. They have been watching films based around being left out because of physical differences : Dumbo, Khumba and Wonder. The children then discussed the film and created some fantastic art work based around the themes.  The digital leaders have also been busy asking children how they would react to different scenarios that might occur while on line. Video results to follow...

Across the school we have also been learning about  the importance of resilience and how we need it to achieve challenging tasks. 


Science demonstration

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If you heard any strange loud noises coming from the hall this week, there's nothing to worry about, key stage 2 were busy exploring the world of chemistry with the very lively Dr Szydlo. Children and teachers alike were wowed by a fantastic range of chemical reactions and changes including magical colour changes, disappearing water and even pyrotechnic scientific demonstrations. We will never think about science the same way again! 


Digital Leaders

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Introducing our new Digital Leaders! They have begun their training to become experts in online safety and they have been busy preparing for our Friendship Fortnight. Watch this space...


School council

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Every class across the school has been busy electing new school council members for their classes. The children that have been chosen by their class to become a school council member, they  have the opportunity and responsibly to make changes that will improve, everyone's time at school. 


Anglo Saxon day

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Year 5 had a great day on Tuesday with Scar our Anglo Saxon warrior. They started the day creating a shield wall followed by a weapons display. Year 5 enjoyed studying a range of artefacts and trying to uncover its use. The day ended with a sacrifice to the Gods and an Saxon Burrial.