A recipe for success!
At our first assembly of the year, children from year 1 to year 6 created a recipe for success. We thought about what we needed to have in our school cake to ensure success and happiness throughout the year. The children's wonderful imaginations shone through and they came up with a real recipe for success!
We would like to thank all our families and the OLM community for your support this year. We have had another fantastic year at OLM and look forward to new adventures in September. Here's our OLM flash mob dance video...a little reminder of the fun we had earlier this year!
Class attendance winners!
Well done Y1M and Y5Y for having the best attendance all year! Today they received their prizes from Aquinas Education. Thank you Aquinas Education for helping get our children to school every day!
Congratulations to Jayden, Aurelia and Carolina who were winners in our 100% attendance draw! Well done on getting to school every day this year. The received some vouchers from Sam and Aquinas Education as a reward! Thank you Aquinas Education for helping get our children to school.
Sports Day winners!
Congratulations to the GREEN team who were the overall winners at Sports Day this year. Well done!
Blue team are the winners!
Congratulations to the blue team who are the winners of the house points competition this year. They enjoyed an afternoon of ice-cream, playground games and had the privilege of wearing their own clothes on Wednesday. Well done Blue team!
OLM Music concert.
watch the highlights of our music concert held on July 9th here! We are so proud of the incredible talent across our school.
Refugee Council Chief Executive visits Our Lady of Muswell Catholic Primary School
Posted: Dec 1, 2016 by: admin on: Our Lady of Muswell School Blog
Maurice Wren, Chief Executive of the Refugee Council visited OLM yesterday morning as part of the school’s Welcome Week for refugees. Mr Wren spoke to our Year 6 pupils and answered a range of questions covering areas like: negative media portrayal of refugees, people smuggling and Britain’s history of helping refugees.Mr Wren said: ‘It was a pleasure to speak to these incredibly well informed pupils. Their questions showed their knowledge of refugees and the issues facing them.’ ’
More on Welcome Week - The children listened to a whole school assembly led by a representative from CAFOD (Catholic Agency for Overseas Development) on Monday and have taken part in a range of activities all week. Children have written messages of hope to be placed on a Lampedusa cross (a cross made from the driftwood of refugee boats crossing the Mediterranean). Each child has written a message of hope on a piece of paper that has been transformed into an origami boat. The boats will be delivered (by the Children’s Society) to refugee families across London who will be able to read the children’s messages of welcome when the boats are unwrapped. Our children have really taken to heart the three key messages of Welcome Week: Welcome, Hope and Tolerance. We are immensely proud of them.