Harvest Festival 2019
The Harvest Festival was a great success. Thank you so much for all the contributions for the Greenwich Foodbank. The Prayer Heroes will be delivering the food to the foodbank
Woolwich Carnival - September 2019
Children from Years 5 and 6 took part in the Woolwich Carnival.
Prayer Heroes attend New School Year Mass at St. George's Cathedral
Some of our Prayer Heroes were invited to attend the New School Year Mass at St. George's Cathedral along with many other Catholic schools in the Diocese.
Musical Theatre Club
Children who attend Musical Theatre After School club perform a showcase of their work
Drumming - Years 5 & 6
Children in Upper KS2 wereintroduced to drumming with Rudy. Almost all the musical instruments are made with re-cycled materials. The children thought the sessions were brilliant
CAFOD ASSEMBLY- 4TH JUNE 2019
After visiting the Cafod headquarters in London ,the Prayer Heroes delivered an assembly to the whole school showing them where their money went and how they presented the cheque to Cafod. Well done Prayer Heroes
Years 5 & 6 CAFOD workshops
Deirdre from CAFOD came into school and worked with years 5 & 6 looking at climate change
The whole school celebrated the Easter Mass with Fr Seba. It was a joyful occasion with some beautiful singing. The children participated throughout and truly celebrated this wonderful feast
KS2 Music Concert - December 2018
KS2 children entertained a packed house of parents, carers and governors. Led by our music teachers - Nat Harding and Steve Mac they played guitars, keyboards, drums, piano and the choir sung beautifully. It was a truly wonderful afternoon where the children showcased their talents
Year 6 raised money for Local charity
Year 6 raised money for a local charity- Demelza hospice care for children, by singing carols in Eltham High Street.
All of the children enjoyed a Christmas treat at Notre Dame.They were entertained by watching a pantomime of Cinderella. As you can see, everyone joined in and a wonderful time was had by all. ( Oh yes they did!)