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  • Summer Reading Challenge

    Published 16/07/21
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  • Hispanic Week

    Published 16/06/21

    This is a perfect opportunity for students to learn more about the culture, history, and traditions of Spain and Latin America.  Each Year group will be having a Spanish Speaking country as a theme and their celebrations will include: Art - Food – Music – Dance – Information - Piñata.

    For more information, please see 'Newsletter Hispanic Week' below.

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  • Children's Mental Health Week

    Published 01/02/21

    This week it's Children's Mental Health Week

    and the theme is EXPRESS YOURSELF! 

    Today we watched a virtual assembly from Place2Be, BAFTA and Oak National Academy which showed us lots of ways to express yourself which can help support how we feel.

    Children will be working on their own 'Express Yourself' poster this week to show ways they can express themselves including drawing, painting, singing, dancing, creating and much more!  We can't wait to see all the fantastic work they produce!

    To end the week we'll come together in the last virtual assembly of this year's Children's Mental Health Week and showcase our posters as well as celebrate ways we've found to 'Express Yourself'!

    Don't forget to wear a colour that makes you feel happy and relaxed on Friday so we can have a colourful, showcase assembly for all to enjoy!

    Check out this video which we watched together today and perhaps try your own Squiggle Game,  you need a pen/pencil and paper and you'll be creating!  Watch the video here and try it with lots of different squiggles!

    Squiggle Game

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  • Hackney Business Providing Packed Lunches this Half Term (26th - 30th October)

    Published 25/10/20

    The Duke of Richmond pub in Hackney are offering free packed lunches to families in need this half term (Monday 26th October - Friday 30th October 2020).

    If you are a parent/carer/guardian/grown up in Hackney that may be struggling to feed your kids this half term without a free school meal, the Duke of Richmond pub will be providing a free packed lunch.

    These lunches will be available to collect between 12pm - 1pm, Monday - Friday from:

    The Duke of Richmond Pub

    316 Queensbridge Road


    E8 3NH


    Lunches are available with complete discretion. We do not ask questions, only hand out packed lunches.

    Each packed lunch will consist of:

    Ham or Cheese roll

    Piece of fruit

    Box of raisins




    Fruit juice


    Tom, Meryl & Freddie

    Duke of Richmond Pub


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    Published 03/07/20

    This is your last chance to apply for Free School Meals and received vouchers over summer break. If you would like your child to receive Free School Meal vouchers. Full time nursery children could be eligible for free school meals too.

    If your circumstances change you need to tell the DWP. Changes of circumstances you must report include:

    • losing your job or decreasing your hours of work
    • someone joining your household
    • birth of a child
    • if your health condition or disability gets worse
    • you become ill and are unable to work.

    *Report a change here:

    * Apply for Free School Meals here:


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  • Science Week Winners

    Published 14/03/20

    Another successful Science Fair! We were blown away by the variety of experiments and hard work the children (and parents) put into these!

    Science Fair exhibitors MAIN winners – Prizes  

    EYFS – Amaris (N) &  Mattia (R)

    KS1 – Shian (2KL) & Arkshith (N)

    KS2 – Alara (3ML)

               Anna & Khadijah (6MH)

    Science Prizes

     All other exhibitors (even those who didn’t win will) receive a certificate for taking part and a small prize

    Poster Competition Winners – posters will be displayed around the school and will receive small prize in assembly

    Naim 3ML

    Phoebe 3ML

    Sunny 3ML

    Leah 3 ML

    Mary Jane 3ML


    Iara 3MC

    Warda 6GI

    Ismayil 6GI

    Nishan 4HA


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  • Parent Consultation

    Published 06/03/20
    The parent evening online appointment booking system allows you to choose your own appointment times with teachers and you will receive an email confirming your appointments.  Should you wish to make any changes after this date then plea
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  • Religious Education Week

    Published 15/10/19

    This week Princess May Primary children will be investigating, reflecting and responding to big questions about the 6 principal religions in Britain.

    We will be learning about Judaism, Sikhism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism. We are lucky enough to be hearing from visitors from the  different religious groups.

    They will be exploring artefacts, composing songs, dances and creating art. It is going to be an exciting time. Please ask your child all about what they have learnt. 


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