Dear Parents and Carers

This week has seen an emotional leavers assembly where we said goodbye to our year 6 children; we wish you all the best at your new schools – we’re going to miss you! We have also had a brilliant performance of The Magical Land of Sleep, a National Theatre play, by year 2. We have also had our annual Sports Day for KS1 and KS2 at Bartlett Park. A lovely end to a wonderful year, full of fun and learning. Enjoy the summer holiday together, and we look forward to seeing you all again in September.

Immersive Theatre Installation and Exhibition at UEL

“Open Minds” is a cross-media, immersive theatre project about the brain and mental health. With an emphasis on developing self-esteem through active, multi-sensory learning and inclusion, all activities are adapted to every pupil’s needs and abilities. Last Friday, pupils from year 4 participated in an immersive theatre installation, created work for a public exhibition, and took part in a panel discussion with neuroscientists and mental health experts.


Sports Day

Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the Lansbury Lawrence Sports Day at Bartlett Park. Organised into teams, each class participated in a range of activities – sprints, egg & spoon race, tug of war, long jump, obstacle course and many more. 

Goodbye and Good Luck from the Lion King

Shaun Escoffery who plays Mufasa and George Asprey who plays Scar in the Lion King musical at The Lyceum Theatre sent our Year 6 children a message wishing them goodbye and good luck for the future. Hakuna Matata!

Help during the holidays

Bow Foodbank offers breakfast parcels for anyone who needs help during the holidays. Do be aware that they have limited opening hours, so it is worth giving them a call or checking the website before setting out on a journey.


Friday 19th July

End of term – 2pm

Wednesday 4th September

Welcome back to school!