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Headteacher’s Blog: Creating Independent Learners

The arrival of a new Reception cohort this term once again delighted and amazed me. Each year I seem to forget just how young our children are when they begin full-time, formal education – some turning the age of four just days before the start of the school year. These young ladies have enrolled with…

Buddy’s Big Workout NSPCC Charity Event

On Friday 22nd September, the pupils at St. Anthony’s Girls will be taking part in a sponsored workout in support of the NSPCC. The pupils will work through a circuit of sprints, skipping and throwing – all completed within a set time frame for a healthy fundraising activity! Thank you to all our our parents…

MULTICULTURAL WEEK 2ND-6TH OCTOBER 2017

We are celebrating the many cultures represented in our school community with a week of themed activities, workshops and assemblies. The week will conclude with a Multicultural celebration which parents and families are invited to participate in. We look forward to some of the parent led workshops organised by our wonderful St. Anthony’s parent body.

Fit to Dance Workshop 13th September 2017

Fit to Dance Workshop 13th September 2017

On Wednesday, the girls embarked on their first whole school trip – and Reception’s first trip ever – to Oxford St’s Danceworks Studio. The girls attended a Fit to Dance workshop organised by Disney On Ice which celebrated movement, exercise and fitness through storytelling. The girls were split into two groups led by Disney On…

NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe.

Today the NSPCC visited our school and delivered their Speak out. Stay safe. assembly to share information with your child about how they can keep themselves safe from harm and get help if they have any worries. It was a very empowering session for the children. They encouraged our children to have conversations with trusted…

The Power of Pictures

Designing a bespoke school curriculum was by far the most enjoyable of the challenges I faced when preparing for the opening of our school last summer. My first and most important task was to decide what our approach to literacy would be. Without hesitation, I implemented a scheme called ‘The Power of Reading’, an initiative…

#playmatters

The most rewarding part of my role as an educator is witnessing the joy experienced by a child when they are at play. Play is the time for creating our own ideas, making new discoveries, finding interest in our environment and sharing enjoyment with those around us. Too often in my time working with children…

Mindfulness in the classroom

Mindfulness in the classroom

What do legs feel like from the inside? Which animal is your mind like right now? Since waking up this morning, what have you done on autopilot? Year 3 have been busy exploring unusual questions like these in recent weeks during their PSHE lessons. As part of an introduction to mindfulness, the girls experimented with…

Headteacher’s Blog: Maths…it’s good to talk!

Having celebrated our very first Maths Week, the girls left on Friday afternoon buzzing with excitement for Maths. Additional activities and workshops were organised with the aim of creating a spark for a subject which doesn’t always come top of the popularity poll amongst 8 year old girls. Our young mathematicians became ‘pattern spotters’ and…

Year 3 Trip to the Natural History Museum

Last Friday 28th April, Year 3 visited the National History Museum in South Kensington in order to explore and discover more about their Science topic, Rocks. During their visit, the girls undertook the geologist challenge, setting off on a race against time to complete 6 challenges found in the Earth’s Treasury gallery before time was up. Challenge titles…