For Your Information
The summer holidays will finally be here at 215pm on Tuesday 23rd July and hopefully the sun will make an extended appearance too!
There are lots of things available to families throughout the summer and we have displayed this information on the noticeboards in the alleyway between the main gates to both sites. We have listed activities to do, cheap or free places for children to eat and information about courses happening for families supporting children with additional needs. Don't forget to take a photo when you are collecting your child at the end of the day!
We are aware that the holidays are not always easy as normal routine and everyday life is suddenly changed (and that's for children too, not just us adults!). If you are finding it challenging, then please visit our website page which lists the support agencies available: Signposts to support home adults
We hope you all have an enjoyable break and can't wait to see you back on Wednesday 4th September for another exciting year ahead!
School Blog PE News! Local Fields to Premier Dreams: U11's Girls Primary Stars Tournament at Arsenal Youth Academy

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Local Fields to Premier Dreams: U11's Girls Primary Stars Tournament at Arsenal Youth Academy

By Will Barnett, in PE News! - Thursday, 21 March 2024

In the heart of London, dreams were sparked as our talented girls football team embarked on an unforgettable journey to the prestigious Arsenal Youth Academy. Amongst the roaring cheers and palpable excitement, these budding football stars showcased their skills and unwavering determination in an under 11's football tournament. As the matches unfolded, each game became a testament to their dedication and teamwork. Though they faced formidable opposition, their determination remained unyielding finishing third in their group – an incredible achievement.

Amidst the thrilling matches, an unexpected surprise awaited the girls. They were granted the opportunity to catch a glimpse of footballing royalty—the Premier League trophy. The gleaming silver trophy stood as a symbol of excellence and served as a source of inspiration for our young athletes, fuelling their aspirations and reminding them of the heights they could reach with hard work and perseverance. But the excitement didn't end there. The girls were also treated to an extraordinary experience as they played games in 'The Dome,' a state-of-the-art facility within the Arsenal Youth Academy and a meeting with Arsenal legend Faye White – the longest serving female captain of England to date!

A huge thank you to Premier League Primary Stars, Luke Wilkins and Stevenage FC for the privilege of representing the club. The girls had an amazing time!