Well that really was a race to remember! The children and teachers did an amazing job lining their coins up. The overall winners were Year One! Thank you to all the parents and children for collecting all their 5 penny pieces to raise an amazing £293.20! Well done to you all!

Tiger and Leopard class in Year 4 have begun an exciting topic on The Vikings! The children have been learning about the famous Lindisfarne invasion in AD 793, when the Vikings first invaded England to take land, money and power. The children took a ‘vow of silence’ and used drama to act as the monks that…

This week we held our very first cultural day. We are part of a diverse, multi-cultural community and it was fantastic to celebrate this with children and their families. It was lovely to see so many children dressing in clothes from their own or others cultures and the staff looked great as well! To start…

Following the Government’s decision to allow schools to use their own assessment systems, I am inviting you to a Family Learning Programme to hear about the new assessment system we are implementing across the Loxford Trust. This meeting will last 30 minutes and will give you a greater overview of how we are assessing your…

The school choir were lucky enough to take part in Redbridge’s Choral Festival at the Royal Albert Hall last week. This event only takes place every two years and this is the first time our school has taken part. We had many comments from other schools regarding the children’s excellent behaviour and enthusiasm for the…

Bored in the half term? Then why not explore spring? This half term be inspired and create a spring masterpiece. It’s up to you how you do this BUT the more imaginative the better. You could create a: Collage Painting Photographic collage Model Poster Leaflet /fact file       A prize will be awarded…

The Pupil Leadership Team and the Eco Warriors took to the streets around the school as part of the Clean for The Queen campaign. Clean for The Queen is a campaign to clear up Britain in time for Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday, which will be officially celebrated in June 2016. When she came…

On Tuesday 9th February, Years 3, 4 and 5 took part in an exciting assembly led by Bilal Khan from Team London. Through an inspiring assembly, Bilal spoke to our school about how we can make a difference in our local community through volunteering. The children were bursting with ideas and really engaged with the…

  We have had another great World Book Day with all staff and children making an extra special effort to dress as their favourite book characters. This year we had some amazing home made costumes proving that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to look the part! The staff were unrecognisable in…

As you will have noticed hoarding has been erected in the lunch hall whilst builders work on the kitchen build. To brighten this area up, Year 5 children have been working with some visiting artists to create our own graffiti piece of art. This is part of their art project this term and they have…