I hope our website will give you a sense of what a fantastic family school St Luke’s is. This website contains information about our school, please also feel free to download our prospectus. Of course you will only get a true sense of us as a school by coming to visit us! I believe that St Luke’s C of E Primary School is an excellent school, where the needs and aspirations of every individual child are very important and we continually strive to provide a happy, caring environment with a family and purposeful atmosphere, where each child has the opportunity to achieve his or her potential. I look forward to meeting prospective parents and to be able to show you around our school. If you would like to arrange this, or to receive any further information, please feel free to contact me.
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News at St Luke's
See our News page here to read all about the activities and events at St Luke’s. The Calendar also includes future events, keep up to date here with the future events
We are delighted to announce that we have arranged for an author, Neil Arkey, to spend the day working with us throughout the school. He is a published children’s author who has also been involved with TV production. Please see the Wikipedia entry below for background. Neil Arks
On the 27th February, 100 KS2 children visited 4 places of worship in the city, including a gudwara, a mosque and a cathedral. All the pupils showed great respect and learned a lot about the practices of different faiths.
We will let you know the result of the OFSTED inspection as soon as the report is published – usually in about 2 weeks. The OFSTED inspectors wanted us to pass on thanks to all the children and parents: the children for being so positive and polite and to the parents for the way
All parents and carers are invited to a session on how to keep your child safe online – tablets, phones and games consoles – not just PCs and laptops. Incidents we have had to deal with have been caused by the children when at home – not at school! See you at 7.45pm
We are about to begin an exciting theme week learning about Russia (to tie in with the Winter Olympics). Our Art Focus will be on aspects of Russian art. Parents remember you have a chance to view the artistic masterpieces on Thursday 13 February from 2.30 pm.
Each class learned about an important Christian value: Love, Respect, Friendship, Forgiveness, Fairness, Thankfulness. Mrs Goodman (from St Luke’s Church) started off the day with an assembly – she then worked with Year 4 and 5 in the morning. Children across the school sh
On 21 January, Brian returned to St Luke’s to lead all classes through 30 minutes of high energy activity using brains as well as bodies! Children had gathered sponsors and so far we have raised as awesome £600. (Please send in the remaining sponsor money if you have not yet don
A brilliant Christmas Market was attended by hundreds of parents and children, relatives and local residents. Cards made during the week raised an impressive £193.94 and when this was added to the £1350.51, it gave a grand total of £1,544.45. A very big thank you to all the members o
2 minutes silence was observed in school. Key Stage 2 pupils stood outside and later spent time learning about the act of remembrance. Younger pupils observed the silence in their classes with their teachers. When the cannon went off – that’s when we started the silence
We would like to express our thanks to the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) for donating money to enable quiet / talk / reflective areas to be situated in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 playgrounds. As a reminder to us all – please support the PTA by being actively involved on the committee and future supporting events. The resources provided by the PTA do make a difference to our children! If you are interested in becoming involved in the PTA, please contact the school office who will pass your details on the relevant committee members.