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. 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. In 2014, OFSTED judged us to be a GOOD school. The Church of England inspection rated us OUTSTANDING. 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 (including printouts of documents on this website,) please feel free to contact me via the school office.
Parental feedback indicates that you appreciate the newsletters and they will continue to be sent out weekly by email, usually each Thursday. The newsletters are available here. We will also keep you informed about other things (e.g. PTA, letters from staff, sporting events and successes) by sending out other letters as needed.
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
On Thursday 11 th November, children across the school enjoyed a Remembrance Theme Day. There were many activities including making poppies, painting poppy pictures, making wreathes, learning WW1 songs, finding out about life in the trenches and writing their own war poems.
It’s time to send in the shoeboxes! Many have already been delivered to school. If you haven’t got one yet – collect one from the school office and fill it with gifts for a primary school aged child. Hurry – they ares oon to be collected. Thanks Mr Murray for o
We are all loooking forward to a brilliant Sports Day this year – on the morning of Thursday 26th June. The children will be showing off their sporting prowess on a whole range of different activities and the emphasis is on participation, participation, participation!
‘Justice’ is the Christian value for this half of the term so all our assemblies will explore this theme. Please ask your child what he/she has been finding out. Classes are also using the Peace Garden for activities and some collective worship assemblies.
On the 20th May 2014, KS1 children visited the Botanical Gardens as part of the ‘How Does Your Garden Grow’ topic. They did art work, map work and found out about ingredients for their ‘Around the World’ cake. It was also followed up by some writing. Green fing
The Police will deliver a presentation on social networking, digital footprints, on-line gaming and cyber bullying on Wednesday 14th May at 3.45pm in the school hall. There will be an opportunity for parents and carers to ask questions. It is important to know how you can prevent you
We would like all our pupils to do some work on their familiy heritage during the Summer holidays. It could be family tree work or it could be about the different backgrounds in your family. It could be about places people have lived and moves they have made.
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.