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SCHOOL STARTS FOR PUPILS IN YEARS 1 - 6 ON TUESDAY 8TH SEPTEMBER 2015. 

PUPILS STARTING IN THE RECEPTION CLASS HAVE BEEN WRITTEN TO PERSONALLY WITH THEIR NEW DATES.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

Welcome

Welcome to our school website - I hope that it will give you a glimpse of what St. Luke’s Primary School is about. We offer excellent pastoral care to our children, and our creative curriculum coupled with our strong sense of community ensures that we are a happy, forward-thinking and successful school.

Our mission statement says that “Christian values and high expectations are at the heart of all aspects of our school life”. Staff strive to deliver stimulating, fun, engaging and challenging daily learning experiences for our children through the National and International Primary Curriculum. Our pupils thrive here and we aim to inspire them to become independent, resilient, lifelong learners, whilst working together in partnership with parents, carers, the Church and the wider community.

We are very proud of our recent achievements at St. Luke’s. We have a dedicated and strong team of staff, working closely with parents and governors, ensuring good or better teaching and learning, enabling our learners to achieve great results. As a result, the school has recently been awarded the Educational Outcomes Award and a National Award for Progress.

I hope you enjoy our website and find the information contained here helpful. Please do not hesitate to come in and have a look around at any time.

Nicky Zeronian-Dalley

Executive Headteacher

 

I hope you enjoy our website and find the information contained here helpful.  Please do not hesitate to telephone the school if you have any queries on 020 8670 1981.

   

 

 

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  • You may have heard the phrase 'assessment without levels' and do not really understand what that means and the implications for the teachers and children at St. Luke’s School...

  • Meeting for Parents was held on Wednesday 8th October...

  •   On Tuesday 25th February 2014, we received a visit for one day from Ofsted. An inspector met with various groups of staff, governors, members of the Local Authority and the Southwark Diocesan...

  • Over the past few weeks we have been reviewing our behaviour policy to try to ensure that it is as effective as it can be in promoting the good behaviour we expect at school...