We were invited to the Cathedral for a service to celebrate church schools, and took representatives of the governors, staff and pupils. It was lovely service and the children were amazed by the size and beauty of the Cathedral.
The week beginning 14th November was anti-bullying week at LAS. Our learning mentors ran workshops about bullying and explained what to do if we are being bullied.
On the 4th of November we enjoyed our annual Fireworks Event which was great fun. Many thanks to the Friends of LAS for organising this event.
On Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th October the year 6 children took part in Shakespeare workshops. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and got to show their considerable acting talent!
On Friday 7th October we all enjoyed art day! We tried out various different art activities and produced some great work for our International exhibition on 20th October. Why not pop along and see it?
Year 6 Literacy and trip to the Tower of London
Our Year 6 children left us to move on to their secondary schools! We wish them every future success and happiness.
We all enjoyed our final assembly for the year and Friends From Across the Sea presented special achievement awards!
Year 1 children joined in “Race For Life” to raise money for cancer research. We raised £318!!
The Queen’s 90th Birthday picnic!
On Friday 10th June we enjoyed a picnic in the playground in celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s 90th birthday. We listened to music from throughout the queen’s reign and enjoyed games she might have played when she was a child. Everyone had a fantastic time!
Year 4 trip to British Museum
On Wednesday 8th June, Year 4 went on a trip to the British Museum to see the Ancient Egyptian exhibitions. The children were extremely excited before the visit and were definitely not disappointed. They loved looking at all of the impressive and often towering statues. The mummy galleries were a particular favourite with the children (we had to warn them to be very quiet in case they woke the mummies up) !!
RE curriculum day
On Friday 27th May we had an RE curriculum day where we explored prayer. We looked at how, why, where and when people pray. We considered the role of prayer in our lives and what we pray for. Mr Rawding created an amazing prayer space in the hall where children had the opportunity to enjoy a wide range of activities designed to help them explore prayer in a variety of ways. More photographs of our RE day can be found on the RE page of this website under the “Curriculum” tab at the top of the page.
On Monday 23rd May year 6 embarked on their school journey to Overstrand Hall! You can follow their adventures on their blog by clicking the link below.
On Tuesday 17th May it was the turn of year 5 children to set off on their school journey to France! You can see photographs of their adventures on their blog, by clicking the link below.
Giant walking bus!
On Wednesday May 18th over 200 pupils from Latymer All Saints participated in a giant walking bus to promote the benefits of walking to school and road safety. The event provided a great opportunity for community cohesion with 3 other schools from the local area taking part. The children loved the fact that they got to meet the recently appointed Mayor of Enfield, Bernadette Lappage, who also joined us on our journey. Despite the wet weather the event was a great success and we all hope to participate again next year!
On Wednesday 27th April a very excited group of year 2 children set off on their school journey! You can see what they got up to on their blog, by clicking the link below.
Well done to everyone who made an Easter bonnet! This year we promoted sustainability by setting the challenge of making an Easter bonnet out of recycled materials. What imaginative children we have! Pictured are the lucky winners in KS1.
Well done to everyone who put on their trainers and completed our walk-a-thon in aid of Sport Relief!
Many thanks to everyone who donated food items for our Easter Food Bank collection. All items were taken to the Enfield Food Bank so that local families can benefit.
On 3rd March Latymer All Saints became Pirates to celebrate World Book Day! We enjoyed story telling workshops and lots of other book related activities. Take a look at some of our costumes.
On 3rd March the Latymer All Saints school choir travelled to Wembley to perform in the Voice In A Million event. Choirs from all around the country came together to sing a wide variety of songs. The staff who accompanied the children said the event was totally awe inspiring and the children sounded amazing! While they were there the children had the opportunity to find out more about the charity “Children United”.
YEAR FIVE STUDENTS VISIT TO THE TAYLOR WIMPEY BUILDING SITE IN GOFFS OAK
Our year five children visited Goffs Oak on 4th February as part of their learning about business week. They buried a time capsule which will be opened, hopefully in a hundred years. It contained a school jumper, a class picture, books, school certificates, a camera and a shoe to say the least. They also learned quite a bit about the houses that were being built by Taylor Wimpey and how they support low income housing as well as the high end of the market. Click on the link below the photograph to read the press release from Taylor Wimpey.
STEM day. Friday 12th February was STEM day at Latymer All Saints. STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering and Maths and during STEM day we did lots of fun activities related to these areas. Take a look at some of the cool activities we did!
ECOACTIVE! Throughout the Spring term our school council have been involved in the Eco active project. Some of the Keystage 2 school council class representatives went to the celebration event at the Science museum and enjoyed a variety of activites and celebratory cake!
Year 4 visited the Archaeological Museum
Year 4 visited the Archaeological Museum where they looked at Viking artefacts and learned about the Viking invasion of Britain. The children discovered fascinating facts about how the Vikings lived and even made their own Viking inspired brooches!
Year 3 children thoroughly enjoyed their topic about the Romans! They visited the Roman museum at Verulamium to see real Roman artefacts and experience life as a Roman during Roman day at school.