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Our Christian Value this term is...
‘For if you forgive men when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you.’
Matthew 6:14
Term dates

School terms 2017

End of term 4: Fri 31st March 2017

Holiday: 3rd April - 17th April 17

Start of term 5: Mon 18th Apr 2017

Key dates
22 Mar In Harmony performance
23 Mar Year 6 class collective worship
29/30 Mar Easter Performance


FREE cycle course for female parents and carers
10 week course starting Wednesday 26th April - limited places...
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In partnership with Lambeth Council and Sport England, Sustrans is offering female parents and carers at St. Stephen’s CE Primary School the opportunity to learn to ride a bicycle for free.

The 'Bike It You Can Too' course is for women who have never learnt to ride a bike, or have not cycled since childhood.

You will learn as part of a group led by an experienced instructor. The FREE 10 week course will take place at Herbert Morrison Primary School and will help you improve your skills and build your confidence. Don’t worry if you haven’t got a bike, you can borrow one which you will have the option to buy for only £60 at the end of the course. If you are interested in taking part, please contact Sam Jamieson at Sustrans.

The course begins after Easter on Wednesday 26th April after school drop-off.

Sam will also be hosting a coffee morning at Herbert Morrison Primary School on Thursday 20th April at 9.30am where you can find out more.


Year 6 SATS dates & time table
Get ready for the Year 6 SATS...
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...Make a note of the days below for the year 6 SATS.

Monday 8 May 2017 English reading
Tuesday 9 May 2017 English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 1: questions ​ English grammar, punctuation and spelling Paper 2: spelling
Wednesday 10 May 2017 Mathematics Paper 1: arithmetic
Mathematics Paper 2: reasoning
Thursday 11 May 2017 Mathematics Paper 3: reasoning

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World Book Day
Pictures of the children in costume...
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..On World book day, the children dressed up as their favourite book character.

The children thoroughly enjoyed dressing up as their favourite book character. Thank you to parents and carers for taking the time and effort to making it such a memorable day for the children and staff. The children enjoyed talking about their costumes and sharing their favourite book.

Every child brought in their favourite book and spent 10-15 minutes of the assembly reading quietly and then sharing it
with a friend.

Children were also given a £1 'World Book Day' Book token that can either be exchanged for one of ten special £1 World Book Day books or used to get £1 off any book costing £2.99 or more.

You can find out more about the books at

Congratulations to this year’s winners for
the most creative/funniest costume.

Early Years 
Girl - Zarah (Reception)
Boy - Dante (Nursery)

Girl - Kyara (Yr 2)
Boy - Surafel (Yr 1)

Girl - Aliya (Yr 3)
Boy - Makhie (Yr 5)


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February Newsletter
Keep up to date with all school events...
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...the St Stephen's February Newsletter is now available.

Topics included in the newsletter are:

  • EYFS grassed area
  • Christian values
  • Diary dates
  • New governors
  • Welcome - school nurse
  • Reminders

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Early Years out-door learning area gets make-over
The play area was given a green look over half term...
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The decking has been replaced with artificial grass.

After carrying out research, we decided to use artificial grass as it has many benefits such as -

  • Stops the mud!
  • ‘Free Flow' environment
  • Stimulates creative play
  • Creates a safe play area
  • Reduces accidents
  • Extremely durable
  • Low maintenance
  • Won’t be broken down under pressure.

Before and after pictures can be seen by clicking on the image above.

The next stage will involve varnishing, painting and brightening up the area. We plan to invest in some good quality learning resources to enhance the Early Years outdoor environment.

Read this term's Christian Value newsletter
This term we will be focussing in school on the value FORGIVENESS...
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...Everyone makes mistakes, it's part of being human. Sometimes our mistakes hurt others and then we need to say sorry.

Sometimes mistakes made by other people hurt us. When this happens we need to be able to forgtve. Forgiveness can be difficult and costly but without it a new start is impossible.

Talk together about:

  • A time when you needed to say SORRY
  • A time you didn't say sorry but wish you had
  • A time when you had to forgive someone who had hurt or upset you
  • How it feels when you are given a new start because someone has forgiven you

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Sick Child Advice to Parents
Please read the school letter...
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...the Headteacher has issued a letter about children that are sick and may have a virus.

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January Newsletter
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...the St Stephen's January Newsletter is now available.

Topics included in the newsletter are:

  • Welcome back
  • Reminders
  • Monthly prayer meetings
  • Spring Term Dinner Money
  • Outstanding Achievement Award

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