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St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

High expectations, by all, for all, reflecting the example of Jesus

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  • 26/05/22

    Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

    Children enjoyed celebrating the Platinum Jubilee!
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  • 22/04/22

    School priorities

    After consultation with various groups involved in school, we have set broad strategic priorities that set the tone for what we all want to achieve. 
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  • 22/04/22

    Easter projects completed

    We are very excited about our Easter projects! 
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  • 25/03/22

    Wear a Hat Day

    Today we supported Wear a Hat Day, a very worthwhile charity that really helps to transform the lives of people.   
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  • 04/03/22

    WBD 2022

    Congratulations to the whole school for taking part in a variety of activities to celebrate World Book Day.  
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  • 04/03/22

    In the Romans!

    Well done to Year 3, who performed their class assembly in front of their siblings and parents.
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  • 11/02/22

    Pirates and Mermaids

    We thoroughly enjoyed our Key Stage 1’s production!
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  • 11/02/22

    NSPCC Number Day

    We’ve had a great day today, full of numbers!
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  • 06/01/22

    New Leisure Centre Request

    Kingston Council would like to hear from children and young people on the latest designs for the new leisure centre.
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  • 10/12/21

    Christmas Carolling

    The choir visited John Lewis on Monday to spread a little Christmas joy to the shoppers. 
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  • 10/12/21

    Christmas Hoops

    Children in all classes have been working hard on producing magnificent Christmas hoops to decorate the school hall.  
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  • 10/12/21

    Arise King Arthur!

    On Monday, the children were enthralled watching the Hobgoblin performance of ‘The Legend of King Arthur’.
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