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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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  • 28/02/24

    We are Victorians, loved by Historians

    Year 6 brought the Victorian age to life this week with their class assembly which covered many aspects of the Victorians. 
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  • 28/02/24

    New Paving

    The paving was completed at the front of the school during the half term and it looks great.
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  • 28/02/24

    Happy Lunar New Year

    On the final day of the last half term the PFA held a Lunar New Year sale after school and it was a great success, enjoyed by all.
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  • 09/02/24

    Survey Summaries

    Thank you to everybody that responded to our parent survey – we had over 85 responses!
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  • 09/02/24

    Safer Internet Day

    Safer Internet Day took place this week, with celebrations and learning based around the theme ‘Inspiring change, making a difference, managing influence and navigating change online’.
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  • 07/02/24

    Shade Umbrellas

    Our new umbrella shades were finished earlier this week. 
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  • 07/02/24

    Eddie the Penguin Saves the World!

    We thoroughly enjoyed the Key Stage 1 production of Eddie the Penguin Saves the World!
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  • 02/02/24

    Celebrating 25 Years

    Congratulations to Father Martin as he has clocked up 25 years of service as the Parish Priest at St Luke's Church. 
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  • 26/01/24

    Rescuing people

    On Monday, Reception children visited St Luke's Church.
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  • 10/01/24

    Top of the table

    According to the Department for Education’s annual performance tables published just before Christmas, St Luke’s C.E. Primary School is the top performing school in the Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
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  • 10/01/24

    Free lunches extended

    The Mayor of London has announced that the funding for Universal Free School Meals has been extended for another academic school year between September 2024 and July 2025.
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  • 21/12/23

    Christmas Joy

    The choir visited The Kingston Market yesterday to spread a little Christmas joy to the shoppers.
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