St. Luke’s C.E. Primary School is a safe, welcoming and nurturing school that offers a sense of belonging. We value our partnership with Christ Church which contributes to our distinct and rich Christian ethos. We are a growing school yet we pride ourselves that we know each and every child inside out. We do our best to help each child find their strengths and talents so that they will flourish and be challenged. Staff work in partnership with parents and carers to ensure that all children achieve their potential across our diverse community, having relentlessly high expectations of ourselves and others. We are innovative, aspirational and consistent in our holistic approach, constantly reflecting on our practice. In designing our curriculum we consider what skills and attributes our children will need to be successful lifelong learners. We try to make learning creative, stimulating, inclusive and fun with lots of challenge, setting ambitious goals for the future. We offer our children a vast range of opportunities to light the spark of their learning, giving them the skills and tools they need to take off and fly! Happy children make good learners. Rebecca Abrahams, Headteacher
Rebecca Abrahams has been appointed as the new Headteacher at St Luke’s, and will join us at the start of the summer term on Monday 13th April 2015. Read the Chair of (more…)
A brilliant dress up day for World Book day! A massive thank you to all the children who dressed up and to parents/carers for their support. Well done all at St Luke’s we raised £135 for charity to help provide books for children in Africa.
Year 5 and 6 Boys and Girls football teams made the recent Borough finals. The school represented the Isle of Dogs cluster and the children were able to apply their football skills that they have learnt at lunchtime football club. A special mention to the ‘St. Luke’s Strikettes’ (Year 6 Girls) who were undefeated through […]
Year 6 children have been involved in ‘inline skating’ as part of the after school sport provision. It was extremely poplar and ended with a ‘Roller Disco’. A big thank you to the instructor, Hugh.
Year 5 and 6 girls, who are part of the school’s music program, worked with local business partner ‘Oracle’ to create a presentation about the inspiration of being a young woman. The girls create an inspirational song and speech about how they are inspired by music. These were presented at a conference in George Green […]