St. Luke’s School is located on the Isle of Dogs in the heart of Docklands. It is a successful one form of entry school which is expanding to two forms. The school is currently attended by over 300 pupils from 3-11 years. At St. Luke’s we deliver a broad, rich and varied curriculum which includes a range of extra-curricular learning experiences through music, sport, art and educational trips. St. Luke’s is a happy school where our children can thrive and reach their potential. I hope you enjoy finding out more about our school through this website. Ms Clare Sealy - Interim Executive Head Teacher
We will be holding a meeting on the 21st of January at 6.30pm to give St Luke’s Parents the opportunity to learn about the recruitment process and timetable. Parents will also have the opportunity to help shape this recruitment, by sharing what they value about St Luke’s School and the Isle of Dogs community as […]
We will have full and part-time places available for prospective parents. Further details will follow in due course. Currently we have two part-time places available. Please enquire at the school office for further details.
Year 4 children have been working with Poppy, St Luke’s resident artist, on creating a range of lines and patterns through the use of different tools. This has been linked to their science theme ‘Looking at States’.
Year 4 and Year 5 have an exciting opportunity in their PE sessions this term. The PE sessions will be Rugby based and a Rugby coach will be teaching alongside each class teacher. This opportunity has arisen through the Clifford Chance Rugby Academy which has been created by Clifford Chance, the official law firm for […]
Year 2 have been learning about the Great Fire of London- As it started in a bakery, the children learnt how to make bread and then write instructions. ‘Master Chef’ Mr Quayle taught us lots of things. He showed us how to make bread and we tasted it with honey and butter. It was delicious!’ […]
We would like to thank and congratulate all pupils and staff for their efforts in the recent Christmas productions. It was a real pleasure to hear so many positive comments about them from parents and carers. We would also like to thank Pam, our choir and singing leader, for her efforts in this term.