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Learning with Passion, Inspired by Faith, Prepared for the Future: The St Luke's Way

We publish a regular newsletter.

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

Latest School News


We publish a regular newsletter which is sent home to parents.  We also publish them here on the website.  Click here for the newsletters.

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Children in Need

Thank you to everyone that took part in our Super Hero Day last Friday. We managed to raise a grand total of £274.55 for the charity.

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Trip to the Cutty Sark

We went to the Cutty Sark and had fun learning about the figure heads. We got to look in the sailors’ bedrooms and it was extremely smelly! Arnav – Class 2A

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This week, children in Key Stage 2 had e-safety workshops. They learnt about how to keep safe on the internet and pupils and staff signed an e-safety agreement. Children attending these workshops will be given a small poster to take home outlining some of the main guidelines to share with you. Workshops for pupils in […]

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School Council

Congratulations to the following pupils for being elected their class school council representative: 6K: Halima & Nahom 6T: Kaitlin & Samah Y5: Dylan & Chelsea Y4: Kai & Sneha Y3: William & Safa 2N: Harry & Harriet 2A: Paul & Kaveesha 1T: Blake & Kayla 1W: Fynley & Safa

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Spanish at St Luke’s

This provision has been extended to children in KS1 as well as KS2. Children will be taught Spanish, by a trained native speaker, through songs and games.

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