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 place available. Please enquire at the school office for further details.
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.
Children from Year 4 spent the day with the school’s business partner Oracle developing team building skills and working with Lego Robots. Pupil voices ‘We enjoyed programming the Lego robots and working with the other children from different schools.’ ‘The thing we found the most challenging was building the exact replica of the Lego building. It […]
Big congratulations to all St Luke’s pupils for their achievements this term. Everyone has worked extremely hard. A special mention must go to the ‘Super-Stars’ and those with 100% attendance.
Year 6 classes enjoyed their house sports activity this term. Children participated in house football. It was a very close competition with the winning houses, Blue and Yellow receiving 43 points.
As a result from class and school council meetings Key Stage 1 requested to have an After school Art Club. The Year 1 Art club began this half term. Children are taking an Art journey through the following themes: * Bubble paint * Dripping-Action Paint * Collage * Mono print The pictures displays how the children avoid […]
The Sports Grant that the school receives over two years is used in a wide range of areas to enhance school sport and physical activity. At St Luke’s we use this grant to develop lunchtime activities, support staff with the teaching of Physical Education and provide after school clubs. Only recently the school provided pupils with the […]
Through class meetings, it was highlighted to improve some of the playtime equipment. It was also highlighted at breakfast club about having a wider range of reading materials to read such as magazines. As a result the school council chose equipment such as skipping ropes, scooters and a variety of indoor and outdoor balls.
As the end of the Autumn term draws to a close, the prospect of Christmas cheers us and lifts our spirits away from the cold, dark and damp weather of the season. On behalf of the governors I would like to say thank you to Clare Sealy and Hafeez Khan, the school staff and the […]