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

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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

Nursery – 2015/16

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.

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Music Days – March 2015

On Wednesday 4th March, 10 children, who read music, went to Rich Mix for the Strings rehearsal day. The day was organized by THAMES music. We were taught three new pieces of music. After we were taught the new pieces and practiced them, parents came to watch our mini performances. It was a great experience! […]

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FA Football Development

The Football Association coaches have been working with the Year 3 Class teacher, Support Staff and children in their PE sessions this half term. The aim of the project is to assist Teaching staff with the delivery of PE units of work.

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Vertical Mentoring – Project Leadership

Year 6 children have been leading a range of different activities at lunchtime. Currently they are leading Dance, Performance and Art sessions. Pupil Voices ‘I liked how we painted on our hands, it made me tickle.’ Year 1W pupil ‘I enjoyed making the landscapes.’ Year 1W pupil

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Engage to compete – February 2015

All this week children have been involved with the Engage to Compete team participating in a range of sports activities. The aim of Engage to Compete is: Help increase children’s participation in physical activity Increase children’s engagement in competition The team also conducted training workshops with MDA staff and Year 5 Leaders. ‘I enjoyed the training […]

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