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St Matthews CofE Primary School

St Matthew's

Church of England Primary School

Believing, Achieving, Succeeding

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  • 03/12/18

    Tag Rugby House Competition

    Despite the rain, Year 6 have been competing in a House Tag Rugby competition. Today was their second game, and the scores are so close! Richmond have scored 6 tries, Hampton 8, Ewell 7 and Kingston 6. It's all to play for next week when we will see one of the house...
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  • 14/11/18

    Shakespeare's Globe Trip

    Last Wednesday, Year 6 took the train up to London Bridge to visit Shakespeare's Globe. They began the day by exploring the exhibition, and reading about all the plays that have been performed there. They then had a guided tour around the Globe itself, and even got to sing/act on stage. The day...
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  • 09/11/18

    St Matthew's Church - WW1 Memorial Exhibition

    On Friday, Amethyst and Garnet visited St Matthew’s Church to see the World War 1 Memorial exhibition.  They had a very informative talk about the effect that the war had on the local area, and the children discovered that many soldiers from our parish gave their...
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  • 10/10/18

    Engineering day!

    On Tuesday, we celebrated Engineering Day with an afternoon dedicated to learning about what engineering does, and trying out a few techniques in a group project.  The children were tasked with making a chair from cardboard.  No adhesives were permitted so the children had to...
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  • 03/10/18

    RE Visitors

    Yesterday, Year 6 had visitors from the community to talk about their beliefs. The children enjoyed listening to Jeremy Rodell's (a Humanist) and Dave Farris's (a Christian) beliefs, and what they do to support their local community. Many insightful questions were asked, and t...
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  • 03/10/18

    Year 6 Girls Football Match

    On Tuesday the 2nd October, seven Year 6 girls went to a Football tournament at Chessington School Sports Centre. The girls showed excellent team work, and progressively played better with each game. The children came fifth out of seven schools with one win, two draws and three l...
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  • 28/09/18

    Crown Court Service.

    This week, the house captains were lucky enough to attend the Crown Court Service at All Saints Church, Kingston, which was also attended by The mayor, the Representative Deputy Lord Lieutenant and the Judges. The service was to bless and pray for these officials in their coming year of office. We h...
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  • 27/09/18

    Shrewsbury House Sports Festival.

    Yesterday, a group of Year 6 children spent the morning at Shrewsbury House School, taking part in a Festival of Sport.  They enjoyed various different team games, including Diamond Cricket, Hand Ball, Football and Rugby.  There was no element of competition on the day, the...
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  • 14/09/18

    Year 6 House Captains

    After all the nominees put a fantastic effort into writing and presenting their wonderful persuasive speeches to all of their house cohort, the votes were counted. We are now proud to announce that our Year 6 House Captains for 2018-2019 are: Ewell: Samuel Beddingfield and Ana Culham King...
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  • 18/07/18

    Centre of the Cell

    Yesterday, Year 6 were lucky enough to visit a The Centre of the Cell a one of a kind interactive education experience suspended over the working laboratories at Queen Mary's University. The children learnt about cells within this pod shaped like a 16-cell-embryo before being able to play a rang...
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