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St Matthews CofE Primary School

St Matthew's

Church of England Primary School

Believing, Achieving, Succeeding

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  • 16/01/19

    Letters from Shelter & British Heart Foundation

    We wanted to say a huge 'thank you' to all our families who so generously donated money during our Christmas performances in the church. Today we recieved letters from Shelter and the British Heart Foundation thanking us for our donations. It is wonderful to feel that as a school we are supp...
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  • 21/12/18

    Merry Christmas from us all

    We have had a wonderful morning in the church today with Rev. Helen looking towards Christmas Day and the celebration of the birth of Jesus. Year Six gave us a superb rendition of Silent Night which included makaton signing. The children created the nativity scene with Helen.  From us a...
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  • 20/12/18

    Faith team visit Kingston Childrens hospital

    For Christmas,children and parents from St Matthew’s School decided to donate presents to those staying in hospital over the festive season. A selection of the Faith team from years 5 and 6 played the role of Father Christmas by going to the hospital and delivering around 100 present...
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  • 19/12/18

    Book swap!

    St. Matthew's C of E Book Swap was again extremely successful with many children  coming and swapping their old books with new ones. The children were extremely excited to have new books to read over the holidays. Thank you to all who contributed and joined in with the day...
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  • 18/12/18

    Thank you!

    Thank you for all your kind donations to the Foodbank Box this past half term. Miss Collins and Miss Bennett dropped off the food to a local drop off point last night and were so happy to fill the box there. Miss Collins is sure that all the people who will be receiving your wonderful donations will...
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  • 29/11/18

    We've achieved our School Games Gold 2017-2018

    We are so proud of all the children and staff that participated in sports at a competitive level last year as we have now achieved our Gold mark! Thank you to Miss Tibbs for all the hard work she invested in organising teams to take part in a variety of different sports from cross cou...
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  • 22/11/18

    Sport Champion Kimberley Renicks visits school!

    What a brilliant visit from Sports for Champions judo champion, Kimberley Renicks!  This fundraising company helps unsponsored Team GB athletes on their way to either the Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games or the European and World Championships. Sports for Champions believe that within eve...
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  • 13/11/18

    Remembrance Day

    On Friday as a school we came together to remember all the fallen heroes from all the past wars but particularly WW1. Children from Y6 read poems and shared what they have learnt about local soldiers from our area. Throughout the school children have been representing what this day means to the...
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  • 13/11/18

    Parent Governor Election - Result

    Friday 11th November The votes for our parent Governor election have been counted and St. Matthew's are delighted to announce that Mr Richard Lightfoot and Mrs Vicky Lelliott have been elected as our new Parent Governors'. St. Matthew's Primary would like to tha...
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  • 13/11/18

    Friendship Week & Odd Socks!

    Yesterday we started off our schools Friendship Week with an odd sock day! The reason behind this was to celebrate everybody's INDIVIDUALITY and the things that makes us UNIQUE! This week we are very much going to be thinking about KINDNESS to one another and how we can all work as...
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  • 10/10/18

    Keeping packed lunches healthy and interesting

    How to Keep Packed Lunches Healthy and Interesting Nutritional Therapist, Amanda Ashy-Boyd, recognises this can be challenging, but urges all parents to “give children food that they know and love, and most importantly give them food that is real.”    “Instead of...
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  • 09/10/18

    NSPCC - Speak out, stay safe programme

    The NSPCC  came to the school to talk to the children about the Speak out Stay safe programme, which will ensure all children aged 5-11 learn this essential safeguarding information in a lively, interactive and memorable way. By the end of the visit we wanted to...
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