"You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them." — Dr. Maya Angelou
Applying for Primary School
If your child was born between 01 September 2019 and 31 August 2020 your child can start Primary School in September 2024.
You need to apply for Primary School before 15 January 2024.
Please click this link to the eadmissions website.
Also see the Starting Primary School in Tower Hamlets 2024 booklet below.
If your child has an Education and Health Care Plan, please speak to Maria.
Please check out Tower Hamlets Cost of Living support page here.
Dates for your diary: please see the 'Newsletter' tab above too!
Family recipes please send us your meat-free favourite family recipe. 6th November Coffee & Chat - All parents/carers welcome (morning 9.15am and 12.35pm afternoon). 15th November - 8.40am Bike It Breakfast If you cycle or scoot to school, come and join us for a Brick Lane Beigel. 16th November Iroko Drummers visiting to celebrate music and culture from Nigeria with the children. 17th November Charity Cake Sale Children In Need- there will be a small cake sale at 11.45am and 3.25pm: donations of cakes and biscuits welcome.
1st December 9.15am Phonics Workshop with expert Nicole Gurvidi! Come and learn how to have fun while you teach your child to read. Week of 4th December: Parent/carer meetings with key workers: you will be invited to a meeting with your key person to celebrate your child’s progress and learning. 13th December Christmas Carols Around the Campfire in the garden: 11.30am and 2.45pm. 19th December Christmas Parties 9am -12pm: all children come to school in the morning and school finishes at 12pm. 20th December INSET: school is closed to children.
School reopens to children Wednesday 10th January 2024
If you would like to come for a tour of the nursery, please see the dates and times below.
You must book via the email address below.
Upcoming tour dates:
Weds 6 December at 10am - FULL
Wed 6 December at 3.45pm - FULL
Wed 17 Jan at 10am
Weds 7 Feb at 10am
Weds 13 March at 10am
We would appreciate a maximum of two adults per child
Please email Pam to book a place: firstname.lastname@example.org
Look at our fantastic garden! We are so fortunate to have an incredible outdoor space where children can access some challenging learning opportunities. Children need to learn to assess and take risks so they have an awareness of danger and can keep themselves safe: negotiating space and challenging climbing are essential developmental learning blocks which help with brain development. Please come outside when you drop your child off and see how the garden is used.