There have been more than 100 suspected cases of measles reported in Wandsworth since the end of September, mostly among school children and young adults. What is measles and why is it dangerous? Measles is a highly-infectious viral infection that anyone can catch, including adults. It usually starts with a runny nose, red eyes, cough […]
OpenView Education will hold a 45 minute special parent/carer workshop on Thursday 13th February at 9am. The workshop offers useful tools, support and guidance to help all parents and carers have conversations with their children about their online footpath. We hope to see you there.
This year the children of Shaftesbury Park will embark on a journey to the past via the Battle of San Romano, Paolo Uccello, 1438-40. The children have been given the task of interpreting the art in whichever form they feel necessary, the ‘Take one picture’ project is completely child led. The process will be recorded and […]
This week the children will be given the task of designing a piece of playground equipment that could be featured in our playground. Throughout the week the children will work in teams applying their Enterprise Skills to research, design and even create a pitch about their chosen piece of playground equipment. Please follow us on our […]
This is a non-uniform day where each child donates £1 to wear ‘spots’ to school.
Come along to our harvest festival celebrations. EYFS/KS1 lower hall @9:45am – Thursday 10th October & KS2 Ascension church @2pm Wednesday 16th Otober. We are collecting food donations for the charity Ace of Clubs, please send in as many non-perishable foods as possible. Thanks you
All parents are welcome to attend our annual film night this Friday @6:30-8pm.The children will be well looked after by members of staff, where they will watch a film and enjoy some pop corn. This is a chance for parents, governors and staff to talk about our school.
Come along to our coffee morning on Friday 27th September. Please bring your donations to the school office by Thursday afternoon. Bake it or fake it, at work or at home and make a difference to people living with cancer.