The school has received a letter from Rt. Hon. Nick Gibb MP, congratulating the school staff and pupils on our outstanding achievement in the 2018 phonics screening check.

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St. Patrick's Remembers...


To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Mr Cranitch and Year 6 School Council members reminded us of the ultimate sacrifice that families from our local area gave. Holmes Road saw 8 men lose their lives, Raglan Street 6 men and in the Kentish Town area 708 men.

The children read out information about some of the soldiers and reminded the children that they were once real people walking the same streets and looking at the same buildings 100 years ago as our school community do now. 

Later in the week, Year 6 led an assembly explaining to the children  some of the events of the war and why it is important to remember not only the 18m fathers, husbands, sons, and brothers that lost their lives, but also the roles played by women during this time.

On 8th November, we received a very touching letter from a 10 year old girl living in Ontario, Canada. Rachel attends a school called St. Patrick’s like ours, and sent some Canadian poppies as a way of saying Thank you to the veterans here “so I can live in a free country like Canada”. 

Year 6 wore the Canadian poppies with pride during their assembly and will be writing back to Rachel. (See News for pictures of the Year 6 assembly) 


Please take time to pray for the following residents of Holmes Road, Raglan Street and Inkerman Road who lost their lives during WWI.


W.L. Sutton, aged 19                          Reginald Haward, aged 23                         Charles Davies, aged 40                            AC Hill, age unknown          

William O’Neill, aged 22                     Harry Wilkinson, aged 33                           G. Weddell, aged 36                                   Albert Wingrove, aged 27

Albert Finnemore, aged 32                John Johnson, aged 29                               Frederick Hulance, aged 23                      Charles Green, aged 18

A. Cain, age unknown                        T. Parker, aged 42                                      Gerald Reeves, aged 20

                                             Walter Bannister, aged 23 and his brother Richard Bannister aged 21.





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Dates for your diary

Quiz Night - Friday 16th November 2018

Christmas Concert and Christmas Fair - Friday 14th December



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