R.E. Inspection Report

R.E. Inspection Report

The report says:

"The teaching of Religious Education (R.E.) at St Patrick's is OUTSTANDING.....

Progress in R.E. continues to be GOOD.....

The Catholic life of the school is OUTSTANDING....."

The Chief Inspector congratulates the school on a 'WONDERFUL REPORT'.

See below for full report.

RE Inspection Report - Dec 16

Letter from Chief RE Inspector

 

Latest News

It's finally here - the new KS2 playground! It is fantastic to see the children having a such great time on the new equipment. A huge thank you to the whole school community for all the fundraising and donations to help make this project happen.
A bit of well earned downtime!
Back in the pool today for some canoeing instruction. The children were taught new skills including basic paddling strokes and rolling in the safe, warm swimming pool water.
Year 6 have been out orienteering today, exercising mind and body and learning map reading and navigation skills.
The activities just keep coming. Archery then the rock wall. We're tired just looking at the pictures!
Day 3 and fearless Year 6 are tackling the zip wire. Don't look down!
It has been a packed day at Arethusa today! The children started the day with a trip into Rochester to visit the castle and museums. This was followed by a team raft-building session in the afternoon. Year 6 will sleep well tonight!
Which class will be award the diamond this week for the fullest morning line? Follow us on Twitter to find out @StPatricksNW5
Year 6 have arrived at Arethusa safe and well. They are already in the pool and having fun. We wish them all a fantastic, action packed week!
Five of our children were chosen to represent St Patrick's at the Year of Mercy mass at Westminster Cathedral on Wednesday. The mass was a special occasion which was celebrated by Cardinal Vincent Nichols. We were so proud of the children’s behaviour and how well they represented our school.

The St Patrick's School Choir did their school proud, bringing Christmas cheer to Euston commuters on Tuesday morning. The carol singing event was organised by the Mayor of Camden, Larraine Revah, to raise funds for KIDS, a charity supporting disabled children, young people and their families. Well done to all involved!

A big thank you to all the parents and carers who were able to join us for our playground project fundraising meeting last Thursday. It was great to see so many of you there. Lots of fundraising ideas were discussed and we are very much looking forward to putting them into action and helping to make this exciting project a reality.

Some of Year 6 packing for their return home.

Here are some photos from the last few days in Rochester. The children look like they're having a magnificent time.

Another fun packed busy day in Rochester yesterday, 11th November.  The children participated in some archery, wall climbing and were even daring enough to try the zip wire.  We wonder if Mr Turpin was as brave as the children?

It has been an incredibly busy couple of days for our Year 6 children.
A very excited Year 6 have arrived safely at the Arethusa Centre in Kent for their residential trip. After their first night, Mr Turpin reports that there was plenty of snoring last night. Very good news indeed!

R.E. Inspection Report

The report says:

"The teaching of Religious Education (R.E.) at St Patrick's is OUTSTANDING.....

Progress in R.E. continues to be GOOD.....

The Catholic life of the school is OUTSTANDING....."

The Chief Inspector congratulates the school on a 'WONDERFUL REPORT'.

See below for full report.

RE Inspection Report - Dec 16

 

The Friends of St Patrick's are holding a coffee 'morning' to help raise funds for We are MacMillan, the cancer support charity. Coffee and cake will be served on Friday September 25th at 3.30pm in the playground. Do come and join us to help this good cause.

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