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  • Christmas Performance

    Published 16/12/22
    Christmas Performance Yesterday selected children and many of those that learn musical instruments in school and are part of the school choir performed a Christmas play and some Christmas songs to the whole school. We even had Mr Cumber on the sta
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  • Choir perform at Barclays Bank

    Published 09/12/22
    On Thursday we had a very excited choir performing at Barclays bank in Harrow town centre. They performed in front of the Mayor and had a visit from Santa too. The children had a lot of fun and brought lots of festive joy to everyone around.
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  • Winter Fair

    Published 02/12/22
    It was the Winter Fair today! We hope you have managed to come and enjoy all the events here. We'd like to say a big thank you to all the staff and parents who have made this possible - see below for how you can help us make these events
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  • Anti-bullying & War Memorial in Wealdstone

    Published 18/11/22
    On Monday we all wore odd socks to school to show our support for anti-bullying week. Bullying is not tolerated at Elmgrove - you may remember the children created their own anti-bullying slogan last year "Take a Stand - Lend a Hand" and al
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  • We are in the new building!

    Published 02/11/22
    After nearly 5 years of planning and 2 years 2 months in our temporary home we are finally in our new building! We did it! It is absolutely stunning. The half-term move was relatively painless, and this was due to the hard work and dedication of our
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  • KS1 Multi Skills Festival

    Published 19/10/22
    Yesterday we took part in the Multi Skills Festival at St Bernadette's Primary School. The festival was set up as a carousel, where the children moved round the course taking part in a variety of games ranging from throwing bean bags, an obstacle
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  • Hockey Tournament

    Published 14/10/22
    "Yesterday we went to St Bernadette's for a hockey tournament. Two of them were the local team, St Bernadette's. We managed to win our first match 5-1 and drew against their second team 3-3. On our third match against Camrose we achieved
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  • Pioneer Centre 06.10.2022

    Published 07/10/22

    The children have enjoyed a very busy day with the weather being very kind to us. They now have an evening of board games, movie night and snack sharing ahead of their last night. Many faced their fears today by tackling a trek course on high ropes and abseiling and are now looking forward to the evening visit to the tuck shop too!

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  • Pioneer Centre Update 5.10.2022

    Published 06/10/22

    We have had a great first day with the children settling in well and having already squeezed in the following activities: Trek course, archery, high ropes, caving and inflatable course. We are just about to head off for a campfire (and the rain has held off for us on the whole) before returning to the lodges for some biscuits before bed. 

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  • New Building update

    Published 30/09/22

    A few more weeks and we will be ready to move into the new building! A reminder school will be closed on dates that fall either side of half term as we will to need pack items in our existing building to move into our new school. Children will be given online or packs of work to do at home on these dates.

    School will be closed (no children in school) for packing up and moving to new build on these dates:

    Thursday 20th October

    Friday 21st October

    Monday 31st October

    Tuesday 1st November











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  • The BGC Charity Event 2022

    Published 29/09/22

    The BGC Charity Event 2022 took place at Churchill Place on Thursday 29th September 2022. It remembers those who passed away on September 11th 2001. We went because BGC is partners with the Mayor’s Fund for London and we were the champions of the Count on Us Primary Challenge.

    We began our journey at 8:15am from Northwick Park Station. We got on our first train which was only a few stops until we arrived at Finchley Road. Next, we swapped onto another train which was 12 stops to Canary Wharf. We got off the train and we admired the beauty of the place. So many tall buildings upon us. It was a six-minute walk to the building and it looked very grand. We were welcomed warmly by the people who worked at the front desk. We were led to the elevator and we got to a floor where it was full of fun activities. We were taken to a room where there was air hockey, bean bags and a disco floor. After some time of looking around, we got our hair done. We got our face painted and got extensions put in our hair. The people were very talented. Another school had arrived and it was Nelson Primary (the runners up of the competition). We went up and saw the trading floors, they were very fun. We got a picture with a former England and Manchester United Defender Rio Ferdinand. Other celebrities we saw on the trade floors included: Sam Allardyce, Laura Whitmore (we were in the elevator with her), Amanda Holden, Davina McCall and Ben Shepard. A zoo visited and we were able to see many animals and Battersea Dogs came with adorable puppies. We got to make our own hats and a magician came and showed us a few tricks while we were having our lunch.

    We were able to visit some of the offices and we were able to do some trading ourselves. We challenged the adults to a 24 game and of course we won. We also were handed headphones because we were doing a silent disco. We had a great time at the event and we thank BGC and the Mayor’s Fund for London for this wonderful opportunity which we will cherish.

    Wrtten by Faryal 6B





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  • Year 3 Stone Age and Iron Age Workshop

    Published 21/09/22

    As part of our exciting topic, ‘Back in time', Year 3 took part in a fantastic workshop day led by one of our Stone Age ancestors! During this visit, the Neolithic Stone Age man arrived, as he did around 12,000 years ago, wearing his fur pelt and carrying his spears and borer. During the workshop the children made their own spearheads out of salt dough, took part in recreating scenes from the Stone Ages and making their own replica of Stonehenge. The children had a great day exploring life in the Stone Ages.







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