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Prayer Events Secondary Transfer information
Update on applications for secondary school places...
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...Secondary National Offer Day is on Monday 2nd March 2015

If a parent/carer applied online they will receive a text message and/or email on the evening of Monday 2/3/15 to say that the result of the application is available.

They then need to log in using their pre-given username and password to the London Grid for Learning portal via our website, www.lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions, then click on the secondary transfer 2015/16 link.

Parent/carers are advised to accept the offer made – as all children have been offered a place, either from their Common Application Form (CAF) or an allocated (forced offer when no offer could be made from their CAF). They should do this online (or using the posted reply form if applied by paper form) by 16 March or risk losing this offer. By accepting the offer this does not prevent other possible offers being made for preferences listed as ‘pending’ (not offered) after 2/3/15.
However, if a parent/carer has already got another school place e.g. private school or is adamant that they do not want to accept the offer, they can reject the offer online (or on the reply form) and must state the reason why the offer has been rejected – including any offered school name. NB. Once an offer has been rejected it cannot be re-offered, instead a new application would be needed.

Whether the application was made on a paper or an online form, everyone will be sent an outcome letter on 2/3/15 – the day it physically leaves our office first class post. Please see below copies of the Q&A sheets to help parents on what to do after receiving an offer.

My child has received an allocated place...
What do I do next?
 
My child has not been offered their
first preference secondary school…
What do I do next?


Prayer Events 24-7 Prayer across Lambeth for Lent
5th March to 20th April non stop prayer across Lambeth...
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24-7 Prayer across Lambeth...We are praying non-stop for the whole of lent. Please sign up to either pray for an hour or be a security person. We need people to pray and people to be around to enable others to pray.

Please sign up at lovelambeth.org to pray for
an hour.


Find out more on the links below.

ST JOHN’S, ANGELL TOWN >
 
ST PAUL’S BRIXTON >


Prayer Events Come along to an immigration workshop
At St John's Angell Town Primary School...
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chinese new year...New Citizens Legal Service and our schools communities in the Brixton area invite you to:

AN IMMIGRATION WORKSHOP

on Tuesday 10th March 2015 from
5:30 - 7:30pm
(Doors open at 5:15pm)

Our Immigration Workshop
will help you by:


Providing you with access to a free and confidential one to one advice session

Referring cases to our trustworthy and affordable advisors.

Providing you with a better understanding of what good quality immigration advice is.

Helping you to map good and bad advice in your community and assisting you to employ good quality lawyers.

Download the invite >


Prayer Events Chinese New Year
The Year of the Goat...
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chinese new year...The Chinese New Year of the Goat will be on 19 February 2015. It is also known as the Year of the Sheep or Ram, since the Chinese word does not specify the difference.

Until then, it is still the Year of the Horse which began on 31 January 2014.

What is Chinese New Year?

Find out what Chinese New Year is about, its importance as a festival in China and when it is celebrated. Learn how the timing of this festival is based on the phases of the moon known as the Lunar calendar.

Learn more >


Prayer Events Saturday School for Years 4, 5 and 6 with SHINE
SHINE @ the BLC project...
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...For most young people the prospect of waking up early to attend school on a Saturday morning would be their worst nightmare. However, this is not true for the group of 60 young people, in years 4-6, from our cluster primary schools who are choosing to do this, for 10 Saturdays each term, as part of the SHINE @ the BLC project.

SHINE @ BLC is provided by the schools in the Brixton Learning Collaborative Cluster, the SHINE charity and The Walcott Foundation. The project is designed to support children in improving their literacy, numeracy and knowledge of the world in a creative way, while providing children with learning opportunities that are not always available at school.

At SHINE children learn in different ways, we are not a Saturday school, as a matter of fact our aim is to be very different from school! We put fun and engagement at the heart of learning and enhance learning by giving students different experiences which include visits to places in and outside of London. Children are selected by their school to attend the project and pupils are expected attend every week.

This project has been running for 4 years and it is primary aim is to improve the education outcomes for targeted students who attend the BLC primary schools. The project’s sponsors sponsor many similar projects across London and in the North of the country.

The children who are selected to attend the project benefit from learning about many different topics these include: Enchanted forests; Shakespeare and Elizabethan London; Worlds of Imagination; Fashion and more recently Dungeons and Dragons. The children have visited places such as Warwick Castle, The Globe theatre, Thorpe Park and  Stubbers  Adventure Centre, where they were taught archery and took part in a high rope challenge.

Tarrick Bartley, a SHINE student, had this to say about his time at SHINE.

“Activities at SHINE are messy and fun, we always have exciting stuff to do. I like it when we go out and when the teacher’s make us laugh. It’s not like school.”

Should you have any questions or need any further information about the project, please feel free to contact Lisa Bogle, Project Manager, on 07854350932

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http://www.shinetrust.org.uk

 

Shine report

 

See the SHINE Autumn 2014 Report

 


Prayer Events Prayer Events with Rev. Rosemarie Mallett
See the dates of the next Prayer Event...
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...Please share prayer points with us. Leave your prayers at the school office or with a member of staff in advance of the event.

Dates
Tuesday 3rd February - 9am - 9.10am
Tuesday 3rd March
Tuesday 12th May
Tuesday 2nd June
Tuesday 7th July


Nursery reading cafe Dates and details of forthcoming HSP Coffee Mornings
View dates and subjects for Home-school Partnership meetings...
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...Home-School Partnership Coffee Mornings Wednesdays 9-10.30am

Subject With who Date
Stress Busting Angela February 4th
Behaviour Angela March 4th
Reading and Writing Anna April 15th
Maths Anna May 6th
Routines and Time-Keeping Angela June 3rd
Play and Talk Karen and Anna July 1st

Coffee mornings for all parent's and carers of Reception year children.

We discuss children's learning and support to parent's for things around family life