Maths Workshop for Parents and Carers
Enabling Enterprise Week
Learning how to Skip
Celebrating World Book Day
Monsignor Bruce Kent
Monsignor Bruce Kent visited St Francis de Sales as part of the Tottenham University Project on Wednesday the 25th of April 2018.
"Bruce Kent is a British political activist and a former Roman Catholic priest. Active in the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, he was the organisation's general secretary from 1980 to 1985 and its chair from 1987 to 1990. He now holds the honorary title of vice-president. In 1960 he joined the Christian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, a specialist section of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament."
The event was attended 140 children from Tottenham University which included children.
Special Delivery - Baby chicks
Year 1 Phonic Workshop for Parents and Carers
Year 5 - Ancient Greece Day
Collaboration and Teamwork Display
Christmas at St Francis de Sales
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England v Germany
On Friday 10th November, the Year 6 children went to Tottenham Cemetery. At eleven o'clock they had a 2 minutes silence to remember all of the soldiers that had died to restore peace in our country.
Year 4 Egyptian Day
On Monday 16th October 2017 we were visited by British Political Journalists Andrew Pierce and Kevin Maguire. Our Year 6 and Tottenham University pupils were joined by students from Risley Avenue, Lancasterian, Devonshire Hill, St Pauls & All Hallows, Brooke House and Lea Valley to be part of a question and answer session about local, national and global political issues. The morning was a huge success, the children listened attentively to Andrew and Kevin and asked them some particularly interesting and challenging questions. Mr Maguire and Mr Pierce were hugely impressed with the way in which the children had prepared for the session and enjoyed discussing and debating ideas.
England v Slovenia
Now Press Play
Every child is given a pair of wireless headphones. Immersed in sound, they become the main character in a story, meeting people, discovering places and solving problems.
Celebrating National Poetry Day
with Joshua Seigal
No Pens Day