- The Mog Chronicle, Issue # 10 16 January 2018
A little late up on our site, but here’s the bumper Christmas and New Year edition of The Mog Chronicle published at the end of last term.
Lots of blue sky thinking for a grey December, and many great ideas of designs and developments that could change our world for the better.
Enjoy reading the Mog Chronicle and thank you as always for your support.Share thisFollow us
- JKPS Christmas Fair 2017 1 December 2017
All families, friends, and neighbours of Judith Kerr Primary School are warmly invited to this year’s Christmas Fair, which will take place in the school grounds from 1-4pm on Saturday 9 December 2017.
The Fair is being organised by the Friends of JKPS. There will be stalls selling hot and cold food, Glühwein and other drinks, and plenty of activities to entertain visitors of all ages.Share thisFollow us
- The Mog Chronicle, Issue #9 25 October 2017
Our citizen journalists are proud to present the first Mog Chronicle edition for this academic year.
This issue is a real ‘inside story’ to special places: from a submarine and a telescope to a stable and the most famous football stadiums… from a West End performance to a lecture at Imperial College…and the most wanted secondary schools… our keen reporters have managed to conquer even the …BBC News!
Enjoy reading the Mog Chronicle and thank you as always for your support.
Special thanks to Maria Athini for facilitating and to art director John Athymaritis.Share thisFollow us
- Open days for the 2018 intake 22 September 2017
We will hold open days at school for parents and carers who will be applying for their child(ren) to join Reception in September 2018 as follows:
Wednesday, 8 November 2017, at 5.45pm
Friday, 17 November, at 9.30am
These events will involve short talks by the Head of School and the Early Years Foundation Stage Lead, followed by a question-and-answer session with school staff and governors. Prospective parents are welcome at either session – no need to book.
We will also be offer pre-booked tours of the school on Wednesday, 22 November. Tours will start at 9.30am, 11am, and 1.30pm. If you wish to join one of these tours, please email Natasha at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place and help us manage numbers.
Remember – if you are interested in moving your child to Judith Kerr Primary School outside the admissions season or into a year other than Reception, please contact the school for information or to arrange a visit.Share thisFollow us
- Last chance to vote for a blue plaque for James Black 15 September 2017
If you haven’t already and would like to, please vote TODAY for James Black to be honoured at our school building with a Southwark Blue Plaque.
Full details here: http://www.jkps-cfbt.org/vote-for-a-blue-plaque-for-sir-james-black/Share thisFollow us
- Vote for a Blue Plaque for Sir James Black 31 August 2017
Sir James Black, who lived in Herne Hill, was a Nobel Prize winner whose work saved thousands of lives. For a time, he carried out his research in the building that is now Judith Kerr Primary School.
Sir James is one of seven nominees for this year’s edition of the Southwark Blue Plaques scheme, run by the Southwark News in association with Southwark Heritage Association, Southwark Council. He was nominated by the Friends of Judith Kerr Primary School.
The scheme has commemorated the great and good of our borough by awarding Blue Plaques to over 50 recipients since it began in 2013. It would be wonderful to celebrate a great scientist and a piece of our school building’s history with an official and visible recognition.
For more information, click here. To cast your vote before the September 15 deadline, email email@example.com stating “I would like to vote for Sir James Black for this year’s Southwark Blue Plaque scheme“.
Please link this item to as many people as you can. The nomination receiving the most votes wins!Share thisFollow us
- The Mog Chronicle, Issue #8 21 July 2017
Midsummer Madness! The final issue of The Mog Chronicle for 2016/17 is about some of the crazy things our primary school writers have seen and heard, from travel adventures and silly maths to people following their dreams against all the odds.
Well done to all our journalism club children and many congratulations on producing such good work.
As ever, thanks to Maria Athini for facilitating and John Athymaritis for the layout and design, and for making this club such a success over the last year.Share thisFollow us
- JPKS Sports Kit launched 5 July 2017
We’re delighted to have taken delivery of our new school sports kit. Earlier this year, we invited pupils to design a kit to represent Judith Kerr Primary School. We received many very creative entries, many picking up themes from our patron author’s work. In the end, the design submitted by Jonathan Hoffman was realised by Krusada Teamwear and unveiled at a school assembly last week. Based on the school’s blue colour, and naming the team “JKPS Tigers”, the new strip is a smart addition to the school’s identity.
Our Year 5 team gave JKPS Tigers their first outing in Peckham Rye Park on Tuesday.
Judith Kerr Primary School is grateful to the Kindergarten Forest Hill, which most generously sponsored the production of our new kit.Share thisFollow us
- Reading Challenge 20 June 2017
Well done to the children who have been reading regularly and have won our reading challenge. You only have 5 weeks left to earn your rewards!
So keep on reading!
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- Election Special 9 June 2017
The country needs leadership, and it’s here, at JKPS
After the general election, as the UK ponders the shape of its next government, we can be sure the future will be brighter should any of the Judith Kerr Primary School children choose a career in politics. In today’s assembly, we held an election special during which children from Year 2 to Year 5 argued why they would make a great prime minister. Massive congratulations to the following children for delivering their speeches in front of the school:
Year 2 Sufiyan
Year 3 Zarah E, Elena, Aalia, Oskar, Simi, Raynon, Nathan, Joshua, Amelie, Simi
Year 4 Lotta, Maya, John, Clara
Year 5 Jeta, Emil, Theo
Their priorities for making our country a fairer and happier place included: introducing more renewable energy; better funding for the education, health, police and fire services; reversing Brexit; promoting science; introducing a 4-day week in schools; more free school meals; reducing the voting age; opening libraries; and…. allowing fidgets in class!Share thisFollow us
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