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Science Week, Summer 2018

We are delighted to be able to share this video, made as part of Year 3’s  Agar Art project in collaboration with Kings College, London.   Share thisFollow us

Year 5 Residential to Dorset

The children have arrived safely and are enjoying their first day, participating in team-building activities and meeting the animals at the farm.      Share thisFollow us

WEATHER UPDATE: Friday 2 March 2018

Because of the bad weather, the school will start at the later time of 9.30am to give everybody time to get to school safely. The doors will open at 8.45 as usual. After school clubs and childcare will not be

The Mog Chronicle, Issue # 10

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

JKPS Christmas Fair 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

The Mog Chronicle, Issue #9

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

Open days for the 2018 intake

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

Last chance to vote for a blue plaque for James Black

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

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

The Mog Chronicle, Issue #8

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

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