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A very special message to all our pupils




The school is now fully open to all pupils.

Please follow the important instructions sent to all parents to keep everyone safe. Any relevant covid information can be found under the Covid-19 tab above.




For further advice and guidance please click on the link for the NHS website here


Please note all visitors to the school site must wear a face covering


Current advice:

To stay alert and keep 2m when out in public.  If you or a family member feels unwell and displays the symptoms then the family are to isolate for 14 days. The person unwell should have a Covid-19 test and alert the track and trace service with the details of all people you have been in contact with. Please alert the school immediately. 





Sport Relief

Today we supported 'Sport relief' and  held sports activities throughout the day.  The children enjoyed a varied timetable and had lots of fun taking part.  Thank you to everyone who supported the charity by purchasing a wrist band. 

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Science Week

We had a wonderful Science Day on the 10th March 2020 which took place right across the school from Reception to Year 6. There were lots of fun activities. This year we had parents and friends of the school come in to share their STEM professions with the children. There were some fascinating jobs ranging from Biochemists, Microbiologists, Stem cell transplantation researcher and even a Mclaren Engineer. Thank you to all of them for giving up their time, the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed it.

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World Book Day

This Friday we celebrated World book day and we gathered in the hall for Ms Williams' assembly on the importance of reading. All the children dressed as characters from the books they are reading in class and they all looked fantastic!

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Half term holiday club

Another successful half term for Camp Extreme. The children enjoyed a variety of different sports activities and were able to design how they wanted to spend their time in the holiday. Please click here to see some photos.


Year 2 - 1666 Day

On Tuesday Year 2 dressed up as people from 1666 and baked bread! They focused on their topic 'The Great fire of London' and had a wonderful time learning all about how life was during that time.  Click here to see some photos taken throughout the day.


Boccia competition

Last week some of our children took part in a boccia competition at Gearies school and we came joint second on points but the other team pipped us on goal difference. We finished third overall which was a great success and introduction to a new sport for the children. Click here to see some photos


Fire brigade visit

On Thursday 6th February we had a visit from the London Fire Brigade.  Year 2 had a lot of fun learning about the great work they do.  Click here to see some pictures.


Online Safety week

Online safety week starts on Tuesday 11th February. We shall be focusing on this throughout the week and we will also announce the winner of the Online Safety poster competition after half term during assembly.


On Thursday we were treated to a Chinese New Year assembly by the Poon family and some students.  The children had a wonderful time learning all about the meaning behind it and watching the 'Lion' dance.  We were blessed with good fortune and prosperity for the year.  Happy Chinese New Year everyone!


Trip to The BETT show

On Friday 24th January a group of us set off for the BETT show in London.  We had a fantastic time learning all about the future of I.T in education and all over the world!

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The Sun newspaper has teamed up with Collins Big Cat to give primary schools in England FREE BOOKS!

We need you to collect as many tokens as you can from the The Sun and The Sun on Sunday newspaper between

Saturday 23rd November 2019 and Saturday 18th January 2020.  Please return them to school by Monday 3rd February so that we can count them and send them off before the closing date. 

Our target is 3,500 tokens! We will then receive the books by March 2020.  The pack contains 105 fantastic free Collins Big Cat books - a mix of high quality fiction and inspiring non-fiction.  

Ask your friends and family to help collect the tokens!

Thank you all so much!


St Aidan's Catholic Primary Academy is governed by the Good Shepherd Trust.  The trust is a company limited by guarantee and is registered with Companies House under number 07696155.  Its registered office address is Aldborough Road South, Seven Kings, Iford, Essex, IG3 8EU.

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