On Wednesday 27th February we are launching our new TIMES TABLES ROCKSTARS programme. We are having a NON-UNIFORM FANCY DRESS day and the theme is … ROCK STARS!
FOLLOWING THEIR SUCCESS in the East of England table tennis finals in January in which they finished runners-up ahead of other schools from Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Leicestershire,
Today we officially launched our Macmillan fundraising drive! Over the coming weeks we will be raising money in various ways all culminating in a 173
500 Words is a short story-writing competition hosted by BBC Radio 2. It’s a great way to let your child’s imagination loose and hone their
Do you have questions about the SATs tests that your Year 6 child will be sitting this year? Ever wanted to know more about the Year
On Friday 8th February, we will be launching an exciting new fundraising campaign in support of MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT. This is a charity that is
Today, Sunday 27 January, is Holocaust Memorial Day. Inspired by what they have learned, two of our Year 4 pupils have written the following piece
We have made it past the milestone ofFIFTY MILLION WORDS. After another busy week of reading, our word count has risen by almost THREE AND HALF MILLION
Yesterday we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit Kenilworth Road and take part in an event all about Racism in sport and
On Saturday 19th January, our Girls Table Tennis team travelled with Mr Chaplen and Mr Horton up the country to Grantham in Lincolnshire for the Regional Zone
Last week we returned to the Genting Arena in Birmingham for Young Voices 2019. Young Voices make up the largest children’s choirs in the world.
Happy New Year from everyone at St Matthew’s Primary School. We hope you are enjoying the holiday and we look forward to seeing all of
We would like to wish everyone celebrating the festive season a very Happy Christmas. Enjoy this special time with your families and friends.
The pantomime season is fast approaching and again we have arranged a family pantomime. Gary Starr Productions will perform Peter Pan at 1pm on Saturday
Next Thursday 13th December, we would like everyone to come to school wearing Christmas jumpers, or Christmas-coloured clothes — reds, greens, whites, golds — the