The writer, Jeannette Winterson, once said “Books open doors to a whole new world”. We know exactly what she meant, but we decided to make
As you are aware at St Matthew’s Primary School we have children and families from across the world. This includes families from Ukraine. We would
Parents and carers may be aware that the government has agreed that children aged between 5 and 11 who are in a clinical risk group
As part of our celebrations for World Book Day on Thursday 3rd March, our lunches will have a special Roald Dahl theme, inspired by some
As you are aware, on 21st February 2022, the Government published a new plan for living with COVID-19. The plan outlined the next step of
We are pleased to support and promote this exciting new venture for our High Town community. Starting next Sunday 6th March, an Artisan Food Fair
Join in the fun this Easter at the SMASH ROADSHOW. The Easter SMASH Roadshow is a fun holiday provision for 8 to 11 year old children in Luton.
Have you booked your COVID-19 vaccination? Do you plan to attend one of Luton’s vaccination walk-up sites? Do you find the time and cost of travel
World Book Day is on Thursday 3rd March 2022. 2022 marks the 25th year of World Book Day and there are some exciting events planned
For the past few years, St Matthew’s Primary School has become known for raising amazing sums of money for local and national charities. Members of
Nest week is Children’s Mental Health Week. Our children will be involved in class activities focusing on this important theme.
We have reached the end of January without having to contend with too many frosty mornings … and no snowfalls. On days when there has
KEEPING OUR SCHOOL COMMUNITY SAFE Despite the current reports in the national press, and on TV and radio, of the Government’s “Plan B” restrictions being
Children love to socialise and, as they get older, they will want to stay in touch with their friends online. In this article, we look
We are pleased to be part of the High Town Window Advent Calendar community project for the second year. There are now twenty-four windows on
Christmas has been slowly creeping up on us and we get really festive from tomorrow. Tomorrow, Wednesday 15th December, weather permitting, will see our Key